Glen Senske, of Blue Hill Township near Princeton Minnesota, initially didn't plan to make much of the 2010 hunting season after a doctor told him he would not be able to hunt this year. Senske has hunted for 27 years and apparently was not about to let an injury slow him down, so he rigged up a 410 shotgun for this hunting season. The Princeton Union Eagle  has a more detailed story about Glen and his buck.
Senske decided to risk less injury when he went out during the start of the firearms season by taking along a 410. gauge shotgun, a much lighter and smaller gun than the 12 gauge he would have normally used. The 410 has a much less noticeable kick against the shoulder.
Angela [Glen's wife] noted that some of Glen’s friends had joked to him before the season that he would never kill a deer with the 410 shotgun because they figured it was too small. “Now they want to borrow the gun,” she said.
There is a larger photo of Glen with his buck here .