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Unread 02-28-2011, 07:32 PM
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Long Time Long Ranger: Please relay my congratulations on to your son.
Good job for the both of you.
I have to ask regarding the photo - is that the spot where the Antelope fell?
The reason I ask is because it seems awfully "woodsy" or "brushy" there to be Antelope habitat?
Was that Antelope harvested in Wyoming?
Hard to fake a smile like that one!
Many happy returns of the day to both of you!
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    Unread 03-07-2011, 09:49 PM
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    Re: My Son's 2010 Pronghorn

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    Recover a Barnes bullet? C'mon man! I think I saw it kick up dust about a 1000 yards out there between two more antelope. Seriously, I wish I could recover one sometime to see if they look like they are suppose to. The animals insides are always mush so I assume they are doing there job.
    About 15 years ago, I recovered a 115 gr Barnes X bullet from a Mule Deer that I shot with a 25-06. It had a portion of one petal missing. Other than that, it looked just like the pictures. The bullet entered behind the right front leg and I found it underneath the skin on the left side of the neck a few inches behind the head. The deer never moved after it was hit.
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    Thanks Edd, I never can get one to stick so I can find it.

    VarmintGuy, The picture was taken in some sagebrush beside my house. He shot him about five minutes down the road. Yes, we are in Wyoming and have antelope running all over the place just out of town. Heck, in town sometimes. Finding a good one is the problem. I think my son got a good one after we picked over a few. He was happy anyway and that is all that matters to me. I love to hunt antelope, plenty of them to keep everybody excited.

    Thanks all, my son and I appreciates it.
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    Congrats LTLR, My son same thing this year,smaller goat, its great our boys are same age it looks like, keep up the tradition. Same for 257 also
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    That's a great buck! He should be proud. Tell him Congrats!
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    Great to get the kids involved. My son out shoots me now and the only recorse I have is that I tought him.
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    Re: My Son's 2010 Pronghorn

    I don't think any of my personal trophies gave the satisfaction that helping/watching a young person get started in this sport has. Thanks for the picture
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