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Old December 7, 2012, 06:07 PM   #73
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I've seen numerous bucks taken during gun season with an arrow in them (not visible from outside) from the year before.
In 2000, my deer had a triangular scar on one side of his chest and a large keloid (mass of scar tissue) hanging off the other side .... the arrow evidently passed through and the holes healed over......

...this poor buck had pretty hard luck in the year before I shot him: he also was evidently hit by a car in late summer/early fall, as the left side of his antlers were damaged while still in velvet ( all points broken off the main beam and healed over) and the front left leg and shoulder were severely bruised (green and purple).....
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