LRH Team Member
- Dec 20, 2008
- Great Falls, MT
Sometimes even when the "NUT" behind the trigger manages a well placed shot and the bullet performs as advertised, sometimes the game might just expires differently. Murphy is an equal opportunity fellow and does not discriminate.Aw come on, so my deer from few years ago that required a second shot because the first one was inches behind the shoulder and missed the lungs was not the Partition bullet's fault, dang, I guess I am to blame for that Lol.
Great point sir, many blame the bullet instead of shot placement, they hit the animal in a bad place and it's the bullets fault. Like @FEENIX always says, the nut behind the gun is what matters most.
One needs to pull the thumb and not point the finger at the rifle or bullet, otherwise we won't learn.
"One needs to pull the thumb and not point the finger at the rifle or bullet, otherwise we won't learn" is a true statement.