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Old December 31, 2012, 09:51 AM   #6
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I noticed the position rifle first thing when I looked at the picture later.

I thought about setting the deer up in our back yard and taking another picture, but decided to keep the "in the feld pic".

I had unloaded the rifle after the deer was located and confirmed dead.

As far as the rifle "getting away from him", the rifle was rested on a tri-pod; it wasn't going anywhere.

We had many practice sessions over the spring, summer, fall.
I made a dummy round that would feed into the rifle after the first shot so he could safely practice getting finger off triger & putting the safety back on.

Critique my lack of not noticing the muzzle on an unloaded rifle during a photo, but please stop there.
Strive to always carry the gun you would carry on the "bad" side of town.
My carry philosophy is "Something is worth doing is worth doing right" not "Something is better than nothing".
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