I don't care what they do but I have no desire to kill more than one per day,let a lone level two at the same time.
Agreed. I've never done it in PA but I have on drive hunts in Germany, where they come along with a tractor or truck to pick them up, and they only weigh 30-40 lbs anyway.
When my son was 14, he shot a doe on the first day. After he tagged it and I gutted it then hung it up in a nearby tree, I told him make sure the next one is a buck. Not five minutes and without saying a word, he shoots again. We were standing facing opposite directions. I spun around the tree with a What the heck? look, while he's just grinning. We then walked over to find his first buck, a small 5 point.
I was thrilled for him....until I thought about the work that lay ahead! We got the buck tagged and gutted, then started down the mountain with both deer to the path that runs out the hollow. Just as we get down to the path, here comes my brother with a deer! Now we have three deer, and a mile+ to the truck. This day's getting better. I sent my brother to the truck to grab the deer cart. When he got back we mistakenly tried to get all three tied on to it. The path is an old, overgrown log skidder trail that gets rougher to walk each year without hauling deer along. We didn't get but a hundred yards or so before the cart broke. I rigged it back up so it could handle one of the deer. The kid took the cart and my brother and I each a deer. Then at home I had three deer to butcher!
That is enough reason to think shooting two at a time in the areas I hunt in PA is not such a wise idea. That was in 2001 when I was still mid-30s. Today it just seems like a completely ridiculous idea.
Of course, if I'm in an area with a short downhill drag, I'd probably consider it.