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  • He has killed his share of deer for his age[13]but this is his best one.Shot facing us at 80 yards just before dark.He hit him in the base of neck. I was really worried about him cutting him down one side or the other,but he hit his mark.The time with a scoped .22 rifle has made him a confident shooter.The deer was shot with a.270 Savage.The first one we have owned and it will print for the money.I am impressed by their accuracy.

    December 06, 2009 at 8:36pm

    Creek, the forget part is 100% correct thank you for noticing that and bringing that to light.

    December 04, 2009 at 10:43pm

    Hey the kid screwed up. Shall we chop his head off at the stump. I manage five farms{family land}I am no stranger to this type of situation.Weather its someone you know or not it happens. This type of thing happens every season, this is one we know about.FORGIVE AND FORGET... Teach our young hunters the right way, thats all we can do.I sometimes think we as adults, and hunting shows included, talk about the TROPHY to much.It puts alot of pressure on people to do something that would not otherwise do to make other people think highly of them.We as a hunting community need to take all the time we can with the younger generation to teach them the right way.My elders did so with me.I have did this with my kids.By the way I do not anyone involved in this situation,I live 75 + miles away N.C V.A boarder hunter.

    December 04, 2009 at 9:00pm
    A comment titled: Seths big 8 pointer in response to a report titled: Seths big 8 pointer

    Seth my son and I would like to tell you what a great job you did.We hope you have many more seasons like this one.I can say that Seth`s father and grandfather started him out in the right direction.I think you will be a very sucessfull young man.Sounds like you have great people in your life.

    December 07, 2009 at 7:14pm
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