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2007 Antelope and Elk

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Unread 11-16-2007, 02:38 PM
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Don't worry about the blood. I guess some people forget that the blood is part of the event and forget about the animal being dead.

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    Thanks for the link Slopeshunter.
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    but my first goal was to shoot an antelope out beyond 600 yards and I achieved that goal.
    As a person who sets goals myself, I congratulate you on achieveing yours. That is a very nice shot.

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    so that the picture is more presentable. I will do that next time,
    That is funny but so very real. Lot more to being a member of this forum than just knowing how to pull a trigger.
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    Great stories. Thanks!

    In reference to a way to pack your rifle. You might consider the Kifaru Gun Bearer. It can be attached to most packs and it's only a few bucks. My brother purchased one this year and put it on his Lowe Alpine pack for elk hunting and says it's just night and day in terms of how comfortable it is to carry a gun that way. I've had the Kifaru Long Hunter Hauler pack for several years on which the Gun Bearer comes standard. You would have to haul me kicking and screaming to go back to a shoulder sling. So much less overall effort and so much more comfortable to deal with the Gun Bearer. I believe that it is faster and quieter to get the rifle onto your shoulder this way as well. Check it out at kifaru.net.
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    congrats on everything. it's very rewording when all of the work and effort finally pay off.
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