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Zebrakiller 03-Apr-18
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smarba 03-Apr-18
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Zebrakiller 03-Apr-18
Zebrakiller 03-Apr-18
Zebrakiller 03-Apr-18
GhostBird 03-Apr-18
milnrick 03-Apr-18
Drahthaar 03-Apr-18
DoorKnob 03-Apr-18
Zebrakiller 03-Apr-18
StickFlicker 03-Apr-18
Zebrakiller 03-Apr-18
milnrick 03-Apr-18
Zebrakiller 03-Apr-18
Buffalo1 03-Apr-18
Zebrakiller 04-Apr-18
PAstringking 04-Apr-18
ahunter55 04-Apr-18
ben yehuda 04-Apr-18
Scoot 04-Apr-18
sleddogpa 04-Apr-18
Zebrakiller 05-Apr-18
Zebrakiller 05-Apr-18
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Zebrakiller 05-Apr-18
sleddogpa 18-Jul-18
From: Zebrakiller
03-Apr-18

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I was lucky enough to hunt the Arabian Oryx last week and what a hunt I had, and on day three I finally laid eyes on a bull, had one great stalk on hands and knees and I ended up getting a shot off at 28 yards, what a beautiful animal and one I will never forget,

From: Zebrakiller
03-Apr-18

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03-Apr-18

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From: smarba
03-Apr-18
Congrats! Is this the same as a scimitar horned oryx?

From: Zebrakiller
03-Apr-18
No different species

From: smarba
03-Apr-18
The horns were straighter than I've seen on scimitar but the coloration looked somewhat similar. Any type of oryx spot and stalk is a well-earned trophy!

From: Zebrakiller
03-Apr-18
thank you and much smaller a big male 150 190 lbs

From: Zebrakiller
03-Apr-18

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scimitar

From: Zebrakiller
03-Apr-18

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Arabian

From: GhostBird
03-Apr-18
Congratulations Bill... nice looking critter.

From: milnrick
03-Apr-18
Beautiful specimen, congratulations. May I ask where it was taken?

From: Drahthaar
03-Apr-18
Beautiful. Forrest

From: DoorKnob
03-Apr-18
How does he taste?

From: Zebrakiller
03-Apr-18
Find out this week doorknob

From: StickFlicker
03-Apr-18
It went extinct in the wild in the early 70's, and the few remaining specimens were bred in my home town at the Phoenix Zoo. The offspring were later sent to various other zoos to perpetuate the species, including the San Diego Wild Animal Park, and ultimately reintroduced back to its homeland. This is the first time the IUCN has reclassified a species as vulnerable after it had been listed as extinct in the wild.

From: Zebrakiller
03-Apr-18
Yes stickflicker. Thanks this a great come back.

From: milnrick
03-Apr-18
Congratulations from Lady Bowhunter. Now I need one !

From: Zebrakiller
03-Apr-18
Go it's a sweet hunt

From: Buffalo1
03-Apr-18
Congrats Bill on a great trophy !! No doubt a cousin to a Scimitar. What outfitter & state were you hunting the Arabian oryx?

From: Zebrakiller
04-Apr-18

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also got a management Water buffalo

From: PAstringking
04-Apr-18
Nice trophies. Congrats

From: ahunter55
04-Apr-18
Awesome.. Water buff too..

04-Apr-18
Congrats.

They are impressive animals. I was fortunate to see some of those that were reintroduced in Israel in the Negev desert.

Very cool.

From: Scoot
04-Apr-18
Beautiful animal! Congrats!!!

From: sleddogpa
04-Apr-18
Great looking animal. How are you going to stuff him?

From: Zebrakiller
05-Apr-18

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Taxi still looking at options for me, we shot a few other Buffalo and a Scimitar also

From: Zebrakiller
05-Apr-18

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05-Apr-18

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05-Apr-18

From: sleddogpa
18-Jul-18
Very nice critters!!

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