He started across the field towards my direction but not real close. I almost blew it taking these pics, and was desperately trying to put down the camera and move my bow into position. Ranging a couple yards in front of his path with the Bushnell Sport yielded a distance of 30 yards. I hooked up my Truball Copperhead, putting the Hogg-It 30 yard pin on his chest, I made a grunt noise with my mouth stopping him long enough to send the Magnus Buzzcut tipped Beman MFX on its way. What looked like a good hit had him run back into the trees, but he didn't look quite as chipper has he had when he came out. Gapping his mouth was an indication that he wasn't getting enough air into his lungs, meaning it looked like a good hit. I gave him two hours before going in. He ended up only about 100 yards from the shot.