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From Nevada’s The Record-Courier:

_Most hunters would agree that a 250-yard kill shot on a large, four-point buck in the high desert country of Elko County is a pretty good take, even better when the hunter turns out to be 75-year-old great-grandmother Doris Bauman.

“I took the picture of the deer to my church, because I wanted everyone to know why I wasn’t at the meeting that day,” Bauman said at The Record-Courier office on Tuesday. “My boys (she has three) made me get it mounted. . . .”_

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