Being just a hair off of your aiming point can/will result in a miss, or worse, a severely wounded animal. It's a small target with an even smaller positive kill spot. The head also moves around a lot. Harder to be precise.I am new to wanting to hunt and have been studying how to hunt ETHICALLY. I want the meat and want to target large bodied animals. I want to save as much meat as possible, and am thinking head and neck shots will do that, best. Everyone I watch says those shots are unethical, but never give a reason. I see it as the most ethical shot possible, as the animal dies quickly. So, what an I not seeing?