Lately I’ve been thinking about the direction I want to take my hunting, while I love hunting moose and caribou etc, I’ve found my real passion is sheep hunting. Looking at my available resources, it seems like now is the time to start thinking long term about completing the grand slam (dall sheep, desert bighorn, Rocky Mountain bighorn and stone sheep) as well as hopefully doing some overseas hunts in the next ~ 5 years hopefully for Marco Polo argali I. Tajikistan or Kyrgistan and hopefully New Zealand for chamois and tahr. At this point, I know what equipment works for me and what dosent and I know how to train for these hunts but I’m feeling like it’s time to really start stepping up my shooting game, mainly in regards to steep uphill and downhill shots as well as awkward field positions. In the past I’ve missed shots like these and they have almost cost me a kill, hunting Dall sheep in Alaska, missing and losing and animal would be disappointing, missing. Bighorn in Wyoming or Montana and going home empty handed would be brutal after getting a tag but missing a stone or a Marco Polo could potentially be a lost 20,000 dollars. I’d like to minimize this risk as best as I can. Can anybody reccomend websites, books, videos, YouTube stuff to really look into this in depth? With Dall season approaching I’ve been pushing the recovery on my ankle hard, hiking with a pack and shooting but only out to ~ 300yds at a range. I’m also wondering if it’s time to step away from the 308 that I usually go with and start looking at something a bit more “modern” for lack of better words, maybe a 6.5cm or a 6.5-300wby, ideally I’d like to be very confident at any angle out to 500yds.