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October 30, 2007

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Oregon Archer Bags Second-Chance Record Muley

As this Statesman Journal article puts it, a hunter might go a lifetime without getting a shot at a such a buck. But this hunter got two. Chris Dunlap missed this giant on August 27th. On September 8th, though, he made his second chance count, dropping what after a 60-day drying period may well be the new state record nontypical velvet muley.


Blue Ox

That IS a nice mule deer. Guy must have done somthing right in a past life in order to get not one, but TWO shots at this bruiser.

elk hunter 1

as of today the drying period is over and the buck does beat the current record of 221 2/8. the offical score is 225 3/8.

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