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Typical scum bag holdup. Be careful wherever you go.

This is a discussion on Typical scum bag holdup. Be careful wherever you go. within the Training & Defensive Scenarios forums, part of the General Category category; Originally Posted by ETS One smart old Buck----also a genetic freak, since deer are color-blind! Ed, I think maybe you have not hunted many deer ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ETS View Post
    One smart old Buck----also a genetic freak, since deer are color-blind!

    Ed, I think maybe you have not hunted many deer in your life? Deer are not color blind and you can bet if they see a hunter with orange, blue or any color they will not be so stupid as to enter the soybean field. Maybe deer are racist? Most don't like humans. And I guess you could say they "stereotype". Especially with two legged creatures.
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    I submit to your correction, but having successfully hunted deer from Ohio to Colorado, have to say it was not apparent that deer were not color blind.

    Interesting article-thanks for the reference. Am not sure the subject of what the deer really see is completely settled, but, intuitively, I always gravitated toward the "camo-orange" patterns. As far as the uv goes, and what to do about it----that's just beyond me!
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    Not just deer, but the wariness of wildlife in general and their abilities in the wild is truly amazing---certainly worthy of its own thread and not to be sullied in a thread dealing with "scumbags".
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    Way off topic.... Anyway, deer are also keenly aware of their surroundings. They know every square inch of their territory backwards, forwards, and inside out. If something is out of place or different they will notice it immediately.

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    Keeping cool under pressure. Not one scumbag but three. And one old guy fast at the draw.

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    Wow, really great gun handling by the GG. And note the hoodies the BGs are wearing.......LOL!
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    The first thing I learned in active shooter classes was to know your surroundings, exits and etc.. In today's world you must do this every time you are out and about.
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