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    A short story from a non-story teller.Your opinion?

    Hello Riflemen: I'm lost :?: Is this about BS or suffering? Franly, I can't imagine getting close to a bull that still had the fight in him to lurch even if was downhill. I think I have heard of an elk being shot and running to near the road and dying. This story seems like a fable to me and if it's not then the fellow was cruel as well as being a fool. BestLever
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    A short story from a non-story teller.Your opinion?

    I agree with Bestlever.

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    A short story from a non-story teller.Your opinion?

    Quote Originally Posted by BestLever
    Hello Riflemen: I'm lost :?: Is this about BS or suffering? Franly, I can't imagine getting close to a bull that still had the fight in him to lurch even if was downhill. I think I have heard of an elk being shot and running to near the road and dying. This story seems like a fable to me and if it's not then the fellow was cruel as well as being a fool. BestLever
    Bestlever and Norm-I can see your disbelief but it is the story he told me and I do believe him from his graphic desciption of the ordeal and knowing him as I did.Not quite over the conflict and a couple fries short of a Happy Meal when it came to hunting.Agent Orange took it's toll on him.

    I personally several times have seen people get kicked-knocked down by Elk and Deer who appeared to be dead or doing the death dance.My Dad got knocked on his kiester while cutting the throat of a lifeless looking Bull Elk that had one more kick left in him.One of our friends we hunted with got a short ride on the back of a Mulie Buck under the same kind of thing.Both when I was young.I always have my son or wife ready for me to jump back so they can finish what appears to be a dead animal as I cut the throat.

    Dead is not always "totaly dead".It is either cut his throat or blast him again for insurance.I believe his story knowing him and seeing the things I have.Owe well..Who would figure that Norm and Bestlever would raise doubt in poor old Jayco's story.What happened to being nice....

    Thats right..It's not the New Year yet. :lol: I don't care if you believe it or not.I do- so take that you "Bullies".Abused again by the "Forum Bullies"...

    Poor abused old Jayco.
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    A short story from a non-story teller.Your opinion?

    If in fact he really did as he claims, the man is a complete jerk and a fool.
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    jayco: I have never questioned questioned your sincerity or honesty. Never! So if you are convinced this fellow did torcher that bull I got to go with you on it. He was cruel and a fool. By the way. When I come up on a kilt critter that could hunrt me I jab them hard with a sharp stick. Around the eyes or ears. The larger and meaner the critter the longer the stick :lol: good morning Riflemen, BestLever
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    A short story from a non-story teller.Your opinion?

    Bestlever is my mouthpiece again even if his spellen is no gud.

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    I think that alot of us have a hard time believing the story because we do not want to even think that another sportsman would do such a thing. You handled it the way I would have, I would have left before I had to much time to think about it and get angry. Three years ago I had a friend who I would Antelope hunt with tell me that he had shot a small Buck Antelope at quite a distance thinking it was a doe. Well he had both a Buck and a doe tag but he did not want to waste his buck tag on a small Buck so he dumped it in a ditch. He did not tell me this story until the following year on the day before we were supposed to go out Antelope hunting again. At first I though he was just trying to fire me up, but after his wife verified the story I just left. I went Antelope hunting by myself that year. All I ever told him was I wish that the Fish Cops would have nailed his a$$ to the wall for what he had done. He just looked at me like I was from Mars he was shocked that I was so upset by his stupidity. I always finish an animal if it is needed as soon as I possibly can.

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    A short story from a non-story teller.Your opinion?

    Quote Originally Posted by Norm Watkins
    Bestlever is my mouthpiece again even if his spellen is no gud.
    Well Normie....Can't speak for yourself...Beastlever has trouble controlling his own thoughts.I have a patent pending and like Reflex I need field testers and I figured you and the Beast would volunteer.We have picture cell phones now and I have invented the picture pistol.Take your own photo's with your handgun...What could be better especially for you and the Beast?I want a pic from this converted pistol to camera of the "Both" of ya.

    Field Test this one for me.
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    A short story from a non-story teller.Your opinion?

    Franly Norm, I don't give a damn I have misspelled the word kilt all my life in a million differt ways. I'm going downhill fast! BeastLever
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