Yesterday AM I was on the way to the range to meet some friends for a long range shooting session. About a mile off the highway, I saw a doe on the left side of the road. Suddenly, I saw a flash of "something" on my right, then a sudden violent impact, and my wheels running over something. Yep, another very small deer bolted from cover, right into the right side of my front bumper. I was driving my jeep wrangler which has a 6" lift and steel tube bumpers (luckily), so no vehicle damage. And I ran it over. Needless to say, it was stone dead. The rear quarters were destroyed and the intestines were hanging out, stomach ruptured, etc. The front half was intact. I felt bad about it, but accidents happen. (I would have felt a lot worse if I had been on my Harley or driving my wife's VW Jetta). I decided that since it was already dead, there was no sense in wasting it, so I extracted the small backstraps until I got to the exposed digestive parts and took the front shoulders as well, and drug the remainder into the woodline. Waste not, want not, right? Glad I keep 2 sharp knives in my jeep. Then I put the meat on ice and headed to the range. Not much to show, but still enough for a meal or 2. As far as the law in Fl, I was supposed to inform FWC of the incident if they wanted to inspect the animal. Of course, I didn't know this at the time, and could not have done it anyway due to no cell service in the area. So who else salvages road kill?