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« Reply #10 on: January 18, 2012, 07:00:28 PM »
As you can see there are tree stands and at least one of them appeared to be set up for archers. Hunting starts in Sept and goes into Feb. Anybody wants a closer look go to their website under Hind-site Hunting Preserve in Maine
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« Reply #11 on: January 18, 2012, 08:56:01 PM »
Way to go!  O0 O0 O0 O0

You're right about it being thick. Looks like you need to pick your shot a week in advance!

That's what they're talking about when you here the term Timber Rifle. If I hunted up there I wouldn't even use a scope. I'd take the Trijicon Quick Point off my M-4(are those legal in Canada? I'm talking about the scope, not the rifle) or a Williams peep sight. I'd give anything to hunt in terrain like that just once before I go to the big donut shop in the sky.  :D ;D :'( :'(

How much usable meat did you get off the hind?

Don't know about Canada but most of the venison sold in US restaurants come from red deer. I gather they come from farms/preserves like the one you hunted. I had a guy from the USFWS service tell me years ago, that native deer like whitetail and mule deer and blacktail are illegal to sell in restaurants even if they are farm raised.

Then I had a local game warden here tell me that it's legal to sell native deer in restaurants now as long as they are farm raised and processed like any other farm animal, raised for human consumption. So I have no idea what the true story is, but at least you got to hunt a little longer and got some good eating to boot.

I just have one more question?

What is all that white stuff on the ground you're standing in? ;D :wink: :wink:
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To you gutless cowards and scumbags, who are trying to lie and rewrite history. To those out to commit genocide on the Southern people with your destruction of Confederate monuments and your attacks on Southern heritage and pride. Be happy for now. Because someday when that civil war you wanted starts. I will find you. And I will kill you.

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Re: Ya' Buncha' SLACKERS!
« Reply #12 on: January 19, 2012, 09:48:38 AM »
I ended up taking last week off because of my wonderful father in law passing away, as well as a cousin passing away, and also the death of my best friends's son last Thursday.  :'( 

Had the flu and stayed home from work last night.  :sad: 

Jeezey John Sorry to hear about all that bad luck, hope things turn around for you!
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« Reply #13 on: January 19, 2012, 10:41:21 AM »
As you can see there are tree stands and at least one of them appeared to be set up for archers. Hunting starts in Sept and goes into Feb. Anybody wants a closer look go to their website under Hind-site Hunting Preserve in Maine

 
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That's what they're talking about when you here the term Timber Rifle. If I hunted up there I wouldn't even use a scope. I'd take the Trijicon Quick Point off my M-4(are those legal in Canada? I'm talking about the scope, not the rifle) or a Williams peep sight. I'd give anything to hunt in terrain like that just once before I go to the big donut shop in the sky.  :D ;D :'( :'(

 
He was hunting in Maine.  ::)
 
 
Congrats on the deer BBF!  O0
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Brownings are nice, but in terms of quality AND accuarcy AND ruggedness, it's hard to beat the Marlin.
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« Reply #14 on: January 19, 2012, 11:26:22 AM »
Thanks, Dune! The bandaid station sent my pal's son, Jon,  home while he was in a lot of agony. When Jon arrived at his dad's home, he went into the bedroom and layed down on a bed. His dad went in shortly to check on him and his son was dead. Son Jon was being treated for infection and blood clots in his leg and lungs as a result of an accident at his workplace.

Yes, the hospital and quacks are going to be facing a lawsuit for the benefit of Jon's young daughter's education, etc.

My pal Ron, Jon's dad, barely survived the same quackery and malpractice a few months ago at the same hospital for postop complications of infection and bloodclots as a result of treatment at the same hospital, and was sent home without being cured. My pal Ron nearly died when he arrived home and was treated and barely saved by a different doc, a specialist, at a different hospital.  :shock:
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Re: Ya' Buncha' SLACKERS!
« Reply #15 on: January 19, 2012, 03:08:58 PM »
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I got so wrapped up in my own s**t that I didn't express my condolences. I'm doing it now.

That hospital or at least the Administrator should be tarred and feathered.

Bo: Picking you shot was the main concern and that is why I would be leery to take a new or very young hunter there under the same condition. "Buck Fever" could run high !!

The earlier time (Sept to Oct) may not see the Deer bunched up that much.

Halo or Red Dot sight are OK in Canada, Power Night Scopes are probably not.  We don't have any feral pigs here and any other game would be covered by legal shooting hour restrictions.

The choice of using Open or Peep sights vs Scopes has been kicked to death on another site.

Everybody is dug in on whichever Side your on. :roll:

I was glad I had optics if for no other reason then it gave me with the help of the bino equipped wife, assurance that  there was nothing live behind the animal I shot at or a little sapling that you would not see with the bare eye in front.

 You don't need a lot of magnification. The 45-70 carries a fixed 4X Dawn& Dusk Banner which is not top line by any means. That circle around the X was somewhat of a distraction. I bought the scope via Internet and had no idea what that recticle looked like until I got it.

The other rifle( 30-06 Autobanger) has a low power variable 2.5 to 7 I think and would have been fine as well. For the Deer at the 75 to 90 yard range and there were a big bunch of them the 7 power setting would be correct, again to sort out just what it is you shoot at or even more important that you can't afford to shoot.

The stuff I was standing in is called " snow" if I recall. ;D

BC gave you the link, the Preserve  gives prices and  you are a lot closer then I'm to it. I had an offer for 100 bucks less per Doe if I took two. I had to turn it down, the Missus is only generous to a point and I'm restricted to the amount of meat I can bring into Canada.

The cleaned up carcass weighted in at 151 lb so take off some bone and the messed up shoulder and I'm thinking 80 to 90 lb. BTW that was not a big Doe, the man in charge figured she was a 18 month old animal.

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« Reply #16 on: January 19, 2012, 03:16:09 PM »

 
 
He was hunting in Maine.  ::)
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I thought Maine was IN Canada!  :shock: :shock: :shock: :roll: No? Oh well. Offer it to them. See if they'll take it. We'll throw in New York and Massachusetts too!

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« Reply #17 on: January 19, 2012, 03:17:17 PM »
Btw, John. Sorry to hear about your father in law. Please let me know if there is anything I can do?
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To you gutless cowards and scumbags, who are trying to lie and rewrite history. To those out to commit genocide on the Southern people with your destruction of Confederate monuments and your attacks on Southern heritage and pride. Be happy for now. Because someday when that civil war you wanted starts. I will find you. And I will kill you.

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« Reply #18 on: January 19, 2012, 03:46:19 PM »
I would imagine that's a good place to cure buck fever. Considering how much they charge to kill a big stag....You shoot the wrong one and you'll wind up having to file for bankruptcy. :sad: :'( :twisted: :roll:

That's ONE way to keep you from taking a hasty shot. They have places in Texas that charge like that and I meet a guy a few years ago who hunted one that charged you extra if you shot one too small, and charged you extra if you shot one too big. He said he was almost too scared to shoot anything.

Actually I was comparing apples to oranges when talking about sights. When it comes to rifles I almost always prefer a scope. I have an H&R/New England Arms in 45/70 that I have a Williams peep sight on, I use it in the really thick stuff. But usually I prefer a scope.

What I wanted to say, but went off in the wrong direction was the timber rifles you see today that have the long eye relief scope way down the end of the barrel would be a good fit up there I should think. I have a Savage scout rifle in 7.62 with a 2X Leupold, that I bought years ago as a tactical rifle, to use where my M-24 is too much. The long eye relief scope is good in low light conditions and it's accuracy for a pretty cheap weapon is actually quite good inside 100 meters.

That's why I was talking about the Trijicon and if it was legal in Canada. I met someone at a gun show a few years back who was moose hunting in Quebec, I think it was. He said it was so thick they could almost reach out and touch the moose. He wound up taking the scope off his rifle and said he shot his moose at something like 40 feet. That's pretty darn close.
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« Reply #19 on: January 20, 2012, 09:25:26 AM »
I ended up taking last week off because of my wonderful father in law passing away, as well as a cousin passing away, and also the death of my best friends's son last Thursday.  :'(

Hate to hear that John.  :'(   They say that things like that come in 3's, so if it's any consolation, it looks like the "3" has run it's course.
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John Andrews Is My Hero!

In all seriousness, the Marlin is a great rifle, too. I own a Model 60, one of the best rifles ever made.
Brownings are nice, but in terms of quality AND accuarcy AND ruggedness, it's hard to beat the Marlin.
California sucks that's it.

 


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