Had some time to think about stuff due to recent medical stuff going on. We are (mostly)taught not to take headshots on deer due to the small brain size and the fact that deer move their heads a lot. This is sensible, I guess, but we are also taught to (mostly) only take headshots on squirrels. Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't a squirrel's head about the same size as a deer's brain, and I know that squirrels move a lot more than a deer's head does. I am not advocating headshooting deer, and I understand the size difference between a squirrel and .22lr vs a deer and most deer cartridges, I am just arguing the logic of it. Shouldn't any avid squirrel hunter be able to hit a deer in the head at reasonable ranges?