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Payback's a bi*ch!! LOL

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Payback's a bitch!!

Deer Fatally Attacks Hunter Who Shot Him

http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/deer-f ... li=BBnbfcL

In what officials are calling a bizarre incident, an Arkansas hunter was killed by a deer that he thought he had shot dead.

Thomas Alexander, 66, was hunting deer near Yellville on Tuesday night when he believed he had successfully shot a deer, officials said.

Alexander, who lived in the area and was an experienced hunter, was sitting in an elevated deer stand during the state's muzzleloader season, Keith Stephens, chief of communications with the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission, told ABC News.

After going down to check on his "kill," Alexander soon discovered that the animal was in fact not dead.

There was deer blood found in the location where the attack happened, Stephens said.

"It appears he shot the deer and he had put his rifle down near the deer stand and walked down to check and make sure it was dead," Stephens said. "And that's when whatever happened, happened."

The deer, which was not fatally injured, got back up and attacked Anderson, who suffered several puncture wounds on his body.

"Our assumption is the deer did gore him with his antlers," Stephens said.

Alexander was by himself but was able to call his family for help, who then called emergency responders. He later died at the hospital.

Officials do not plan to do an autopsy.

"It's strange. Probably the only time it ever happened. We did have one in 2016 in southern Arkansas -- but that hunter survived," Stephens said.

Officials are still looking for the deer, Stephens said.
I'll tell you what rule we applied sir.
We applied rule 303.
We caught them and we shot them under rule 303!

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That's crazy...make sure it's dead from afar...and never put down your rifle...
Poke it in the eye with a yoyr loaded rifle...ready to fire.
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BerettaRacer wrote:
Thu Oct 24, 2019 5:35 pm


Officials are still looking for the deer, Stephens said.
What for? They gonna bring the deer up on charges?

A man (dominant predatory) went out looking for prey and failed to respect the capability of a wounded, wild animal. That deer should be automatically exempted as a legit target during deer season.

People get too used to winning all the time they forget to take shit seriously.

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SteyrAUG wrote:
Fri Oct 25, 2019 3:22 am
People get too used to winning all the time they forget to take shit seriously.

+1
In many other situations also.
(and, then they act shocked when rebuffed..."you weren't supposed to do that.. no fair!"

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Looks like the deer had more " Experience " in hunting than Mr. Alexander.
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Must've been a big mean ol' buck!
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SteyrAUG wrote:
Fri Oct 25, 2019 3:22 am
BerettaRacer wrote:
Thu Oct 24, 2019 5:35 pm


Officials are still looking for the deer, Stephens said.
What for? They gonna bring the deer up on charges?

A man (dominant predatory) went out looking for prey and failed to respect the capability of a wounded, wild animal. That deer should be automatically exempted as a legit target during deer season.

People get too used to winning all the time they forget to take shit seriously.
It has had a taste of human blood. It now wants more.

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Dr. Dickie wrote:
Tue Oct 29, 2019 7:54 am
SteyrAUG wrote:
Fri Oct 25, 2019 3:22 am
BerettaRacer wrote:
Thu Oct 24, 2019 5:35 pm


Officials are still looking for the deer, Stephens said.
What for? They gonna bring the deer up on charges?

A man (dominant predatory) went out looking for prey and failed to respect the capability of a wounded, wild animal. That deer should be automatically exempted as a legit target during deer season.

People get too used to winning all the time they forget to take shit seriously.
It has had a taste of human blood. It now wants more.
What happens when he trains all his buddies in human killing? Liberals will be happy fewer gun owners around.

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Figure he'll get a tear drop tattoo so all the other hunters know not to mess with that deer?

This story is almost as good as the gender reveal, pipe bomb story.

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And now the Zombie Deer Apocalypse begins!

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