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I pulled this from another site. I would have loved to watch these folks try to load that beast into the back of that Jeep!! I'm not sure I would want to be in that Jeep if we were driving uphill and hit a bump though...looks to be pretty unbalanced to the rear!
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I'm surprised he isn't driving a 'wheelie' and the Elk draggin on the ground.
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Now thats a way to display a trophy
Old hunters NEVER die,they just have better camo.
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You have to go with what you got !!
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Hahaha... This helps ease the pain a little bit after listening to the BYU game (cough: Max Hall: cough
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That right there is redneck engineering at its finest!
I've gotten elk in the back of my 2 door S-10 Blazer, but none with a rack. Don't think I'll ever be trying it, either.
It ain't the size of the gun but the placement of the bullet.
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Looks like something i'd do. Thanks for the idea!!
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I'm trying to figure how in the ----- he would stuff that thing in the jeep. 6 men and a little boy?
when the crow dips, you have luck sometimes maybe.