This is actually a pet peeve of mine, PHs who are trigger happy! Maybe we are only able to see how prevalent this is now that we live in a new media world but it seems to me that there are an awful lot of Professional Hunters who are too eager to pull the trigger as a "backup shot" immediately after their client's first shot has been made which is completely uncalled for and in my eyes unethical. It just seems to me that a PH is there as a back up shot if the shit hits the fan, he is not there to make the kill shot to save time if the animal was just wounded and had to be tracked or to fulfill his own desire to hunt. I actually overheard a young PH bragging about the number of Leopards that he took last season, he said "out of six Leopards that my clients took 4 of them were mine"... If I hunted with a PH who did that, I personally would be pissed off, feel cheated and as if the animal was not even taken by me and the trophy not even mine. It would rob me of the satisfaction of the hunt to have my PH shoot my trophy for me. I have posted a video example of exactly what I am talking about. Am I the only one who sees this going on? I would really like to hear from other members about this phenomenon.