I just had a group of 3 young doe come walking through. One of them couldn't use its front left leg. It looked like it was broken previously and grew back incorrectly. I had no intentions of harvesting a doe this morning but do have available tags. She was probably 15 yards from me for a brief amount of time and I know I could have dropped here easily with my .270. As I debated whether or not it was an ethical responsibility to harvest her she started walking off with the other two. If I would have had my bow, I know I would have tried to get a shot, but chose not to with the gun. I am interested in hearing what others think about harvesting injured deer. What do you think the ethical decision is? Side note: I do believe it is the responsible decision to harvest a deer that has serious injuries. That's not the debate. I am talking about minor injuries that although are not life threatening, are life altering for the animal.