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    Quote Originally Posted by Max Headroom View Post
    I think it can safely be said that drugs were involved.
    That's where you are wrong....it is not two stuffed animals, is actually pressed cocaine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Preacher View Post
    That's where you are wrong....it is not two stuffed animals, is actually pressed cocaine.
    Cocaine pressed up nostrils?

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    No they literally make things out of cocaine , treated pressed into moulds to try circumvent customs. Think Mother Mary statue from Mexico.

    Although whoever crafted that gem was probably pretty much cooked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Micky Duck View Post
    I was expecting to see an O Rouke special.....a hare with young chammy horns in place. definately a pronghorn antelope. introduced to the USA and they took quite nicely...its a wonder/pity they were not let go in Mackenzie country or on dessert road..
    Nope, they weren't introduced to the USA, they are native to North America.
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    South Dakota, November 2003
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cigar View Post
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    Guy at works hunted them,they call them stinkelopes ,smell and taste bad ,but cunning and fast as.

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    Americans make big budget promotional videos for howa and weatherby where they go out west and "hunt" these things by setting themselves up a nice bench rest table 7 meters from the road
    #27GANG

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    How much did he want for it? I've never seen any taxidermy animals yet in May antique shops

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    Have shot one(1)....fast on the open ground...hard to get close to,.....get used to a lot of crawling when trying to stalk......windy Wyoming



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    Common in Nth America. The reason they invented the 25-06.
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    Yeah mate..I can attest to that.....all trophy wall hangers really


    Quote Originally Posted by NRT View Post
    Guy at works hunted them,they call them stinkelopes ,smell and taste bad ,but cunning and fast as.

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    Bit like the buck rabbits around here very elusive and hard to kill unless an experienced hunter is behind a trusty .22 Stirling.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Russian 22. View Post
    How much did he want for it? I've never seen any taxidermy animals yet in May antique shops
    I didnt ask, but shall return, just for you
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    The Americans call them "speedgoats".
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    Every time I see one of these it reminds me of "No Country for Old Men" (the move). Lewellyn goes out shooting Pronghorn and ends up with a shit ton of Mexican drug money and a lot of trouble.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pengy View Post
    I didnt ask, but shall return, just for you
    Any news?

    Quote Originally Posted by kiwijames View Post
    Every time I see one of these it reminds me of "No Country for Old Men" (the move). Lewellyn goes out shooting Pronghorn and ends up with a shit ton of Mexican drug money and a lot of trouble.
    I see you have good taste. What a great movie it was. Lots of twists and turns.

 

 

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