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    Smile Posting photos

    Hello again, I'm woundering what is the best method to post photos.

    Cheers Rob

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    Hi rob270 if you have them saved too your computer click on the (insert image) icon above your message on the tool bar and you should be able too upload them on here.
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    Click on insert image

    then click select files (Should be from your computer not URL)

    Pick a photo or hold down ctrl button and click a few to add more than one

    Click upload images
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    If its guns, tits or tyres it's going to cost you lots of money

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    Having trouble also tried but picture file is to big mb wise how can i change that.Warning im a computer retard as well.

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    Thanks thats much easier that uploading to photo bucket etc
    "Hunting and fishing" fucking over licenced firearms owners since ages ago.

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    Thanks for the info I'll HAVE A CRACK AT IT TODAY.

    Cheers Rob

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    Quote Originally Posted by veitnamcam View Post
    Is that how you 'roar' a deer...I've been doing it wrong for years...does the finger need to be fully inserted?

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    I think he is using the wrong finger!!

    Testing photo hopefully this works.

    Cheers Rob
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    Theres no stopping me now!!!

    Some photos of some Chital in Central Qld. Hope you like them.

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    Heli Pig Dogging/ a couple of nice chital.

    It is a new thing in Central QLD. I must really get a life.

    Cheers Rob
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    Those deer shots are stunning Rob!
    She loves the free fresh wind in her hair; Life without care. She's broke but it's oke; that's why the lady is a tramp.

    Rule 4: Identify your target beyond all doubt

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    Nice Axis.
    Are they all that style of antler? taller and narrow, rather than heart shaped?

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    A very good friend of mine hunts the chital in Central Qld and is quite good at it, and has a trophies of some of the best I have seen from this area (unlike me I'm just a hack at it), and in this area that is pretty well much the antler style. We have had a couple of great seasons with rain and the quality has certainly improved.

    Cheers Rob

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    Cool
    When I was hunting them in Texas there was 2 obviosuly different bloodlines - the tall narrow straight and the heart shaped.
    They kept them isolated to stop interbreeding

 

 

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