Sneaky Hunter Grabs Buck [VIDEO]

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Deer hunter heaven…where the bucks are so close you could reach out and touch them.

Ahhh, but it’s just a distant dream. Right?

Wrong!

At least one hunter made it a reality.

That hunter is from the True Magnum YouTube channel, a hunting outfit from out west.

So how’d he do it?

“I had a slight wind in my face and I have been practicing for 15+ years on getting as close as possible!” he told a commenter.

By the looks of it, the mulie buck was bedded down in some grass, and was likely sleeping.

Either way, it’s an impressive feat. Check out the video:

 

 

Wow. That’s something else.

In the interest of his own safety, he quickly grabs the mulie’s rack and then gives the animal some space to react. No one wants to get gored.

Predictably, the spooked buck takes off. The hunter makes the sporting choice and has no intention of shooting the mule deer.

Very cool. Gotta respect that level of stealth.

 

 

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