I had an odd experience today. I was at Tri-County on the 200/300 yard range by myself. I had been shooting my .270 for about an hour. I was working on some different positions for deer season. Just as I was about to pull the trigger, I caught movement on the edge of the my scope. I held up and sure enough, there was a doe and a fawn walking and browsing across the range. It took them about 5 minutes to move off right into the brush. I shot a couple of times and here they came again and walked totally unconcerned back out onto the range. Then back in the brush. A few more shots and here they came running like they were being chased, stopped 2/3's of the way across and started to browse. I finally took a water break and they left. All the other ranges were in action and it sounded like a war zone. They couldn't have been less concerned. We need to be careful at Tri-County. Had they been running the first time I probably would have shot the doe. I have no idea what would have happened. Who would believe it was an accident? Fun to watch.