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I shot this one this afternoon with my 10" 357 Max. The shot was a spineshot high in the shoulder. He dropped, but even with massive damage in the chest cavity he didn't die. I finished him off with the new 280 Handi. I'm sure he would've died shortly but I didn't want him suffering. If you look at the first pic you can see the left antler dropped down like a cape buffalos horn. It was damaged while in velvet and when I went to pull him by that side it tore off along with a silver dollar size chunk of skull. I probably did him a favor because I bet he had a headache from the broken skull. I always carry a rifle with me because in lowlight it's hard to find an animal in a pistola scope!
 

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giddens1972 said:
..... in lowlight it's hard to find an animal in a pistola scope!
Not with a Burris or Leupold pistola scope.
 
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