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Old 11-19-2012, 12:15 AM   #101
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Here is a few pics from two different duck hunts near Dallas, TX...


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Old 11-19-2012, 12:36 AM   #102
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Spring time present. Fortunately i listened to him gobble on roost for about forty five minutes, then he flew down in front of me about twenty yrds out. I was video taping the hunt so i was trying to wait for him to strut for the camera, but he was more interested in a hen down a little farther away that had been talking dirty to him on roost! My benelli 12ga. got his attention though! As my hero Eddie Salter would say, he can ride in my truck!!!

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These are not mine. I am not a hunter yet, just recently got back into firearms since my father passed away but my father in law is a big hunter. The pic of the two does one is my father in laws and my wifes cousin. The two spikes in the picture one was shot by her uncle and one by her cousins and the doe was shot by my wifes uncles friend. Sorry if this is a confusing post.... All where shot Hesperia, Michigan at my father in laws cabin.

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sat, nov 17th. opening day of rifle,shotgun. took my brother in law with me. hes never hunted before, and wanted to learn about it. this buck came in across our trail but didnt seem to care about us. wasnt going to shoot at first but then decided he had a big enough body if i got the chance i would. he worked from my right shoulder around towards the front of me. when he went behind a tree i raised my rifle and prepared to aim. but he was still off my right shoulder alittle so it was very hard to turn twist, and hold my rifle off center to my right. he stepped out through the scope i saw his head, then neck, next step was shoulder, he took one more step with his left leg and BANG as the cross hairs drifted across the heart, lungs. turned the top of his heart, and one lung into jello. the cool thing is i was in the same stand, about the same time of morning, using the same rifle as my last deer... and when i shot he was about 10 yards fromwhere i shot the last deer.. same opening and all.

sucky part is, the next day i had to sit and watch nice 5 point, slightly bigger body walk by me... only had doe tags left

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sat, nov 17th. opening day of rifle,shotgun. took my brother in law with me. hes never hunted before, and wanted to learn about it. this buck came in across our trail but didnt seem to care about us. wasnt going to shoot at first but then decided he had a big enough body if i got the chance i would. he worked from my right shoulder around towards the front of me. when he went behind a tree i raised my rifle and prepared to aim. but he was still off my right shoulder alittle so it was very hard to turn twist, and hold my rifle off center to my right. he stepped out through the scope i saw, next step was shoulder, he took one more step with his left leg and BANG. as the cross hairs drifted across the heart lungs. tourned the top of his heart, and one lung into jello. the cool thing is i was in the same stand, about the same time of morning, using the same rifle as my last deer... and when i shot he was about 10 yards fromwhere i shot the last deer.. same opening and all.

sucky part is, the next day i had to sit and watch nice 5 point, slightly bigger body walk by me... only had doe tags left
That's the way it usually happens.
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A friend and I took these over the weekend here in WI.

Mine is the 5 point, 70 yards quartering away, 270 140 grain Accubond, entered just behind left shoulder, exited right side of its neck. Deer bolted about 40 yards then keeled over.

My friends is the fork horn, only one antler. A 2 point. He was shooting a 270 with core lokts. He hit the deer high in the flank, ruined the tenderloins. The deer ran towards me and I finished it off.

Should be some good eatin'.

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A friend and I took these over the weekend here in WI.

Mine is the 5 point, 70 yards quartering away, 270 140 grain Accubond, entered just behind left shoulder, exited right side of its neck. Deer bolted about 40 yards then keeled over.

My friends is the fork horn, only one antler. A 2 point. He was shooting a 270 with core lokts. He hit the deer high in the flank, ruined the tenderloins. The deer ran towards me and I finished it off.

Should be some good eatin'.
If he had hit w a real bullet instead of a damn Ban Lokt it probably would have killed it quick
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A friend and I took these over the weekend here in WI.

Mine is the 5 point, 70 yards quartering away, 270 140 grain Accubond, entered just behind left shoulder, exited right side of its neck. Deer bolted about 40 yards then keeled over.

My friends is the fork horn, only one antler. A 2 point. He was shooting a 270 with core lokts. He hit the deer high in the flank, ruined the tenderloins. The deer ran towards me and I finished it off.

Should be some good eatin'.
seems your aim is better than your friends. lol.. hope i get a few more chances to add a doe to the freezer.
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Here is a couple of deer my nephew and I took this morning in West Texas.



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