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    Grandsons first deer

    I got skunked Saturday here in NC but my grandson killed his first deed Saturday evening first one he ever shot at so proud of himClick image for larger version. 

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    That's awesome congrats to both of you nothing like your first one

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    Nothing better than watching and being able to experience someone harvesting their first trophy... Honestly, more enjoyable than killing one yourself at times.

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    Congrats to you guys!!
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    Congrats, i bet its something both of you never forget!

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    Very nice. Memories you both will have forever.

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    That's awesome! Congrats to both of you, bet it was hard to tell who was more excited huh.
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    Congrats!!! Love to see kids out hunting and enjoying the outdoors!

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