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    A bit of a waste

    Came across this old boy on some new ground locally, he shared the same injuries as a young buck I found at the back of the village.....Shot through the ribs, broken by bullet impact. It makes me wonder just how many deer are poached if I stumbled on two lost shots in the same week.
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    have found two roe bucks since may both shot and serious damage on their back legs put both to sleep dont think i shall have this ground for another season it is the others you dont find shotz

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    Very frustrating CD. Are the local as in not a million miles from where i am? It does make you wonder whos shooting them.. Someone who knows something about deer stalking..? Most numpties that ive come across would never think to shoot a deer in the chest...

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    Aye mate this one was a little way up the A1 but not too far from your land.
    What worries me more is how the scroats are being granted fac's.
    I will post a pick of a buck I had to drop a few weeks back, shot I think with a .17 hmr in the shoulder, poor lad was in a sorry state and hadn't long been sniped at.
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    IF ITS RED ITS DEAD AND IF ITS BROWN ITS DOWN

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