The pic just above me..with the cow feeding to the right, wow that's a good one. We need to be not looking so much at the shoulder, but more at the relationship between the brisket and the end of the animal. That's how you tell where the good stuff is. The shoulder moves with two radiuses even! The brisket never moves. Think about it.
I always get a kick out of guys saying stuff like " Dag gumm er, I put dat sucker right behind the shoulda. We looked and looked but neva found him"
Not to make fun of anyone's accent BTW... But if I were to... I would make fun of the type of guuber that makes rokslide home, it would go something like this....
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Well gee Larry, I cannot believe things have worked out this way. You see I have been reading techniques used by those highly educated twats on rokslide for many months. In fact I just studied how an interesting thread about the complicity of storing toilet paper in one's rucksack. According to their highly knowledgeable and mostly compostable thoughts, I should be able to wear the kuiu gear and be invisible to all living creatures. It cannot be our fault in any way possible that my shot just behind the shoulder failed. I am a perfect hunter, follow all the rules and have absolutely no common sense. This animal did not play by the rules and therefore his suffering has no bearing on me.
But enough of laughing.. hehe.... After a couple decades of shooting deer, and I'm well over a thousand by now......the place to aim is not just simply behind the shoulder.... But instead it is 1/4 to 1/5 of the distance from the brisket to the ass on the OPPOSING side of the animal. If you get that right..you'll be notching tags.