One glance at the buck's antlers was all it took for Drew to draw back his bow and let out a bleat to stop the deer dead in his tracks. Looking up, the buck had its front leg slightly pulled back, covering its vitals. To compensate, Drew aimed a little higher to slip an arrow behind the shoulder, but the shot was not ideal. The buck took a few steps forward before stopping in a second shooting window. Without hesitation, Drew nocked a second arrow and drew back as the buck stood at a slight quartering away angle. The second shot hit its mark and the buck took off. After a 40-yard run, the buck crashed.