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Thread: how fast can a roe deer run

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    how fast can a roe deer run

    I was on my way shooting last night and a buck was in the lane where I was heading, I chased it up the lane in my 4x4 knowing where it would exit giving it enough time to slow up and escape, how fast....? .no dogooders need reply.

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    Slower than a lurcher and Faster than a terrier

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    I think I remember someone saying they can run about 20mph and keep it up for about 15 miles !!! I know it sounds strange but seem to remember it being said.(That would be over distance, however it will run much faster over short distances sprinting)
    Last edited by K333ROE; 31-07-2013 at 08:18.

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    30mph if really pushed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monkey Spanker View Post
    27 mph.
    Not as fast as bag man!

    sprint 32mph

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    Quote Originally Posted by K333ROE View Post
    I think I remember someone saying they can run about 20mph and keep it up for about 15 miles !!! I know it sounds strange but seem to remember it being said.(That would be over distance, however it will run much faster over short distances sprinting)
    I seem to recall seeing something similar somewhere. I think it is in the latest BDS mag. I'll have a look when I get home.

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    Depends whats chasing it

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    Faster than my Gator !!

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