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The deer I shot this evening..........

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by cubancigar2000, Nov 3, 2009.

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  1. cubancigar2000

    cubancigar2000 Well-Known Member

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  2. handlepuller

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    Cool pics. That dog is excited!!
     
  3. wireguy

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    My dogs would give my left................well, let's see, gotta have both arms to shoot, can't walk the fields with one leg, I guess it will have to be my left.........anyway, they'd LOVE to have that pond. Man it is DRY in San Diego County.
     
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    Rick, I enjoy your pictures.

    Thanks.

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  5. Steve W

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    Rick, I thought I'll see your famous "Not that expensive" Winchester in the picture. :) Nice shots.
     
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    Steve W.: Did you really think I would use my "hog gun" on anything but a hog??? Yikes!! Vern: No conflict between the wild hogs and the deer. I make it TOUGH on the hogs and EASY of the deer. Jeff: What a great photo taken with your "stealth-cam". Thank you for putting in my post...ALIVE... Rick ~~~Texas
     
  8. dverna

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    I have no desire to shoot one. Seems almost too easy.

    Too much work for this old body after the "hunting" is done and the animal needs to be cleaned, carried out, butchered, and packaged for freezing.

    I do love seeing them. Thanks for the photos - of the live ones.

    The dead one didn't look that impressive to me, but I am sure it will be good eating.

    Don Verna
     
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