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  1. #11
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    Default Re: Rabbit anatomy and general processing information wanted

    Don't be freaked out by the guts still "working" for a while after the critter is killed. Unless you plan on a head mount with horns, head shot is the way to go.
    There are only two kinds of guns. Those I have and those I want.

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    Default Re: Rabbit anatomy and general processing information wanted

    Quote Originally Posted by Bang View Post
    Don't be freaked out by the guts still "working" for a while after the critter is killed. Unless you plan on a head mount with horns, head shot is the way to go.
    Had this exact thing happen with a squirrel recently. Definitely caught me off guard.

    -Zach

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    Default Re: Rabbit anatomy and general processing information wanted

    Rabbits used to carry a disease called tularemia that could be transferred to dogs. Even the Game Commission warned about feeding your dogs the liver years ago. That part I remember, not sure about the other organs.

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