Heath Helgert of Victor, Montana was hunting with his girlfriend Nikki when they spotted this buck. Nikki nearly had a shot but when it went out of her effective range with a rifle, Heath decided to take the shot.
Heath said he felt good about the shot and for tagging the buck but bad for Nikki because he really wanted her to get one.
It takes a resposible hunter to know her abilities and limitations. It was a good decision to hold off on the shot and working as a team these two hunters were able to find success. Congrats.
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