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    Still think there isnt a Dead spot above the lungs?

    This buck was shot in Wisconsin this past gun season. 2 weeks later Scott got a picture of the buck. And you could see right through him!! Amazing how deer can survive.

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    I find this pretty hard to believe... you sure it wasn't photo shopped? I have shot several deer in this exact spot and took out both lungs. Shot with a rifle, there should have been enough static shock to rupture both lungs even if it somehow missed hitting them... I don't want to call anyone a liar and maybe I'm wrong but it sure looks a bit unbelievable.

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    I pulled it off face book, so I cant vouch for its validity.
    Last edited by Apparition; 07-09-2014 at 05:28 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Apparition View Post
    I pulled it off face book, so I can vouch for its validity.
    LOL! That was funny.

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    I was thinking it was maybe shot with a shotgun slug or muzzle loader. No way a deer takes hit in that area from a high velocity bulllet.

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    Hmmm. I might be a believer if the animal didn't look so healthy otherwise...deer are tough critters. Interesting photo at any rate!

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    Lol, ment to type cant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Apparition View Post
    I pulled it off face book, so I cant vouch for its validity.
    If it was on Facebook it has to be true…

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    Sorry...but for me the photo is pure, unadulterated BS. I guess it really was adulterated tho.................
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    As a guy who uses photoshop on a regular basis.....this is a fake.....

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