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Posted by BRWNBR on Apr 21 2006
i think record books are great, for information like mike said and for the respect some animals deserve that had survived to achieve greatness. however. the books are like money, very usefull but some go to far with it. there is a time and place for trophy hunting, but becoming obsessed with the possession of a animal with a number is being taken to far. if all anyone cares about is the score, stay in texas. if i shot an animal that made book, i'd probably enter it, be neat for my kids to see 20 years down the road.
would i cry if they stopped printing them all together...not likely.

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