The Smith & Wesson .44Spl and The Scapegoat Mountain Bull.
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    Re: The S&W .44Spl and The Scapegoat Mountain Bull

    Yes, I've owned both stag and elephant ivory Bob K caught me in a weaker moment(brain passing gas)? Didn't know that elk stag would yellow just as sambar stag will, though?
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    Hey Keith,

    Whee!

    Thank you kindly for the link to this thread!!

    Fine Bull Elk, taken with a great "custom" revolver!!

    Life is good!

    Later, Mark
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    Great story and a fine looking revolver to go with it.

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    I read this story a while back but enjoyed the review ever bit as much today.
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    Great story! Spent some time fishing along the Hob nail Tom trail.
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    I enjoy that story every time I see it.. Brings back lots of memories of old elk camps in the Wind Rivers in Wyoming.
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    Really great story! Enjoyed reading that.


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    Excellent story. I'd never have tried it, maybe with my 460 I might have. I'm used to taking elk and much farther ranges. Best hunt and stalk story I've ever read.
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    Truly enjoyed the read and the pic of that fine revolver. Thanks for sharing!
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    I hope it's OK. I sent the link to this thread to most of my family. Especially our daughters and grand kids. This is the kind of story like I read when I was a teenager on up. Jack o'Conner, Peter Hathaway Capstick, Jim Carmikel and others. Once upon a time I had a whole shelf full of books with similar stories. If you have never thought about being published, I think you are good at this. If I were you, I might consider contacting a publishing company.

    Once again, I really enjoyed reading this story... TWICE. Thank you for writing it.
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    Be careful,
    Victor


 
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