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deathwind
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This is my first attempt at putting a picture on here. I shot this antelope last week in Wyoming using a 67# cascade recurve and woodsman broadhead. The shot was at 25 yds. over water.

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Raven
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Nice antelope!!!! Looks like those horns reach the sky [Eek!] Congrats and good luck the rest of the season................Raven
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Doug Campbell
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Hey that's one dandy goat!! Congrats!!

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the Ferret
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Dang nice goat and pretty picture (although it's small). Where'd you find trees in Wyoming? ha ha

Congrats on a fine animal [thumbsup]

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