I think a thread a few months ago discussed guides following-up their clients' shots with their own to quickly and safely kill the animal. This type of action by a guide is legal and also part of their responsibility to quickly dispatch the animal and ensure it is recoverable--not to mention that sometimes it is for the safety of all involved.
My question is what about when 2 hunters are afield together, neither one a guide--is the situation any different? For example, if one hunter has the sole tag for an animal and shoots the animal first can the other also shoot to anchor the animal before it escapes into the brush/over the mountain, into an unrecoverable spot?
And if the answer it no in this scenario, would it change when a resident is "guiding" a relative within 2nd degree of kinship?
Thanx for you thoughts and opinions on this topic.