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    Quote Originally Posted by Muleys 24/7 View Post
    Very nice bucks Bigshot! Anyone that puts alot of time in to D-14 like we do knows those bucks are nice ones for that zone.
    Thanks Muleys 24/7, yea most hunters will say any buck in D14 is a trophy!! You'll be surprised how many local 2x2s and 3x3s I mount for friends and family every year!! I have learned that our deer are built more like the northern Blacktails. Most take a blacktail manikin form when mounting (Taxidermy), and with blacktail size antlers to match and like blacktails, they have the big 2x2 and 3x3 gene.
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    One more D14 4x4.

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    My son's D14 4x4, taken with a Browning A-bolt II Stainless Stalker 270WSM

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    Anyone have pictures of D14 bucks, I'd sure like to see them.

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    Bigshot, nice pics and thanks for sharing, I need to go with you so I can have a good pic to post! I havn't taken one up there in a few years now, I passed on a couple because I wanted something better than a forky. I get my meat bucks from D-16, I think they taste better from down there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Muleys 24/7 View Post
    Bigshot, nice pics and thanks for sharing, I need to go with you so I can have a good pic to post! I havn't taken one up there in a few years now, I passed on a couple because I wanted something better than a forky. I get my meat bucks from D-16, I think they taste better from down there.
    Hey Muleys, I sent you a PM. Here is a 4x3 D14 buck my buddies took . The forth point on the right antler is hard to see.

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    I have a great butcher that makes hotdogs and stuffs them with cheese and Jalapeno located in Claremont, CA. Send me a PM, if anyone wants his info.

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    Pm replied. I get alot of jerky and sausage made from my meat. Thats what we seem to eat the most.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigshot View Post
    I have a great butcher that makes hotdogs and stuffs them with cheese and Jalapeno located in Claremont, CA. Send me a PM, if anyone wants his info.
    I worked at Claremont Colleges for 7 yrs.
    I bought a grinder with the sausage attachment and for the last two yrs. have tried making different types of sausages. You just gave me another recipe ! I'm no good at feeding the sausage as it's getting stuffed. I always break it or whatever. The girlfriend is good at it though. Go figure ???

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    Muleys24/7 and Bigshot,
    I told you I was going post pics or the two biggest D14 bucks but forgot.
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