Eleven-year-old Adam Kimble of Louisiana was hunting with his dad Toby during a cold spell the Monday before and had an exciting encounter. Toby describes the action: "At 5:40 p.m., Adam says, 'Look, Dad, there's a good buck!' It was cloudy and cold from the Arctic blast, and he was feeding in a plot with a doe. I glassed him and told Adam that it's a wide 8-pointer, and to use my rifle because it has better optics. He was pumped because it's a cannon, a Weatherby 30-378 magnum. I told him to get ready for the buck to turn. As I watched in my binoculars, the buck turned and I told him 'Take him." Well, he had never shot my rifle and he was scared it would kick him, but with muzzle brake, it's sweet. He finally figured the safety out and popped him. I watched the buck kick, and said 'You nailed him!' It was getting dark so I only waited 5 minutes and told him if the buck went far we would wait till morning, but as we walked 100 of the 180 yards I saw a white belly, It was a perfect shot through ribs."