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One lost a husband another lost a friend and hunting partner.
Remember to be safe out there...
Tragic loss to our hunting community http://www.theepochtimes.com/n3/311645- ... ting-trip/
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Horrible story. I can't fathom the events as they played out.
Prayers for the departed, his unfortunate friend who will have to live with that event daily, his new wife and his family.
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Hate to hear about things like this. I remember last year a guy got shot because they were standing to shoot in a boat as well. If the guns are loaded, keep your butt planted on that seat.
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think they had a couple beers???
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I just can't imagine what his friend is going thru. That's just a sad situation all around
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I can't believe they published a photo of him holding a duck and a beer. Looks bad on the hunting community. My heart goes out to their family and his friend who has to live with a careless accident like that.
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BKScripto wrote:I can't believe they published a photo of him holding a duck and a beer. Looks bad on the hunting community. My heart goes out to their family and his friend who has to live with a careless accident like that.
I thought the beer can pic was in poor taste for a tragedy like this. Especially considering all accidents alcohol has lead to while hunting.
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