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    Red for the Freezer

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    well done, jesus your a better man than me how far did you have to take it
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    Not too far man, my skinny legs didn't like it much at all!

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    never tried taking one out like that, i had a mate take out a sika stag that way one evening to be honest he made it look very hard work, i find it easier to drag em
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    Well done. That is a nice big hind.
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    It takes 43 muscle's to frown and 17 to smile, but only 3 for proper trigger pull.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Remington700.270 View Post
    Uphill?
    Uphill?

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    I will drag downhill but carry on a sidle or climes.
    But only if its not far!

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    fuck dragging thats hard work. less contact with the ground the better. expection on steep downhill though

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    Bit of water down there. What a beast.
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    Good on you knocking down some meals in origonal packaging.Have you or anyone on this forum tried those carry belts to bring out deer--if so are they better than Rem 700's pack method?
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    Hope your trucks parked close by!

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    Good work bro. I can't see that video, I think you must have the settings on so that just your friends can see it, there should be a settings button on the post that you can use to make the video public. Would love to see the footage.
    Yeah nah bro

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    Quote Originally Posted by phillipgr View Post
    Good work bro. I can't see that video, I think you must have the settings on so that just your friends can see it, there should be a settings button on the post that you can use to make the video public. Would love to see the footage.
    Or photo or whatever it is
    Yeah nah bro

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tararua Phil View Post
    Good on you knocking down some meals in origonal packaging.Have you or anyone on this forum tried those carry belts to bring out deer--if so are they better than Rem 700's pack method?
    my mate uses a kelty game hauler, i have seen him put up to 55 kilo on it and i used it once or twice myself great bit of kit

 

 

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