When we examined the bull, I found that my first shot took him about a third of the way up the shoulder, in line with the front leg. The second hit him a bit higher in the other shoulder. The entrance from the first bullet and the exit from the second were about 6 inches apart. I credit my shooting to your instruction followed by a good deal of serious practice. You taught me what to expect and how to handle it. All I had to do was keep my head and not do something stupid. The four months of prep I put in before the hunt was invaluable when it was “now or never” time. Simply typing “thank you” doesn’t express the depth of my gratitude, but know that I’m truly thankful for the role you played in getting me a buff.