The buck was about 60-70 meters away and I had to wait for what felt like an eternity for it to stand broadside in a clearing, eventually it stopped clear of all obstacles and I placed the cross hairs tight behind the shoulder and gently squeezed the trigger, the buck jumped to the shot and ran towards me, I could see instantly it was fatally injured, but I quickly reloaded just in case a second shot was needed. The buck fell in the bushed about 15 meters to the right of my tree stand and passed. I gathered my equipment, sent a few text messages to friends and family and slowly made my way down the tree to collect my buck.
Here's some video and a few pic's.
And here's my dachshund puppy Geordie experiencing his first roe deer, he wasn't scared one bit and went straight in and had a bit chew and rag on one of the legs =)
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