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orchidman wrote: »
Congratulations. That would have to be the easiest hunt you have had for a while. Good hustle my friend.
Love the last 2 pics of the blood trail.............even a blind man could follow that.
( Waitspatientlyforaninvitationtoabacksteakdinner.................just kidding)
Six-Gun wrote: »
Thanks, Robin! When I get down to TN, I'll give that Tip curtis gun a try. It's not legal for PA, but it will be down there.
HAWKEN wrote: »
OK, I forgot that you had it made in .36.............robin
Six-Gun wrote: »
I see cpj giggling...which reminds me: I forgot to share a funny story related to this hunt.
As a lover of all things that make life easier in the field, I've become a big fan of the Butt Out rectum removal tool. I first thought it was a gimmick, but after seeing a friend get the...butt...out...of a deer in record time, I was sold! It takes the normally annoying and time consuming task of rectum removal down to an extremely fast - literally sub-10 second - exercise in easy field work. It's not much bigger than a field knife, so it's pretty pack-friendly.
Well, something was not going right for me this time. I pushed the Butt Out into the deer, but was immediately hung up on bone and couldn't insert it any further. Hmmm. That's strange. I fought and fought with it to no avail. The thing wouldn't go in far enough to grab enough tissue to get the job done. Then I looked a little more closely and realized what was wrong.
Wrong hole. That hasn't happened since high school :tooth:
I promptly put the tool in the correct place and went on about my business.
Varmintmist wrote: »
Perhaps, not enough time spent at home??
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