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I know how I felt
Posted by Akres on Apr 21 2006
A few shooters that I have hunted with, eagerly ran up to the animals, pulling out a tape measure, actually trying to measure them up before they were dead and still thrashing around. Quite a few others taped them before the butchering process began. I was always SICKENED by this. I will never go in the field with another person that has a tape in their pocket again. There is a time for measuring, and in my opinion it is back at home. I have actually seen these people ruin the rest of the hunt for others in the party, because the animal they took early on, did not meet or exceed their expectations. Just plain sickening.

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