I just finished watching The Bucks of Tecomate on VS tv. They were putting drives and opening up on the deer as they run by. They all had semi-autos. Nobody took just one shot, most were three or more. If you can't take the animal with the firs shot, maybe you should rethink your sporting choice. I hear it every year from my stand. 3, 4, 5 and even 6 shots as fast as they can pull the trigger. You can't tell me that they aimed all of them. Worst yet, you can't tell me that they knew what was behind the deer for every shot. I will not shoot at a running deer. I see too many injured deer. I prefer to wait for them to stop and take the long shot. That's why I sight my gun in at 150 yds and know where it will hit for as far as I can see from my stands. I have not lost an animal since I was a kid.