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    Default Some meaningful ADVICE before you take that shot....

    A hunting buddy of mine 17 years ago always told me this...

    When that deer comes into your shooting range....imagine that that deer has a rifle.....you MUST WAIT until that deer presents you with a CLEAR shot.....then you must COMPOSE yourself to make that shot....

    if you do not do the 2 things mentioned above....that deer will shoot you as you stand....
    Something to think about....next time that buck is quartering towards you....has you BUSTED....or is screened behind some branches/leaves..


    Remember this.....you obviously have done something RIGHT for that buck to be within range....

    NOW is the time to deliver......wait....pick a spot....slowly squeeze...

    Good Luck...



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    I like that you said "you've done something right for the deer to be in range." alot of times i think I get to the point where we think it's all luck. I think it says something for your confidence to see a deer walk down the exact path you thought they would. it's just time to close the deal at that point. Pretending the deer has a rifle is a novel idea.
    "We all must hang together, or assuredly we shall all hang separately."

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    I must agree with what you have said. Good way to look at it.
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