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Injured in velvet?

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9/10 Broke 12-Oct-17
9/10 Broke 12-Oct-17
9/10 Broke 12-Oct-17
mgerard 12-Oct-17
Killbuck 12-Oct-17
GF 12-Oct-17
woodsman 12-Oct-17
mgerard 12-Oct-17
Kodiak 12-Oct-17
stick33 12-Oct-17
David McLendon 12-Oct-17
Ghostman 12-Oct-17
From: 9/10 Broke Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 12-Oct-17

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Just wondering y'alls thoughts. 1) Injured early in the velvet growing stage. 2) Bodily injury on opposite side from the previous year. 3) Bad genetics. 4) Other. If you pick 4 please explain.

From: 9/10 Broke Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 12-Oct-17

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Lose up

From: 9/10 Broke Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 12-Oct-17

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Supposed to be Close up. This shot from the back.

From: mgerard Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 12-Oct-17




Injury opposite side. I have a similar buck. His front foot on the opposite side was shot off the year before during rifle season. Was a very aggressive buck that came into rattling when I shot him with my Groves Spitfire.

From: Killbuck Professional Bowhunters Society - Associate Member Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 12-Oct-17




#2

From: GF
Date: 12-Oct-17




I don't know, but that’d make one helluva slingshot!

I’d throw out genetics straight off, I think. So I’ll vote for injury - just not sure what kind or when.

From: woodsman
Date: 12-Oct-17




#2 injury.

From: mgerard Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 12-Oct-17

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From: Kodiak
Date: 12-Oct-17




#2

From: stick33
Date: 12-Oct-17




I've vote injury as well. Had a few over the years. They were normal the following year.

From: David McLendon
Date: 12-Oct-17




Offside injury, I also killed a buck years ago missing a front foot right at the knee, He was a perfect 5 point on one side and a 16.5" long spike on the other surrounded by 3 points ranging from .75- 1.5" right off the burr. The missing foot wasn't slowing him down because he was in hot pursuit of a doe at the time.

From: Ghostman
Date: 12-Oct-17




#2 offside injury





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