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1923 Junction Hunters #8219257 03/29/21 11:59 PM
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Found this old photo in an antique store. Back says Junction, TX 1923. As I have seen from other photos during the early part of the 20th century, Savage and Winchester lever actions were the order of the day.

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Provocative displays from the past which for no good reason are considered unacceptable this day. I lovey it.

Re: 1923 Junction Hunters [Re: Nogalus Prairie] #8219267 03/30/21 12:09 AM
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Thanks for sharing cool photo


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Re: 1923 Junction Hunters [Re: Nogalus Prairie] #8219276 03/30/21 12:13 AM
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The choice of hunting attire from those days is always interesting too!

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1st generation high fence?

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I was born and raised in Junction. None of those fellers look familiar. Of course, that was taken 51 years before I was born, so it's been a while.


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I love the old hunting photos. I bet they didn’t waste an ounce of meat. Tough times for some.


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6.5cm's?
Thanks for posting.


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That’s awesome

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Iron sights. I wonder if anybody slung corn or grain?

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Very cool picture. Levers were the choice of most before the 30s. The model 70 win took the market by storm in the 30s.
Surplus guns like Mauser and Springfield 1903 and Krags were used a lot also.

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What ???? No camo ! Awesome pic.


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I like to make up a story to fit the photo. I’m seeing the older man on the right as a 1st or 2nd generation immigrant, his son on the left, and his grandson in the middle. All of them seem very happy to be there and proud of their kills.


Originally Posted by Russ79
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Great pic!


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Love old photos. We once had a thread just for them on here.


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Bill, is that you in the middle?

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Nice! Thanks for sharing.

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I've always liked old hunting pictures, very cool!

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Originally Posted by bill oxner
Love old photos. We once had a thread just for them on here.

I would love to see that thread. Old photos of great times of people doing what I love to do.


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Meat hunters, no trophy hunters back then


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My guess is that for those people, they had both.....meat and a trophy. Somehow they were successful without camo clothing!

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Quite evident that they are not ranchers as a rancher would never hang the carcasses over a barbwire fence...almost as bad as a kid swinging on a gate.
There were some really big deer in Kimble County back in those days before overstocking of sheep, goats and eradication of the screwworm.
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That was back when cell phones took only black & white photos.


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Originally Posted by gary roberson
Quite evident that they are not ranchers as a rancher would never hang the carcasses over a barbwire fence...almost as bad as a kid swinging on a gate.
There were some really big deer in Kimble County back in those days before overstocking of sheep, goats and eradication of the screwworm.
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I was thinking the same thing. Never seen a deer hung on a fence for display.


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