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this year's mule deer buck

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wry

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It was cold! Below zero in Southwest Montana last week of season. I usually dress period, but chickened-out on this particular morning. Load: 90 grains 3f, .530 ball. pillow ticking patch. shot: 40-50 yards. A little too far back but the deer walked away about 10 yards and piled up.
 

Skychief

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wry, congratulations on a fine buck. Thanks for sharing it with us. Can you tell us more about your good looking rifle?

Best regards, Skychief.
 

hanshi

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That gives you a feeling you can't get with anything modern. Congratulations.
 

Spikebuck

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Shot looks pretty good to me! Congratulations...looks like an older buck. If you only showed the rack, I'd say it was a whitetail! The body and face are all muley, but definitely not a standard muley rack. Very nice! :thumb:
 

Critter Getter

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Nice buck and a beautiful rifle......please share more about your rifle!! Such a great feeling when everything comes together and a tag is filled! I commend you for taking the time to pose the deer for a great photograph that will be cherished for years. Congrats fellow deer warrior!! Greg
 

smo

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Congrats on a good buck and a nice looking rifle.
 

Turtle2

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Nice Job!! That's a nice big bodied buck that no doubt will fill the pan multiple times and taste great. Great Work!!
 

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