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Posted by AkHunter45 on Apr 21 2006
You say you don't keep the horns cause they just collect dust and you have no use for them, so what are you going to do with all the animals you kill in Africa? I seriuously doubt your bringing the meat back so why kill just for the sake of killing?  You seem to contradict yourself with your post.
"My next trip will be to Africa with my friends. And as far as trophies go, most if not all will be with camera. Make no mistake about it, but I will be hunting and shooting and killing, but the expense of trophy prep, dipping, shipping and taxidermy, I can be well on my way back again with the money not spent on these expenses." That doesn't make any sense.

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