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Keeping It Old School: Hunting with the .30-30 Winchester

Ask three deer hunters the No. 1 reason they love to pursue whitetails, and there’s a good chance you’ll receive three different answers. From “I love to spend time outdoors with family and friends,” to “the challenge of trying to fool a mature buck,” to “providing meat for my family,” there’s certainly no single right or wrong answer. Because of the long whitetail seasons available in most states, many hunters go afield with guns and bows.
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