If they (“cyberspace expert hunters”) would just "go away" one could:
1. "blast away" at 300 plus yard at sheep (no need to to develop skills necessary to get closer - sheep "hunters" don't see a decrease in accuracy with distance - of course they are the only group that does not)
2. just shoot - the animal is pretty close - probably will make it legally
3. "blast away" then glass the area from camp to see if anything was hit
4. not worry about conforming with the regs (they are pretty complicated) and really, who has the "time" to read them anyway?
What I have not seen from the “cyberspace expert hunters” are comments like "did you wipe the mother's milk off its lips before taking the picture?", or, was the "sow sitting off a 100 yards and shedding tears as you skinned out that "dink"?, or that moose rack will look great in your 5x7 bathroom with the six foot ceiling . Certainly the vast majority of the comments I've read have referenced regulation issues and ethical issues directly associated with a resource concern.