November 17, 2003
I harvested this deer on a cold and rainy November day in central Indiana. I was unsure of the distance to the deer as there was a large ravine between the buck and myself.
After I took the shot and the deer dropped, I exited my treestand and was able to more accurately judge the distance. I was amazed — it was 165 yards!
I would not have been able to take this animal with any other slug. The Lightfield slug went above and beyond its duty.
Details of the Hunt
|Shot Distance:||165 Yards|
|Size Of Animal:||Typical 8 point|
|Hunting Method:||Tree Stand|
|Weapon Used:||Remington 1187 12 ga.|
|Ammunition Used:||Lightfield 2-3/4″, 1-1/4 oz slug|
|Guide Outfitter:||Private Land|