Reminds me of a story I heard where a Mexican with a ragged out win 30-30 was riding with a bunch of paid hunters on a ranch in South Texas and they were talking about getting some camp meat for their extended stay and about that time two does ran across the dirt road behind the truck and while moving the Mexican threw up the beat up Win 94 and Bam, Bam both deer fell. The hunters thought this was the best shooting they had ever seen so when back in camp they nailed a target up on a fence post and ask the Mexican to show them how to shoot as well as he did on the does expecting to see a bullseye the Mexican missed the target twice with the old 30-30 showing that it was pure luck that he had hit the does. I have shot at quite a few running deer in my life and killed some and missed some and never took any credit for the ones I killed, just figured I was lucky. A deer running flat out spooked in the woods especially is not a shot I would bet the farm on. I have not had a running shot opportunity in several years but I really do not think I would take it if offered anymore.