So... I've always hunted bear with a gun and shot just tucked behind the shoulder like I would a whitetail and they never made it more than 10 yards. My brother is going to hunt with a compound bow, so potentially a different outcome. I've seen vitals diagrams showing the lungs further back on bear. Basically just forward of center between hind legs and front legs. But then again I've seen recommendations here saying to wait until the front leg is forward because their vitals are further forward than a whitetail... So what's the real deal? Where is the "sweet spot" for a double lung shot on a black bear?