After all the talk on the "One Shot Mentality' thread, I figured I'd open up a new can of worms, 'Shot Placement' - In my opinion, a behind the front shoulder - elbow, double lung, is the best shot (shots) for just about any situation, except for charging bears, then you really don't have much of a choice on placement. If I can't get that shot, I will wait until I can, or let the animal walk. If you ever draw a bison permit this is the shot that will take them down the best. And it has worked well on numerous moose for me also, I have 'never' had a moose walk or run off after a good double lung shot in all my years of hunting, and yes I've had to take a follow up shot at times, just like most everyone else. I prefer to damage as little meat as possible, and would not go for the double front shoulder shot because of that reason.