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    Deer extraction

    How would this do for deer extraction.


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    Regards kev
    History will be kind to me for I intend to write it.

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    No bloody use at all unless you have a link box for it or a bucket on the front.
    Anyway it's a bit of overkill for muntjac.
    It's the calibre of the shooter that counts not the calibre of the rifle.

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    reminds me of a guy I once went to north of Inverness he used duel wheels all round on his tractor and front loader
    at least it would do very little damage to heather.

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    Quote Originally Posted by john baldy View Post
    ott
    Would it be ott if you had five stags to extract and my tractor was sitting at the bottom of the hill. Im sure there would be a bit of a mind change after dragging the first stag a 100 yards.

    I dont use my tractor for extration. These tyres are used for spreading slurry with the umbilical system when the ground is wet which is most of the time in scotland.I posted the picture for a bit of fun.

    Regards kev
    History will be kind to me for I intend to write it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kev.rem700 View Post
    Would it be ott if you had five stags to extract and my tractor was sitting at the bottom of the hill. Im sure there would be a bit of a mind change after dragging the first stag a 100 yards.

    I dont use my tractor for extration. These tyres are used for spreading slurry with the umbilical system when the ground is wet which is most of the time in scotland.I posted the picture for a bit of fun.

    Regards kev
    Well you should know some people don't have a sense of humour ��

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    Quote Originally Posted by redlab View Post
    Well you should know some people don't have a sense of humour ��
    I keep forgetting that red lad. Must be the stress of modern life or somting.

    Regards kev
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    I suppose you could drive over the deer with it. Call it spatchcock deer....

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    Quote Originally Posted by roedeerred View Post
    reminds me of a guy I once went to north of Inverness he used duel wheels all round on his tractor and front loader
    at least it would do very little damage to heather.
    I watched a dvd on red deer stalking.It was made just above inverness. In one of the scenes you could see inverness from the hill they were on. He used a old john deer with dual wheels all round and a loader.He also had a old isuzu pic up Probably the same guy.

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    Last edited by kev.rem700; 15-04-2014 at 22:22.
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