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#6518374 - 10/30/16 12:32 PM Your favorite deer stuff post ever?
REALKILLER Offline
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All the cool and not so cool post. Whats your favorite. ?
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Had to go at the sportin goods store. There was pee all over seat. Cleaned it with wad of TP. Applied TP for protection from nasty seat. Turned to sit down. The sensor flushed and the powerful vaccume force inhaled my TP. Not fun.

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#6519217 - 10/31/16 02:07 AM Re: Your favorite deer stuff post ever? [Re: REALKILLER]
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We threw two bucks on the roof two years ago and drove to town. We had to stop since folks wanted pictures of such awesome specimens grin The good ole days. Blood makes it hard to see driving.

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#6519603 - 10/31/16 10:14 AM Re: Your favorite deer stuff post ever? [Re: REALKILLER]
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Those were the not so liberal good ol days for sure. Out of high school me and a friend carried 3 bucks back from south texas in the cab of a 79 Datsun 210 all the way to the pineywoods. Even totaled out the front end on the way home by hitting a doe at about 75 mph. I took the passanger seat out of that car just to haul a deer. My friend laid on top of the deer all the way home. Now thats a trip to remember.
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Had to go at the sportin goods store. There was pee all over seat. Cleaned it with wad of TP. Applied TP for protection from nasty seat. Turned to sit down. The sensor flushed and the powerful vaccume force inhaled my TP. Not fun.

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#6519715 - 10/31/16 11:02 AM Re: Your favorite deer stuff post ever? [Re: REALKILLER]
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The one where some dude was talking about how many deer he's run down that got past him.
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#6519829 - 10/31/16 12:03 PM Re: Your favorite deer stuff post ever? [Re: REALKILLER]
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When I was 16 I tied two buck's heads to the front bumper of my dad's '73 Grand Torino Sport! We got honks and waves all the way from Llano to Ft. Worth! I wish I had a pic!
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#6520332 - 10/31/16 04:43 PM Re: Your favorite deer stuff post ever? [Re: REALKILLER]
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grin up
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Had to go at the sportin goods store. There was pee all over seat. Cleaned it with wad of TP. Applied TP for protection from nasty seat. Turned to sit down. The sensor flushed and the powerful vaccume force inhaled my TP. Not fun.

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#6521462 - 11/01/16 10:22 AM Re: Your favorite deer stuff post ever? [Re: REALKILLER]
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Originally Posted By: REALKILLER
Those were the not so liberal good ol days for sure. Out of high school me and a friend carried 3 bucks back from south texas in the cab of a 79 Datsun 210 all the way to the pineywoods. Even totaled out the front end on the way home by hitting a doe at about 75 mph. I took the passanger seat out of that car just to haul a deer. My friend laid on top of the deer all the way home. Now thats a trip to remember.



Not quite as bad but I used to hunt with a guy that only had a Corolla. After hanging all night, we had to force that doe and into the trunk for the long ride back to Dallas.
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