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Unread 12-16-2012, 06:16 PM   #1
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Just returned from grouse hunting in potter co. P.A. My only set and flush of the day ended like this...see the pickture....)-:
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Unread 12-16-2012, 06:40 PM   #2
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i have killed a few trees myself - but my favorite was a friend who swung on a grouse - fired and only to watch the unscathed grouse escape not knowing how he could have missed the easy shot - as he was looking after the grouse - the top of the tree that took the charge fell on him.


the woods need thinning away and at least you had a nice day to tour "God's Country" as those pottering folks like to say.
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I've done a lot of "shotgun brush-hogging" myself but the most memorable was the 1" silver birch sapling that sacrificed itself by jumping between my speeding 150 grain .270 bullet and the 7 point buck's heart.

I even saved the 9" section of the sapling and plan to mount it on a nice walnut plaque up on the wall where my antlers are proudly displayed.
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I've done a lot of "shotgun brush-hogging" myself but the most memorable was the 1" silver birch sapling that sacrificed itself by jumping between my speeding 150 grain .270 bullet and the 7 point buck's heart.

I even saved the 9" section of the sapling and plan to mount it on a nice walnut plaque up on the wall where my antlers are proudly displayed.
i did that this year but with my 7mm- 08
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i did that this year but with my 7mm- 08

I feel your pain.
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Dean,
I thought I had the big 8 pt in the bag, when I heard the big thud!
This hangs in my gun room.
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.....Jeff, my cousin Tim did that with his bow but on a smaller sapling. The arrow split the sapling and went almost all the way through but hung up on the fletching.
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While hunting Eland in Africa I had a similar experience. I fired a shot with my 375 H&H at an Eland which should have fallen to the ground immediately. The PH, trackers and I looked for over an hour for blood and hair or any evidence of a hit with negative results. We walked back to where I was standing and tried to recreate the shot. It was then that one of the trackers discovered a 375 caliber hole through the only small tree that was standing between me and the Eland. A few days later I had another chance and killed one without help from intervening brush.
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i did that this year but with my 7mm- 08
Now there's a man who knows a great caliber for whitetails.
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man that little tree will never be the same...mr grouse better be saying thanks... charlie
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