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  • 205 lb Stanly County 8

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    I am running for County Commissioner in Stanly County in 2012 and have not had many opportunities to get out with my Z7. On the afternoon of Sunday, Oct. 21st I took the time and went to one of my favorite stands overlooking a overgrown field. Shortly after 5:30 several deer passed through, including a beautiful 2 1/2 7 point and a few other 1 1/2 bucks. At 6:10 the 7 point returned and began feeding on browse 10 yards out. He heard movement behind me and decided it was time for him to leave! Shortly after this 205 lb. 8 point, 12 inch G2s stepped out behind a doe and offered a slight quartering to shot at 15 yards. Z7, Mayhem carbon and 100 gr. Muzzy entered behind right shoulder and exited opposite side at last rib. Deer ran about 40 yards before crashing! All in all, a prefect ending to a beautiful day in God's Country! We are BLESSED to live in the USA and particularly North Carolina!
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    buck
    Nice buck,congrats.
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    AWESOME!!
    Tracy you are so right about living in the US and NC!! WE just don't understand how good we have it sometimes....

    Anyways, that is a bull of a buck man...His neck is huge!! Sounds like a great spot man...You can't ask for a better shot with the stick and string...Congrats again man and good luck running for a commissioner seat...
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    Congrats
    Man congrats on a great buck....not only is his neck fat but his checks too....lol! Big old deer!
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    What a brute!
    Not bad for a politician. J/K. Great job! Congrats! I'm glad you were able to find time to get out there and arrow 1 of the finest animals God has made and yes, we are blessed!
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    Great job
    Awesome deer and awesome story! You are correct also God is good.
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    Beast
    That is a big'ol boy there! Nice size for NC. We are starting to put up some real trophies in NC over the past few years. Best of luck to you. GOD bless the USA!
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    Cow of a Deer
    Take your finger and cover the antlers, looks like a cow! Thank goodness for good friends that helped me load him! Couldn't have done it alone!
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    Nice One
    Congrats Tracey. That is a wonderful buck and great story. G Luck in the race to
    CREEK
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