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Old 12-25-2008, 09:26 AM
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Muley through my Nightforce and Others from Spotter

I took this on my friends ranch in Montana this year. I saw dick's photo of the Bighorn and it enspired me to post this. It was only 3 or 400 yards but a decent muley, and I decided to let him walk, he needed time to grow.

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Old 12-25-2008, 02:18 PM
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Re: Muley through my Nightforce

Great picture of a nice mulie. Thanks for posting it.
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Broz,

Thanks for posting. I enjoyed that photo.
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Re: Muley through my Nightforce

Broz,

Thanks for posting.

That was a great shot.

Nice that it was through a Nightforce also.

I don't think I wudda passed on that one.The years have been pretty lean around here.
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Old 12-25-2008, 11:29 PM
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Re: Muley through my Nightforce

Hi Broz,

Nice photo,

What sort of camera did you take the photo with?
It looks like you just held up a digital camera against the lens is that right?

I might give that a try myself!

I hunted up in New Mexico a few years ago and saw 18 mule deer does but no bucks. I sure would have taken that buck.
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Re: Muley through my Nightforce

That pic is so good Nightforce should use it for advertising. It's not easy to take a picture through a scope.
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Old 12-26-2008, 08:30 PM
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Re: Muley through my Nightforce

Glad you all like it. I took it with a Sony I bought at Walmart. Just watched on the view finder till it looked good. I take pics the same way through my spotter, you just need to move it ever so slightly till you get a full pic. That was a nice Montana buck for the area I was hunting. I thought it was a bigger deer I had been watching when I noticed it was not him. I let him walk and shot his slightly bigger brother the next day. I have some pics I will post of him when I get home (on the road right now).

Thanks

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