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I saw a white ( Very Hairy ) Siberian Tiger at the Brownsville, Texas zoo years ago....I was flabbergasted!  


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I think we ought to transplant some to Alaska.....
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Three really P_ _ _ ed females!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Jack O'Connor shot ten Grizzlies....most of them with a 30/06....he made TWO One-Shot kills....once with a 270 and once with a '300 Magnum'.....( an H&H I believe...) 

 
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Another cold weather beauty.  This one by artist Robert Bateman:



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Over the years I have had four 270s..... Bucky

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Liked Jack's style but I generally read Elmer Keith more.  A little rough around the edges compared to Jack but always entertaining.  They certainly had different perspectives when it came to rifles/calibres.  Elmer is probably the main reason I have always tended to heavy calibres for hunting game in the area we have.  I always liked a quote attributed to Jack though, "Only accurate rifles are interesting".

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Can you see the Snow Leopard?


 
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Hiding in the rocks directly above the critter in the center...  based upon the photo perspective, looks like about 12-15 feet. 
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.300 H&H - The chambering that was being used in the events that inspired and led up to the creation of the Nosler Partition
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Originally posted by Alan Robertson Alan Robertson wrote:

Can you see the Snow Leopard?


 

Funny, I looked at that picture many times, and couldn't see it, but today it just popped out. I think KB is right. It's looking at the goat on the left.
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It's been a good walk in the hot Sun, so you stop for a rest in the shade, then you look up...



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