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Old 10-16-2010, 11:20 AM
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Points on the board.
This morning was opening day in GA and I managed to shoot some meat for my empty freezer. I sat till 10:00am without seeing anything more then a hindend disappearing into the brush. So I get out of the stand and walk down the shooting lane a ways to trim a couple limbs that were in the way before I leave for the day. I lean my rifle against a tree and use my mono pod to get hold of a branch over my head unsucessfully for a minute. I look down the shooting land and though the waist high grass and weeds I see what looks like ears about 130 yards away. I drop my mono pod walk over the get my gun, pick my mono pod back up let it out all the way and take about a minute of moving back and forth till I foung a good window to send the bullet though. At the shot my 130gr TTSX put her down.
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Old 10-16-2010, 11:38 AM
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Originally Posted by RugerM77.270
Points on the board.
This morning was opening day in GA and I managed to shoot some meat for my empty freezer. I sat till 10:00am without seeing anything more then a hindend disappearing into the brush. So I get out of the stand and walk down the shooting lane a ways to trim a couple limbs that were in the way before I leave for the day. I lean my rifle against a tree and use my mono pod to get hold of a branch over my head unsucessfully for a minute. I look down the shooting land and though the waist high grass and weeds I see what looks like ears about 130 yards away. I drop my mono pod walk over the get my gun, pick my mono pod back up let it out all the way and take about a minute of moving back and forth till I foung a good window to send the bullet though. At the shot my 130gr TTSX put her down.

nice job, was she bleedin out her twat?
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Old 10-16-2010, 01:29 PM
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Put it in the high shoulders and punched the lungs also. Blood just got all over her when I was moving het around.
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Old 10-16-2010, 03:00 PM
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Originally Posted by RugerM77.270
Put it in the high shoulders and punched the lungs also. Blood just got all over her when I was moving het around.
i was askin if she was bleeding for the rut, not from the shot?
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Old 10-16-2010, 04:59 PM
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Rut won't hit her till after Thanksgiving.
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Old 10-18-2010, 06:04 PM
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Originally Posted by RugerM77.270
Points on the board.
This morning was opening day in GA and I managed to shoot some meat for my empty freezer. I sat till 10:00am without seeing anything more then a hindend disappearing into the brush. So I get out of the stand and walk down the shooting lane a ways to trim a couple limbs that were in the way before I leave for the day. I lean my rifle against a tree and use my mono pod to get hold of a branch over my head unsucessfully for a minute. I look down the shooting land and though the waist high grass and weeds I see what looks like ears about 130 yards away. I drop my mono pod walk over the get my gun, pick my mono pod back up let it out all the way and take about a minute of moving back and forth till I foung a good window to send the bullet though. At the shot my 130gr TTSX put her down.
Way to go RugerM77.270! Way to put points on the board and meat in the freezer! Nice Nanny
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Old 10-18-2010, 06:07 PM
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Originally Posted by halfbakedi420
nice job, was she bleedin out her twat?
Way to put things as eloquently as ever halfbaked!
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Old 10-20-2010, 08:55 PM
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nice job ruger
my grandson and i got skunked this past weekend
i think it was to warm all the deer were hiding from the heat
we did see this guy on sunday

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Old 10-29-2010, 01:07 PM
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going out again this weekend and try to get a doe or two
it's the second management hunt the grandson and I are doing
hopefully with the cooler weather they'll be moving a bit more and we can at least get him one.

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Old 11-07-2010, 02:27 PM
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Hey guys, MO rifle season is starting next weekend. Dad and I are heading out Friday morning to put up a stand and come Saturday morning, it is on! A cold front is moving in Thursday which should get the rut kicked off very nicely. Wish me luck!
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