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    ‎Chipped Horn Vixen

    Perfect morning as I finally accounted for a very bold but nonetheless cunning vixen. I've also chipped a tiny piece of horn from beneath the grip area of my K 250 when taking full advantage of the standing stone I was using as a rest. It was worth it though to get the shot off in the manner required. ‎

    At least I'll not forget this morning or a truly beautiful fox.


    Last edited by Klenchblaize; 06-03-2015 at 19:49.

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    The rifle has not a chip but it's developing character.

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    Nice picture!
    Take the chip and put it on your shoulder opposite the other one and you'll be well balanced!

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    What a stunning photo of a beautiful bit of ground

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    I may have over-compensated with the in-the-field breakfast!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Klenchblaize View Post
    I may have over-compensated with the in-the-field breakfast!

    Quite impossible to do so, when surrounded by scenery like that time is irrelevant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Klenchblaize View Post
    I may have over-compensated with the in-the-field breakfast!

    I do like a brew up and a feast out of doors. It's all part of the experience. Don't have to shoot anything to enjoy yourself. An early morning bathroom break in the woods is also part of the days plan and very welcome, and necessary at times!

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    How on earth did you manage to shoot a fox using a rifle with no moderator.....

    On a serious note great photo. I am interested in more details about the rifle.
    "If you can't see it, you can't shoot it"

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    I don't care about chips or bumps on my rifle.
    With one so prominent, it will be a great reminder every time you see it of a great time.
    A bit like having a traveling trophy. You won't need to see a set of antlers the memory will be enough.
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