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Deer hunting


#1

hobbie



#2

Just wanna mention as a former hunter myself, nice buck! I lost vision in my right eye and partial in my left so I don’t hunt anymore myself, but that is a nice one!


#3

Thanks. Deer and turkey are what I hunt most of the time. As for my eye sight it’s funny how it works. My right eye is damaged from my bleed but my left eye is 20/20. When hunting I go right handed and most of my guns have a scope so I can see better. But if I’m using a pistol or bow hunting I youse my left eye but I’m shooting right handed. My friends joke about it because it looks like I’m shooting blind.


#4

Good job! Not a hunter myself, I prefer bass fishing but it’s all outdoors!


#5

I’m just going to say how different the world is when you meet different people! Not my cup of tea, to be honest. Interesting share, though. Thanks John.


#6

Hey John it is a nice buck. I’ll briefly tell you about my son’s buck. Cody’s AVM affects his vision and it’s impossible to look thru a scope we were put in contact with a guide named Bo who helps handicap hunters { All Things Outdoors}. He had a large tripod and a camera system that looked down the scope. Cody was able to harvest a nice buck with his help. My family has hunted eastern Oklahoma for 70 yrs or so and Cody has gone we me since he was 5 he’s 37 now and for him to be able to shoot a deer was a great feeling for him and his father. It is great that you are still out there enjoying life. Ron


#7

Nothing better than hunting camp, especially now that my grandsons and one granddaughter come. We have a special season here for handicapped hunters and novice hunters in most areas it’s either sex. But what want to know is how have you done latley John???

TJ


#8

Well shotgun season is coming up not too far from now. As for any thing else I hunt is Turkey. That’s in early spring. Here’s last April.


#9

That was the best bass I ever nabbed, but it’s hard to carve a bass for Thanksgiving!