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    Quote Originally Posted by Moa Hunter View Post
    Very pretty country in all your photos with those deciduous tree lines / woods. Do Fallow eat the acorns and Beech nuts ? The ones you shoot always look fat

    PS that scungy sling detracts from your beautiful rifle stock - Nigelloh
    Yeah they eat a few. But to many acorns can poison them.
    Numbers are high. Still need to knock quite a few over. Just starting to see regrowth in the understory.
    But fat they are hereís a pricket. Name:  15186627-D637-4F26-9CD3-075134FC5426.jpeg
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    Note how all the growth goes into there body and not antlers here.
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    Fairly common for this area.
    As for the sling. Itís the only one that doesnít slip of my shoulder. Which was a right pain.
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    C over these ways a spiker with that sort of length would have the potential to grow into something big

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    Fat little fallows there.tasty i bet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sideshow View Post
    Yeah they eat a few. But to many acorns can poison them.
    Numbers are high. Still need to knock quite a few over. Just starting to see regrowth in the understory.
    But fat they are here’s a pricket. Attachment 211302
    Note how all the growth goes into there body and not antlers here.
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    Fairly common for this area.
    As for the sling. It’s the only one that doesn’t slip of my shoulder. Which was a right pain.
    Shit he is a fat bastard, fat as a seal. Here is a link to the slings: https://www.niggeloh.de/en/rifle-slings.html
    I have four of the standard type slings. The 'Loden' would look good on your CF2, but never having had one I cant say if it has the same stretch and anti bounce shock absorbing that makes the standard one so good. I put the forward end of the sling on the barrel 'Safari Style' which lowers the centre of gravity, brings the gun closer and makes a heavy rifle like a CF2 light

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahr View Post
    My Fallow head from last year drying at the Taxidermist. Will get it in a couple of weeks. DS242

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    @Tahr that’s a beauty
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    Quote Originally Posted by 57jl View Post
    do those critters bite they look like vampires
    Hey back on page 18 you asked if they bite. @57jl
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Size:  2.51 MB Mates dog tonight.
    Young pup. Ripped up by a buck today. The old boy found the doe hart shot ran 30 yards but the young falla found the buck. In some brambles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sideshow View Post
    Hey back on page 18 you asked if they bite. @57jl
    Attachment 212046Attachment 212047 Mates dog tonight.
    Young pup. Ripped up by a buck today. The old boy found the doe hart shot ran 30 yards but the young falla found the buck. In some brambles.
    sh**t looks like they bite alright vet will be loving you
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sideshow View Post
    Hey back on page 18 you asked if they bite. @57jl
    Attachment 212046Attachment 212047 Mates dog tonight.
    Young pup. Ripped up by a buck today. The old boy found the doe hart shot ran 30 yards but the young falla found the buck. In some brambles.
    sh**t looks like they bite alright vet will be loving you

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    This years roar went well for me, Tararua doc land stag.Name:  B224B419-611E-4F58-BEC6-E857D9C105B5.jpeg
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maxyboy View Post
    This years roar went well for me, Tararua doc land stag.Attachment 212104
    Went very well Id say


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    That's a real cracker love the shape well done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maxyboy View Post
    This years roar went well for me, Tararua doc land stag.Attachment 212104
    I hope that is going on the wall?

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    Yes absolutely! Hopefully getting it back in the near future from the taxidermist!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sideshow View Post
    Hey back on page 18 you asked if they bite. @57jl
    Attachment 212046Attachment 212047 Mates dog tonight.
    Young pup. Ripped up by a buck today. The old boy found the doe hart shot ran 30 yards but the young falla found the buck. In some brambles.
    hope dog is OK long term....looks like a fine specimen of an animal....might just make it a trifle cautious in future which could be a good thing.
    75/15/10 black powder matters

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    Thats one buitifull stag there Maxyboy,its gota go on the wall.
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