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    A couple of meat animals

    HartHunter2 and I took some nice meat animals a week or so back and spent Sunday doing the meat. Took mine from about 260m and HH2 took his from 320m so all worked out nice and easy. Working on the footage at the moment. I'll post up a link when it's on youtube. Excuse the broken snags, our 11 year old brother was having his first crack at doing em. Didn't do too bad though considering!

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    That's not Aussie mate, I don't see any fly's!
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    Nice, Jack!
    Yeah nah bro

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    As promised a terribly rough short video of the hunt.

    Jack Red Hind for youtube - YouTube
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    The Barnes are fantastic in 30cal on deer ay. Minimal meat damage yet still annihilate the vitals.
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    Brilliant Jack. With two brothers like HH2 and yourself to learn from, that young fellah will become a super slayer.
    It takes 43 muscle's to frown and 17 to smile, but only 3 for proper trigger pull.
    What more do we need? If we are above ground and breathing the rest is up to us!
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    Saw that on your fb, very cool. I look forward to seeing more videos.

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    Nice work on the snags whats your recipe?

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    Haha, the young fellah looks well happy with his job... not!
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    I didn't see a ridge its all flat
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dundee View Post
    I didn't see a ridge its all flat
    Does look that way from the snippet here haha, our hills aren't quite as big as yours though remember! I was going to do the full 6 minute clip but didnt wanna wait for hours while it uploaded to youtube and thought I should start keeping some footage for my vid ha




    Username - that was a dodgy mix, I left all my ingredients at home so had to scrounge through the old mans cupboards.
    There was venison, lamb and beef fat, hamburger mix, shallots, onion, Italian herbs, chilli, spring gully sauce, water, crushed pepper and a couple of other little spices and herbs that I scrounged up. Not sure how it'll go but shouldn't be too bad.

    Yes hoping so Rushy, he loves it and we've already got him shooting legal cals and can shoot out to about 250 m which is a lot better than I could do as a kid. Just sucks you can't shoot deer til 12 here or he'd have a few on the deck already! Seeing as I took my big stag this year I'm going to spend all available rut with him trying to get him his first deer I reckon.


    Cheers guys, I'll work on the other one we took from that weekend get that footage up.

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    That's a weird rule to shoot a deer you've gotta be over 12. Gun license restrictions make sense but to shoot a particular animal seems odd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phillipgr View Post
    That's a weird rule to shoot a deer you've gotta be over 12. Gun license restrictions make sense but to shoot a particular animal seems odd?
    Philip, it is Aussie. They invented odd.
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    It's all guns phil, can't get your junior license until you are 12. Every farm kid is shooting from the time they can walk really haha

 

 

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