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    First deer ever!

    Shot a button buck ,thought he was a doe, this morning with my muzzleloader.

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    Senior Member mrbb's Avatar
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    well we all have to start some where
    so congrats
    I bet he's good eating and was an easy drag

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    H*ll yeah! Congrats man!
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    Congrats. Those will be some good eating back straps!!!!!

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    Thx everyone

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    Nice shot delicious eating congrats


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    Congrats, still remember my first 45 years ago.
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    Congrats!!!!!
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    its brings back memories of my first, same thing. I thought it was a doe but it had buttons. Hope there's many more in front of you. Congrats.
    what goes around, comes around. (I sure do hope so)!!

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    You'll never forget the first deer, I got mine with my dad when I was 12 years old. We camped out in a tree stand all night long and bagged a large buck around 6am in the morning.

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