Bad: Wounded deer attacks hunter who shot him

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    I too always have my pistol ready when approaching big game that I have taken down.

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    Deer got kevlar? Next your going to see them ask for gun rights. It never ends.

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    Gentlemen, this is not a hunting vs. not hunting thread and I have deleted some posts. Please keep it on topic.
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    Jang is right, always approach a downed animal with caution and use either your gun barrel or an arrow at arms length to poke an eye. If the animal hasnt expired yet, the eyes will show signs of life.

    This happens far more frequently than one thinks. Even the most well placed shot will not terminate an animals life for sometime.

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    I dont know about all of you but i definatly would have pooped my pants, matter fact it scared me reading it so much i need to go to the bathroom.
    Jest aside, hope for a speedy recovery.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rcher View Post
    Jang is right, always approach a downed animal with caution and use either your gun barrel or an arrow at arms length to poke an eye. If the animal hasnt expired yet, the eyes will show signs of life.

    This happens far more frequently than one thinks. Even the most well placed shot will not terminate an animals life for sometime.

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    +1 on that. I've seen deer with heart and lungs gone run 100 yards on adrenalin.

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    I had first heard about this incident approximately two to three hours ago from a family member and low and behold it's already been posted. Your just too quick on the draw. With the dillagent members on this forum there is no need for me to by my local newspaper to read, because anything of interest will already be posted on here before I have time to read it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rightwing View Post
    Well stated and understood Mr. Morintp. Hunting is a paradox for me where I feel thankful for the gift, and still there is a sadness for the sacrifice made. Antis who eat meat should visit a slaughterhouse once to give hunting a proper perspective... (Never seen a cow commit suicide, not yet anyhow)
    I agree. Those who criticize hunting and yet eat meat are IMO hypocrites.

    I think that if we required the outside walls of all slaughterhouses to be made of glass so that everyone who passed could view the horrors inside, few people would ever again eat meat. That is why I don't hunt, wish no one else did, nor do I eat meat.

    However, it is my personal choice which I don't believe I have a right to impose on others who feel differently.

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