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Stone Knife
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That is one awesome looking animal, I love the hat also [thumbsup]

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Proverbs 12:27
The lazy do not roast any game,
but the diligent feed on the riches of the hunt.


John 14:6

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Cyclic-Rivers
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What a beautiful place, Congrats!

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Relax,

You'll live longer!

Charlie Janssen

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>~TGMM~> <~Family~Of~The~Bow~<

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JDunlap
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great looking hog! good job!

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RER XR Static Tip RC; 56@28
RER LX LB 60@28 and 53@28

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slivrslingr
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Congrats! Love your choice of camo too! [Big Grin]
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J-F
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Hey Kibok,

I was just passing by and guess who I find in the top topics!! ;o)

That's another very nice "sanglier"!!

You've done it again ;o)

Bon reveillon, and all the best for 2014,
Cheers,
J-F

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Tajue17
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curious, in France do you just need that blaze orage armband when hunting?

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"Us vs Them"

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jean-vincent
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bravo pour ta fin d'année .
in France we need orange clothing just when we hunt in "battue" (5 people or more around a piece of land and trackers with dogs inside the perimeter )other wise you don't need a thing , some put something on , by safety .. but it's not an obligation.

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cacciatore
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Well done David,congrats

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Rays Arrow
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Very nice

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I enjoy the woods taking game is the icing on the cake.

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kibok&ko
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For the blaze thing this was just for safety with the rifle's men ... shooted this boar in the end of afternoon and looked for him the next morning and you never know ...

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save a cow eat a vegetarian !

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Friend
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I like it...I like it!!

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My Lands… Are Where My Dead Lie Buried.......Crazy Horse

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BRichards
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Nice shooting David!
that's a fine looking boar and a beautiful setting to spend time in!!
Its always good to see other European bow hunters on here.
We have wild boar back in our forests in the UK now but bow hunting's a NO NO....
will be chasing some in Hungary in March so fingers crossed.

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