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Postby schultz's honor » Wed Sep 24, 2008 9:39 am

I worked with a guy years ago that said that a deer was not sufficiently aged until it turned black.
"Oh give me the grace to catch a fish so big
that even I, when talking about it afterward
may have no need to lie"
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Postby terryg » Wed Sep 24, 2008 12:27 pm

question for you terry- was that a misprint- you took out the bottom of the heart and double lunged that whitetail

that is a black tail (look at his horns)and technically it was the back of the heart and the front of each lung but it got all 3. the heart was what put him down.

that was a 7mm rem mag with 165 gr partition, my favorite round. put a little finger size entry and exit wound but did a tremendous amount of damage to the vitals from the weight retention and speed at such a close range.

although it was only a tiny exit, the ribs around the hole were shredded in an area the size of my palm. :wink:

he ran full bore about 30-40 yards and folded like a silk hanky :lol:
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Postby JC » Fri Sep 26, 2008 9:27 am

thanks- thought by the horns and such it wasn't a whitetail

bottom of the heart I consider a near miss- tough to convince some not to shoot at the heart

and you're right- 7mm rem mag is a powerfull weapon- and accurate- bad medicine
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