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Last Night’s Deer Age #8441414 11/07/21 02:36 PM
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My son has spent 6 1/2 years in the 82nd Airborne and just got out a few months ago after a 9 month deployment in Afghanistan. Needless to say, he was ready to hunt. Not the biggest deer out there, but we are proud of it and first on our ranch we bought together.
I am not the best at age, but just based on the attached pics, is this a 4 year old?

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Re: Last Night’s Deer Age [Re: Cinch] #8441447 11/07/21 03:17 PM
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Sweet!

Re: Last Night’s Deer Age [Re: Cinch] #8441454 11/07/21 03:24 PM
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First two pics I thought was older deer, third maybe 4.5, not younger.

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Originally Posted by ErikL
First two pics I thought was older deer, third maybe 4.5, not younger.


I thought at least 4 1/2 as well. Have a friend that has him at 3 1/2 and I just don’t see that

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Nice buck! And thank him for his service.


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He is certainly old enough ! Your son is a hero, please thank him for his service! flag texas up


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Originally Posted by ElkOne
He is certainly old enough ! Your son is a hero, please thank him for his service! flag texas up

I would call him 4 minimum and probably 5 with more pics. Great buck and congrats to both of you cheers


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Originally Posted by ElkOne
He is certainly old enough ! Your son is a hero, please thank him for his service! flag texas up

X2. Well done and congratulations on having your own place with your son.

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Great looking buck, congrats to your son! I would call him 5. cheers


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Min of 4 and I think probably 5.
Great deer and I'm glad he got him!

And a big TY to your son for protecting and serving all of us.


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