...but not for lack of opportunity. In the 7 days I spent in the woods, I saw easily upward of 100 deer and could have taken more shots than I can even recall. The more memorable opportunities were the two bucks that walked directly in front of me at about 15yds...but one was a spike, and the other was a 4pt who was coming along nicely. They were standing directly behind a medium-sized doe who ran out totally unaware of my presence and stopped directly in front of me. I passed on all three. Then last night, another medium-small doe walked out broadside at about 20yds, and I passed.. She gave me another perfect opportunity later, but I passed again. Or the doe who literally almost walked into me, then hopped a few yards and stopped broadside...too small. Or the small doe who ran past me at about 15yds, then stopped in a clearing to sniff noses with a buck through the line fence. I could have killed either of those, but the doe was small and the buck wasn't much and, more importantly, he would have been a totally illegal kill. Though the doe was perfectly legal and nobody would have been the wiser had I killed the buck, I wasn't even tempted enough to draw up on either one. I did draw up on several, though.. It's not an "analysis-paralysis" or freak-out situation...I see so many deer that it's not really a heart-racing, adrenaline pumping experience to be able to draw up, pull the hammer back, and take aim. I did all that several times over, but always decided against the harvest of the animal. Part of me says I'm too conscientious, but another part says there's no such thing as being too conscientious. There are too many killers and shooters in the woods, imo.. I try to be a hunter. Am I overthinking it?