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    Which ram would you shoot?

    These two rams are old, tight curled and impressive. Which one would you choose if you had the tag?

    Actually, you couldn't legally shoot them. I took both pictures in Glacier Park during early spring several years ago.




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    I would shoot the fist one that gave me a shot! If I really were to choose though it would be the second ram. I love the long horns and the big chip out of the right horn.

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    I would have to take the second one just because he is not broomed off like the first, great pictures!


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    I would love to take either one! But given the choice I would take the second one. I like the two long horns that are not broomed off.


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    Same as everyone else. Number 2, but wouldn't be too picky either.
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    Great pictures! That was one of my favorite parts of Glacier when we went a couple of years ago. We walked within 100 yards of a bachelor group of sheep and they didn't give a hoot. It was pretty awesome. And the mountain goats, too. They walked right down the trail and pretty much pushed us out of the way. We timed it pretty well and saw a bunch of baby goats playing on the slopes. It was pretty cool.

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    I wouldn't be picky, either are great. It's hard to tell which is the biggest one because of the different angle that you see them here. It can be hard to tell. Ram 2 would be my quick choice though.

    Good photos, thanks for sharing them.

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    Same sheep at some different angles.






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    *2 ....no question about it. These pictures give a totally different prospective of him. Its really a wonder he hasn't broomed them off. In the last picture the tip almost completely blocks his eye! That is truly a "full curl"!
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    Oh man. I'd go for the first one...a little broomed off but I love all that mass! Both are dandy rams! Great photos!

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