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    Sussex Perruque

    I was lucky enough last weekend to be sitting in one of my permissions when a roe buck started to walk towards me, first thought was his antlers shouldn't be in velvet , then through the binos it all became clear, a moment to compose myself (as much as I could) the buck walked towards me to within about 30m, bang, neck shot and it dropped to the shot.never expected to see this, let alone get to shoot it...... Last Sunday in East Sussex.

    (Its at the taxidermists already). Hope the pictures upload.

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    Nice one

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    Nice one!
    Is it fair to assume that you will have that head mounted?

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    Very interesting, thanks for sharing. I wonder whether he sustained an injury during the rut which interfered with his testosterone levels? We're there any obvious injuries to his back end when he was skinned out?


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    Wow - good job - looking forward to seeing it set up


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    Excellent. Very cool.

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    Be interesting to know how heavy the head is compared to a "normal" one. Must be a real strain carrying that around all day. Well done on getting him.

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    He had damage to his left rear leg and obvious testical damage, just a small hard lump.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FrenchieBoy View Post
    Nice one!
    Is it fair to assume that you will have that head mounted?

    yes, but just found out the guy I was sending it to stopped doing them last year so need to think who to send it to.

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