I don't believe that's the case. Hard cast rounds, if it's on me... it's blowing the throat, skull, organs in it's chest, etc. Not shooting for muscle mass... though to each his t her own.More like the size of a baseball. Good luck with that, Quickdraw!
If not on me and s/he doesn't seem to care much for the orange haze, I'll aim for placing rounds @ 10 yards and less.
as MTLab shared, I train a lot as well and it's to each person to consider their comfort with the gun.
No. Get to work... get it done. The griz won't be silent if/when s/he approaches. You'll hear his guttural sound box and such. Fire always helps. Of course always check surroundings. Doesn't mean be obvious.So let’s say you’ve got an elk down in sketch grizz country with 2+ people.
Is there any benefit to appointing 1 guy as lookout and just having him sit on the rifle while you do the gutting and gilling?
(Edit: phone changed the word, "obvious": oblivious was the intended word)