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Fue un socio de Coto Las Barancas de Castillejo de la Sierra durante los 90's.

La caza en Cuenca es la leche.
 
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Oh I am so looking forward to your input. It’s mostly yanks on this forum with some Canuck’s and a Aussie or two, got a few Brits. And a Scandinavian that I know of. It will be such a pleasure to hear from your experiences

AND Canadians! To the OP, Welcome from East Anglia, UK. we don't hunt deer with our muzzleloaders here, but that's a touchy issue for us.
 
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Cunucks used to be an American slang for Canadians, like Aussie or yank

Well, you'll have excuse me on that one,Sir. I prefer to be polite about the names we give people here. I've always called Americans of the USA 'Americans'.

Asking my wife about it, she's heard 'Canucks' every now and then, but never 'Cunucks'.
 

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