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Semisane 01-26-2009 03:42 PM

Entrance/Exit Wound Pictures
 
An 84 yard broadside hit on a 100 lb. doe isn't much of a challenge for any bullet, but here are the results with a 300gr Gold Dot @ around 1650 fps mv.


ENTRANCE EXIT



Old/New 01-26-2009 04:28 PM

RE: Entrance/Exit Wound Pictures
 
Apparently the GD did the job. 100lb doe or not.

oldsmellhound 01-26-2009 05:01 PM

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Looks like perfect bullet performance - who can ask for more?

cayugad 01-26-2009 05:05 PM

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That is about all you can ask out of a bullet...

stretch56 01-27-2009 05:52 AM

RE: Entrance/Exit Wound Pictures
 
love them Gold Dots
2008 was my first season to use them very happy with them

Chasam60 01-27-2009 09:43 AM

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What do those deer eat down there? She looks kind of lean.No body fat?

Charlie

Semisane 01-27-2009 10:30 AM

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Quote:

What do those deer eat down there? She looks kind of lean.No body fat?
There are a couple of reasons for that Chasam. She was taken from an area with miles of Pine tree plantation - no soybeans, corn or other agriculture around. Plus, while our deer typically develop some body fat along the top of the back and inside the body cavity along the backbone,they don't need a lot of fat to carry them through the winter like Northern deer do. They can move and feed throughout the winter. There's still a good bitof green in the woods around here- mostly yapon, greenbrier, common brier, honeysuckle, hardwood seedlings, etc.

Here's a picture of one of my small wheat/oat/clover food plots taken on 1/25/09.It's a littly blurry, but you can see the green.




dakine999 01-27-2009 10:42 AM

RE: Entrance/Exit Wound Pictures
 
Nice plot. I guess your ready for spring turkey! :)

Chasam60 01-27-2009 06:50 PM

RE: Entrance/Exit Wound Pictures
 
Semi-Our deer are having a tough time right now.We had an ice storm a few weeks ago followed by snow. Temps mid 20's to below zero for last couple weeks.Deer in my yard every night eating the shrubs.Good thing is we had a bumper mast crop last year and the deer were very fat in November.

Charlie

hunting junkie 01-28-2009 06:10 AM

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good report



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