With bows crossing the 300 fps mark, and inline muzzle loaders reaching 200 yards plus, and more states are including crossbows in there bow season. Electronic calls, custom seeds and food plots, GPS, sprays,scents, specailized camo,range finders,....ect.. Hunting has really changed and advanced in the last 10 to 15 years. Is there a line we are crossing where we are not giving the game we hunt a fair chance. Where is the fair chase of shooting a deer with muzzleloader at 200 yard in a primitive season? Or using a cross bow to hit at fifty plus yards during bow season. Are we going to be shooting deer at 1500 yards with a muzzle loading super charge x-ray flint lock laser gun, while sitting at the coffee table in the middle of the living room and calling it fair chase? Where and how do we draw the line on all the techno gizmos we use to shoot deer? When does fair chase turn lopsided or is it already there?