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  1. #21
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    [QUOTE=802-603hunter;611672]Thanks. If you are up for a deer story the full recount is here:
    http://www.huntingchat.net/forum/sho...NH-Deer-Season

    Fantastic hunt, photos, and write up....
    To visit VBBC website simply copy and paste the following link into your search; www.vtbiggestbucks.com/

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    You can call the next one " Misery love company" a book compiled of woulda, coulda, shoulda's

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    My go to is a 225 Sierra game King bullet. It's not an 30 cal but more like a .358. Does the job no complaints. Typically always get an exit hole. I must say the 30-06 is nice and versatile but like longbow I really prefer the 35 cal option in the whelen. Good luck with the 180's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fixed blade View Post
    My go to is a 225 Sierra game King bullet. It's not an 30 cal but more like a .358. Does the job no complaints. Typically always get an exit hole. I must say the 30-06 is nice and versatile but like longbow I really prefer the 35 cal option in the whelen. Good luck with the 180's.
    +1

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    Quote Originally Posted by 802-603hunter View Post
    Thanks. If you are up for a deer story the full recount is here:
    http://www.huntingchat.net/forum/sho...NH-Deer-Season


    I replaced the factory aperture with one of these:

    https://www.midwayusa.com/product/51...nk-steel-black

    They make them with different hole sizes, I bought a variety and like the largest one best.
    802-603hunter,

    Nice story of your NH buck. Great to have a video of him and then to track and kill him in his bed. Quite an accomplishment. I enjoyed the story and photos of the hunt.
    It sounds like you work super hard to be successful each season

    Congratulation on a great animal.

    Roger-

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    Thanks.

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