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A little good, common sense advice! (hopefully)

Old 11-26-2006, 06:46 PM
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Default RE: A little good, common sense advice! (hopefully)

Thats just it. You have got to have common sense about when to shoot, and when to swallow that pride and not shoot. One thing that I really dislike having to do is trying to find a wounded deer. Nowdays the places that I am able to hunt on have private property on either sides of them and the last thing that I want to have to do is knock on somebodies door and ask if I can walk thier property to see if I can locate the deer that I wounded taking a pot shot. Now I know that this happens even with a close up shot from time to time, and even the best of the best have it happen from time to time, but you know what I mean, using good judgement really limits the chances of having a wounded deer running on you. This has beena good topic, even if I dont fully agree with a 30/30 not being a good beginners gun. I feel that it is the perfect beginner gun if given some time to get used to it, but that can be said about any gun.
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