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Old June 23, 2013, 11:50 AM   #16
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From my experience, it is best to get this permission BEFORE you even start to hunt.
I think that there is a lot of wisdom here and it will define my approach to this. I'd love it to be an opportunity, but I don't need years of ill-will if it goes less than perfectly.

I have never hunted with archery equipment, only rifles and I while it is true that no rifle will guarantee a DRT result on an average shot, if a person is willing to be patient and wait for (and only take) a perfect 30yd head shot on a deer, I believe that it would be possible to make good on a DRT bet with a rifle. That being said, you guys have educated me on the reality that this doesn't apply to archery hunting. I am very glad that I asked

Thanks again,

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