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Killer Deer #5922400 09/10/15 08:37 PM
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in my farm march 2015

Re: Killer Deer [Re: linyera] #5922410 09/10/15 08:40 PM
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Very nice up


See y’all around the campfire.

Originally Posted by Grizz
Wingshooting is like sex for me - I love doing it but I'm just not that good at it.

Re: Killer Deer [Re: linyera] #5922490 09/10/15 09:16 PM
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The Germans have a term for stags like that, it's generally translated as murder stag, because of the very real possibility of goring a rival in a fight. Congratulations that one needed to be taken. cheers


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Re: Killer Deer [Re: linyera] #5922601 09/10/15 10:06 PM
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awesome animal. I would LOVE to have a "murder stag"! Congratulations

Re: Killer Deer [Re: linyera] #5924456 09/11/15 10:17 PM
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Congratulations awesome kill

Re: Killer Deer [Re: linyera] #5924780 09/12/15 02:29 AM
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Congrats


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Re: Killer Deer [Re: linyera] #5924819 09/12/15 02:52 AM
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Hi nsmike! I would hate to play Exotic Trivial Pursuit with you! Love your details... Hope you are still working out... Your hunt is right around the corner!!
Diane


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Re: Killer Deer [Re: linyera] #5924832 09/12/15 02:58 AM
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Hi Diane, I had my Jagdschein (hunting license), while stationed in Germany between 78-81. I'll call you next week.


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Re: Killer Deer [Re: linyera] #5932687 09/17/15 11:23 AM
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cheers



"It is the same boiling water that softens the rice, which hardens the egg." It's not always about the circumstances, but what you are made of....
Re: Killer Deer [Re: linyera] #5960198 10/04/15 04:53 PM
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cheers

Re: Killer Deer [Re: linyera] #5971515 10/11/15 01:38 PM
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was the term "Mord Hirsch"?


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I did a little research the word is literately "Moeder Buck" in reference to Roe deer( I used the oe in place of the o with umlauts). I think it was Mord Hirsh in relation to Stag. Moeder literally translates to killer in English. The instructor was still using the German term just didn't realize it. I took the class in 78 my recall isn't perfect.


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Re: Killer Deer [Re: linyera] #5971603 10/11/15 02:56 PM
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cool. I took a moeder axis buck year ago . . . he had a saber for a right main beam that he'd use to get more feed by killing anything in his way. had killed a few really, really nice HC WT bucks before I got to him.


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up cheers

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