Antelope results

Discussion in 'Northwest Hunting' started by xiSHARPSHOOTix, Oct 10, 2018.

  1. xiSHARPSHOOTix

    xiSHARPSHOOTix
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    A little late, but I thought I would share my antelope I shot back in August. It was taken with my 6.5 grendel build. Attach9769_20180813_142919.jpg
     
  2. Quezun

    Quezun
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    Nice, about how far out was it?
     
  3. xiSHARPSHOOTix

    xiSHARPSHOOTix
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    About 40 yards. Popped out right in front of me while on my way back to camp.
     
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  4. clearconscience

    clearconscience
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    I was reading an article about hunting last night. They said your hunt isn’t over until your rifle is put away.
    Always be ready.

    Great looking animal.
     
  5. osprey

    osprey
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    Nice! Decent looking speed goat.
     
  6. Reno911

    Reno911
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    Well done!

    I’ll have to say antelope is probably some of the tastiest meat I have ever harvested. Especially if they lived off alfalfa their whole life.
     
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  7. xiSHARPSHOOTix

    xiSHARPSHOOTix
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    It's no doubt my favorite game meat. This one was definitely in someone's fields with the amount of fat that was on it.
     
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