Charles Helm wrote:Each of the two older girls took one doe. The ranch has a variety of exotics, including the Scimitar-Horned Oryx, Fallow, Red Deer, Axis, Barasingha, and Blackbuck. Not to mention whitetail.
Seth wrote:What method was used in the take down?
dailydriver wrote:Seth wrote:What method was used in the take down?
That comment made me laugh Seth. You could just as easily have said "What weapon and tactics were employed to eliminate the threat"
That's big time lawyer talk. J.A.G Seth
4digr wrote:Good to see someone else bringing their girls up right. I have two of my own, one is 9 and the other is just turned 5. They have both been shooting a savage falling block .22 that I bought for the older when she was about 4. The older really likes prairie dog hunting already and as soon as she can buy a license we're going for the bigger stuff, she already (this year) has been out elk hunting with me and likes it. She can't shoot one yet but likes to see them and encourages me to shoot . I also have a Win. Model 70 Youth Ranger (not pre 64 ) in a .243 for them to start on the big game with. I'll probably start the older one shooting prairie dogs with it next summer.
Charles Helm wrote:Chipotle Jack sausage for dinner tonight...
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