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Old 12-11-2011, 06:43 PM   #1
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I killed a 5x1 last yr, muledeer buck a very heavy in mass on the 5 point side, with a 15 inch tall spike on the other, my wife killed a antalope this yr thats prongs were on the back of the horns not the front he is very cool lookin. I love mass an trash bucks tho, they just look awesome all funky horned

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I killed a 5x1 last yr, muledeer buck a very heavy in mass on the 5 point side, with a 15 inch tall spike on the other, my wife killed a antalope this yr thats prongs were on the back of the horns not the front he is very cool lookin. I love mass an trash bucks tho, they just look awesome all funky horned
I shot a buck that had a 8 inch spike on one side and an almost horizontal spike on the other side

Muliemaster, lucky guy you are, a wife into hunting ...trying to get my gf to like hunting, at least she likes shooting haha
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I shot a buck that had a 8 inch spike on one side and an almost horizontal spike on the other side

Muliemaster, lucky guy you are, a wife into hunting ...trying to get my gf to like hunting, at least she likes shooting haha
My wife is a serious hunter like me but this yr had to stay local, serious truck accident she broke her hip an left leg in 3 places so she didnt go with us for colorado an tex an wyoming, but she got a speed goat at the house
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My wife is a serious hunter like me but this yr had to stay local, serious truck accident she broke her hip an left leg in 3 places so she didnt go with us for colorado an tex an wyoming, but she got a speed goat at the house
Wow...how is she recovering? Hope she gets back hunting again soon
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Wow...how is she recovering? Hope she gets back hunting again soon
Long road she has 1 more sugery on her leg an she will be good to go which is good I was gone 8 weeks this yr huntin so it gets kinda lonely without momma but my daughter went for 3 weeks, so that was awesome
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does it have to be funny like that? It can't be funny like this? I told him to stop riding that thing around my yard.

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Mulie: Good father-daughter bonding time...my dad is a sucker for my sis let her take the first shot if she asks are you like that? or is it kinda competitive?

Trip286: thats not even funny, its scary imagine that in your room when your sleeping...staring down at you

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Screw you dude, now I aint gonna sleep for a week.

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Mulie: Good father-daughter bonding time...my dad is a sucker for my sis let her take the first shot if she asks are you like that? or is it kinda competitive?

Trip286: thats not even funny, its scary imagine that in your room when your sleeping...staring down at you
I have killed a good many elk deer an speed goats in my time so I give her the first shot just to watch her grow into a true hunter is worth any horns to me, plus it gives me a reason to buy all those non resident tags.
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