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Deer Kicks Hunters A$$ After 2 Well Placed 270's

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by KBintheSLC, Dec 2, 2008.

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  1. KBintheSLC

    KBintheSLC Member

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    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2008/12/02/deer-gets-revenge-after-h_n_147839.html

     
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  2. Wonder9

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    Apparently, they weren't well placed.
     
  3. cdiaz6000

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    damn... that sucks.
     
  4. Deer Hunter

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    My thoughts exactly.

    I've heard many stories involving deer that faint, then wake up later when the hunter tries to mess around with it.
     
  5. Dr. Tad Hussein Winslow

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    Ouch! Least he's ok really. The one deer I killed this year, on the 23rd Nov, was a pretty nice buck. Like a dumbbutt, I went right up to it and grabbed it's horns and it started squirming and tried to get up. Had to deliver 2 more quick shots to the neck. Note to self: Be more careful next time.
     
  6. Geno

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    I nearly got run-down by a buck this season. It was frightening. I posted the event in the hunting section.

    Doc2005
     
  7. RyanM

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    A deer hit my dad's car quite awhile back. Yes, you're always supposed to tell the insurance company that the deer hit you, but this one really did. Charged his driver's side door while he was going about 25, and, put a 4" deep dent in it with her (no antler marks on anything, so I assume it was a doe) head! Then ran off, unharmed.

    Animals are a lot tougher than people.
     
  8. The Deer Hunter

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    I have to say, they must have been very poorly placed shots. Getting shot pretty much anywhere with a high powered rifle usually means death.
     
  9. gvnwst

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    Ooo.... ouch. This is almost funny though. I think this guy needs marksminshop training.
     
  10. Matrix187

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    Whenever I shoot a buck with my rifle I always walk up to the deer cautiously with my glock loaded, and shoot it once in the neck area.
     
  11. Korbin

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    You're supposed to wait half an hour after you shoot it before you approach it. That way they have time to bleed out.
     
  13. jpwilly

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    Did any of you read the comments? Ha ha. You just knew the anti hunting, anti gun, & vegetarians would show up and blather on. Some of these senseless idiots even wished it had been the hunters last day.
     
  14. hiker44

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    Watched a TV hunting show with this dude from the US hunting in Africa. He shot a warthog and the guide wanted to go get it right then. The hunter dude -- decked out in full camo and a 5 inch brim black cowboy hat -- told them it was best to wait until morning. Morning comes and they go out to the spot and all that is left of the warthog was bones. I guess he forgot there's big animals that eat other animals in Africa. So much for the "wait half an hour" stuff -- at least in Africa. LOL
     
  15. KINGMAX

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    S&w 686-1

    That is why I approach any downed deer w/ my S&W 686-1 in .357 aimed at the back of the skull and neck.
     
  16. High Planes Drifter

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    .30-06 FTW !!!
























    (throws the stinkbomb and scuttles off):neener:
     
  17. hankdatank1362

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    Hey Shawnee, where's your mighty .270 now?!?!?!?!







    Ahhh, I'm just kidding. This goofball hunter probably gutshot the deer with thte first round, and missed entirely with the second.
     
  18. Still 2 Many Choices!?

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    "A hunter bagged a big buck on the second day of FIREARMS SEASON" ***!!??
    A guy over in general pointed this out. See hunters, they want YOUR guns too! LOL.

    Still 2 Many Choices!?
     
  19. longdayjake

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    I was thinking the same thing. In his defense Shawnee likes other guns too. But don't ask him about the .25-06.
     
  20. paintballdude902

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    2 threads already in the hunting section
     
  21. jerry46

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    There was a story going around when I was growing up in Pennsylvania about a guy that shot a nice buck. As he walked up to the buck, he decided that the antlers would make a nice rifle rack. So, he straightened the head, layed his rifle across it, and then stepped back a short distance to see how it looked. You guessed it. The buck jumped up and ran off with his rifle.
     
  22. MD_Willington

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    A guy I know shot a deer with a .243... man did he run afterwards... the guy.. not the deer. LOL

    The buck chased him all the way to his car out on a logging road and decided to use his car door as a target.
     
  23. monkyboy1975

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    There was a story going around when I was growing up in Pennsylvania about a guy that shot a nice buck. As he walked up to the buck, he decided that the antlers would make a nice rifle rack. So, he straightened the head, layed his rifle across it, and then stepped back a short distance to see how it looked. You guessed it. The buck jumped up and ran off with his rifle.

    Thats a classic. I remember hearing the same story growing up.
     
  24. Kind of Blued

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    Having grown up near Sedalia, that's friggin' hilarious. :D
     
  25. Navy_Guns

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    What caliber for ZOMBIE DEER?

    Obviously not a .270 :neener:
     
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