Nothing super special that would require me posting pics like you guys when you get a nice buck or whatnot. But either way, I've been posting here about my trials on my squirrel hunts and how the woods seem to be dry on game lately (which I'm wondering if the droughts are to blame.) but anywho. Finally got a nice fat gray squirrel this afternoon. Drilled him with a 40grain .22LR that was not a HP so I wouldn't destroy the meat. Upon skinning and gutting, I was able to see the wound which was a through and through that severed the spine in the neck. I'm guessing he was dead before he hit the ground. The shot was about 40yards with my scope set on 4x. Another fun part of this was that my dad showed me how to skin and gut him just as his father taught him, and his father taught him. I did it all but he guided me through it. Went from being oddly disgusting to being a hunk of dinner in my hands lol. Either way, he's soaking in salt water in the fridge to be fried tomorrow for dinner.