Again, it seems you have not read what the hunter actually posted below in the comment section on YouTube.
There was not 2 wounding shots.
The first shot was a hit (Please read his comments for complete clarity), notice how he backs up after the first shot.
The second shot was a miss. He took the second shot because the animal was still moving, but he wasn't down-Shot right behind him.
Third shot was a hit-shot him in the head intentionally.
I was shooting in the video that was the kill at 309 yards. I had to go forward further for a clear shot. I would have been very comfortable with the distance twice that far in good conditions.
This one was at 350 yards and I am in a sitting position with a 14" specialty pistol in 308 using factory TAP ammo. Giving my friend a hard time since it was his gun and I am not a fan of the 308 for LR. He is giving me a hard time because I actually used a 308. He was also teasing me in the 309 kill since I was using a rifle. I don't use a rifle a lot for LR.
308 MOA Maximum Doe Antelope 350 yards - YouTube
When I practice with my specialty handguns, I typically start practicing at 500 yards on 12" steel.
Originally Posted by Frank Whiton
Sorry, two wounding shots and a third killing shot is not success.
When the hunter got closer for the second hunt at 318 yards there was a clean kill. That is success.