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Old 10-06-2013, 05:47 AM   #11
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What you guys need to know is I have seen dogs bigger than those little Roe deer they have in Germany, most of them don`t go much over a hundred pounds................

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Old 10-06-2013, 12:21 PM   #12
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I have seen dogs bigger than those little Roe deer they have in Germany...
Deer taste better.
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Nice shooting Jag. Here we call that a "button " buck. Food on the table is always a good thing.

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Good Blatt Schuss there. Wow, no more lead allowed in Germany? Man how times have changed. One poster asked what you're going to do with that Roe. I'm sure you have to buy it if you want to eat it.

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Good Blatt Schuss there. Wow, no more lead allowed in Germany? Man how times have changed. One poster asked what you're going to do with that Roe. I'm sure you have to buy it if you want to eat it.
Waidmannsdank. Yes, I paid a hunters fee for the buck. I can keep any trophy, liver, kidneys, heart and lungs for free. I give the heart to my Beagle (except for boar) and leave the lungs for the forest predators. I keep the liver and kidneys for myself. A good meal.
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I don't understand, you mean you can't keep what you kill? Why hunt? FRJ

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Good to hear your ontop of thing via culling.

Here in Australia the same thing is beginning to happen, more hinds esp need to be shot.

nice goin

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Waidmannsdank. Yes, I paid a hunters fee for the buck. I can keep any trophy, liver, kidneys, heart and lungs for free. I give the heart to my Beagle (except for boar) and leave the lungs for the forest predators. I keep the liver and kidneys for myself. A good meal.
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I don't understand, you mean you can't keep what you kill? Why hunt? FRJ
Yeah, same question, I am confused you get to hunt it then have to pay for
the meat on top of that? Or are you just referring to the butchering costs.
I butcher my own deer so no cost except the vacuum seal bags, equipment
which is already paid for and any seasonings, hog casings, curing salt, etc.
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The bird is a pheasant.

Yes, that is the entrance wound. I shot the buck with a .308 Win. round. I normally use 180 grain SP from S & B. We can not use lead ammo anymore, so I am buying reloaded ammo from my friend. He uses Barnes 130 grain X bullets. He has perfected his round for speed, accuracy and a flatter trajectory. Finally, a cartridge that can keep up with my skills. The round is awesome for large boar. The deer suffered no pain, it died before hitting the ground. The trauma from the bullet striking even broke one it's legs. I call it my perfect sniper round.
Although there is no lead ban in IL or WI yet. I am a big fan of the
Barnes bullets, great terminal ballistics.
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Yeah, same question, I am confused you get to hunt it then have to pay for
the meat on top of that? Or are you just referring to the butchering costs.
I butcher my own deer so no cost except the vacuum seal bags, equipment
which is already paid for and any seasonings, hog casings, curing salt, etc.
That is Germany for you. You pay for the meat after you shoot the animal. Unless you have a hunting lease for the Revier. Then you pay nothing but the annual cost of the lease. The price is minimal since you are the hunter though. You can butcher your own animal or have a butcher do it for you.
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