Actually only two of them were hunting, the other one was running the video camera.
The story unfolds like this.
We were about done antelope hunting
and we just needed to shoot one last one for meat. Now this should not be a hard chore to accomplish by three expert longrange hunters but as we shall see antelope are not always cooperative. We drove along the dirt road until we spotted two does and a buck. They were close to a fence line and about 100 yards over a rise, so we drove on past till we were out of sight and then parked the truck.
Cynthia got the 7 AM out and Phil got the range finder and binoculars and started for the top of the rise and the antelope would be about 100 yards on the other side of it.
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They reach the top of the rise and kneel down and Cynthia begins to get the rifle ready.
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Once the rifle has the bipod legs down and extended and the scope cover off and the action open, they decide it is time to see where the antelope are. SURPRISE, the antelope are not where we left them.!!! The antelope make a break for it and for some reason decide to run right past Cynthia and Phil along the fence line so I try to cut the antelope off by running toward the fence waving the camera around. In the last little part you will see the buck and two does running along the fence line just laughing like hell.
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DISCLAIMER: No antelope were hurt in the making of these videos.