This goes out to those hunting with rifles. I have been noticing a lot of technology readily becoming accessible to the hunting community that facilitates the taking of big game at ranges in excess of 600 yards. I also have seen more than normal a large amount of hunting videos running on TV that show these ranges as the norm. It is obvious that the technology (bullet drop compensators, range finders, ballistic computers, etc.) and the skill to use it exist, but at what point has the challenge of stalking been lost? Are we replacing hunting skills with marksmanship skills? I have noticed on the "first shot distance" thread that the majority have shot less than 300 yard, but is this the norm?
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