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    Quote Originally Posted by Burma View Post
    Why thank you! lol Get yourself into the caption cometition.
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    Bullseye you probably have a point but we have had very little activitiy from the anti's recently as Rob, Beretta and Barny have done a great job of kicking them out straight away! keep up the good works chaps!
    True, we have more mods on hand! But I've come to the point now, if they don't like what they seeing then don't come here!

    But this photo upload is a great tool!!! pictures are a 1000 words
    If you can't buy one, nor import one, then your only option is to manufacturer one! :) BULLSEYE

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    Quote Originally Posted by BULLSEYE View Post
    I don't mind it, but would this bring more anti's on here if they saw that picture....
    Not the kind of Fox hunting they have in mind, I guess ;-)

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    More of a test picture really of my Springer dolly cross trying to be a gun dog.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BULLSEYE View Post
    I don't mind it, but would this bring more anti's on here if they saw that picture....
    It's a shooting forum. Let's not be embarrassed about what we do. Anyway, I don't see my picture to be any different to those staged animal poses moon pig sell as greeting cards.
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    Not a bad try then. Nice pic. I've missed not haveing had snow this winter. Always makes for a more scenic picture opportunity.
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    My son's first deer, with Lee-Enfield and my daughter's first Ruffed Grouse with .410

    My kids several years ago.


    100_1889.jpgJake's buck.jpg
    Drink your Ovaltine kid!

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    Good for them, I can see they are proud and rightly so.
    Just a little concerned about how the young lady is holding the gun to her face bless her.
    Empty or not.....always muzzle awareness.
    If you do that when empty it makes it too easy to do when loaded.
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    I have a photo, from the early 1920's I've posted on other forums and thought it may be of interest here as well. The people in the photo are Joe and Betty Wendle who resided in Barkerville, in the British Columbia Canada central interior. Mrs. Wendle was well known in that area for her forte of hunting Grizzly Bear, using a model 99 Savage in 22 Savage High Power!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by telesquirt View Post
    My kids several years ago.


    100_1889.jpgJake's buck.jpg
    Did he really pull the trigger on that Lee Enfield ?

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    Lol! yep he sure did, he was 12 at the time, first year with his apprentice hunting license.
    He had shot that rifle quite a bit at the range and dropped that buck ( 11 points ) with one shot at 130 yards from a solid rest.
    The best part was the wrestling match between this buck and a large 8 point that we had a front row seat to from the blind a few minutes before.
    It was a great way to start his big game hunting, but I think he has some work cut out to try and top this first hunt!
    Drink your Ovaltine kid!

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