I had a 6th grade teacher that was a groundhog nut. Not what you would think, his trusty GHog gun was a Win 1890 in 22wrf. He grew up on a farm and that rifle had been passed down throw the family. He made a big deal out of hacking on guys who had to have HV & scopes. The following summer he was setting with his back against a fence post watching a freshly cut hay field. Behind him was some scrub brush and the county road was 50yds above him. He was shot by some road hunters with a HV rifle. The fence post saved his life because bullet came apart before it hit him. He had extensive operations and missed 2 years of teaching and had problems the rest of his life. He never hunted again. The person who shot him was never found. They left the scene and teacher had to crawl over 50yds to the road and lay there until a passer by saw him. I have no sympathy for guys that cry when they get busted for shooting from the road. I was 12 when that happened and I will never forget it. You don't shoot at things you can't see or where there is no backstop for the shot.