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November 9th, 2009 No comments

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HELP ME!!!! im tying2 find a old cabelas magazine cover pic?

its a large buck with one blue eye with a scar on it . its got barbwire wrapped in its horns also a arrow tip is stuck in a drop tine does any know whare i can find this old magizine cover picture(also its drawn its not a photo)

Call Cabela’s……they may have the pic or a old copy of catalog.

Otherwise you can ck ebay for collections.




















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