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Deer seasons are over. Meat is either in the freezer ready to prepare, or you’re back to visiting a local grocery for protein table fare. Did you make good, clean shots this past season, or did a glitch or two peek its ugly head up? Now is the time to assess just how well your[.....]

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The odd six gets them from across eh valley.
The 45/70 snaps ankles at close range.
The flintlock does it with one shot or you go hungry
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