What happens when hitting a deer and not killing it.

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  1. remmett70

    remmett70 Die Hard Bowhunter

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    They wash their car in dead wind down car soap.

     
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    He just needed a ride
     
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    He needed a ride to a Vet clinic/ER!
     
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    He was ready to fight! I always said if some one hit me with a car they better make sure i can't get back up!
     
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    Buck Lives Matter!!
     
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    Now that's pretty funny. Free venison if he ever tried to get in my car.
     
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    The rut made that buck crazy. He wanted to mate with any female.
     
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    Several years ago I had a doe run into the side of my Jeep Cherokee on the way to work. It appeared dead, so I called the sheriff for accident verification since the insurance company requires that to cover the damage. A fellow stopped to check things out and we dragged the doe off the road. As we were waiting, the "dead" doe suddenly started moving and raised its head. Before the deputy arrived, she regained her feet....albeit very wobbly....and wandered back the direction she had come from....which I don't believe she knew where she was or was going. Thankfully there was deer hair and a witness for the cop, as there was no "body" as evidence.
     
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    Deer hunting, no matter what weapon you use, is a dangerous sport!
     

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