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January 23, 2007

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Hunter Finds Broadhead in Buck's Head

It was a nice 8-point buck. But hardly the buck of lifetime, figured Maryland hunter Jonathan Leith. So instead of a shoulder mount, he opted for a skull mount--and found a broadhead and part of an arrow lodged just beneath the right eye of the deer’s skull. “When I first got to it, there was no physical evidence that the deer had an arrow in it," Leith told the Cumberland Times-News. "The skin wasn’t broken, there was no pus pocket. The eye appeared to be normal." But when an X-ray fully exposed the broadhead, Leith realized he had one very special buck after all. Read the full story.

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BuckBull

Definately unique; but a buck of a liftime....not really.




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