One of the Ranch managers I hunt for let's me take one deer per year. However I have to shoot one of his ranch hands a Doe first. The particular property is only 300 acres or so and just the one ranch hand takes care of it for the most part. While I hunt pigs on this place 4-6 times a month, it's never during the day. Lucky for me the ranch hand gave me the all the info I needed on the daytime deer movement. So I set up under a big oak tree looking across a big open bottom. Wind is blowing fromfthe south. Just like clockwork I see a small group of Doe walking along a small tank. I quickly realized I should have set up in a different location. Oh well, I range the creep feeder at 240 yards. The Doe I shoot is past that, I figured at least a 250 yard shot. It was now or never I adjust my scope to 250 yards, put the cross hairs on the her neck. I'm standing up shooting off a tripod got just a tad bit if wobble. Too much for me to take a high next shot, so I switch to a low neck shot just in front of the shoulder. I squeeze the trigger and the 180gr Sierra gameking stikes home. Only missed my point of aim by about an inch and a half. The Doe dropped in her tracks with a puff of hair flying in the air. The other Doe in the group jump but only go 10 yards or so. My Savage model 10 FCP-SR with suppressor is really quite. One even walked back to check on her. At this point I'm thinking I'll get a Doe for myself too. The Doe I pick out is now about 275 yards out. As I'm getting ready for the shot I see a couple bucks in the background. I wait, but they head stick to the tree line as they until they suddenly dash across the bottom clearly. Too far and moving to fast for me. I didn't want to take the chance on a 450 yard shot on a moving buck.