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#207909 - 09/02/20 04:52 PM Re: Mark Hampton and FA 44 in Alaska [Re: rougerocco]
Mark Hampton
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Many Thanks for the kind words!

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#207939 - 09/03/20 03:03 PM Re: Mark Hampton and FA 44 in Alaska [Re: Mark Hampton]
KRal
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Congrats, Mark!
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#207973 - 09/08/20 01:07 PM Re: Mark Hampton and FA 44 in Alaska [Re: KRal]
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congrats Sir!
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#207975 - 09/08/20 05:48 PM Re: Mark Hampton and FA 44 in Alaska [Re: reflex264]
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Awesome Mark! Two goats, quite an accomplishment.
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#207996 - 09/10/20 05:09 PM Re: Mark Hampton and FA 44 in Alaska [Re: Gregg Richter]
sixshot
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Very well done Mark, Mountain Goats with a revolver is some rare stuff, 2 of them on the same hunt is like hitting the lottery.
Great shooting buddy, looks like those Hornady XTP's worked perfectly for you, outstanding!

Dick

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#207997 - 09/10/20 07:45 PM Re: Mark Hampton and FA 44 in Alaska [Re: sixshot]
Mark Hampton
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Dick, Hope you're recovering and feeling better.
Recovered one of the XTPs. Shot the nanny from 58 yards, quartering away. Bullet passed thru and went thru front shoulder lodging in the hide on the opposite side. Recovered bullet weighed 233 grs. and looks almost as if it were shot in gelatin. I'll send you a pic.
Take care of yourself and get well soon!

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#208018 - 09/13/20 08:10 PM Re: Mark Hampton and FA 44 in Alaska [Re: Mark Hampton]
cmnash
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To me, this is just an INCREDIBLE feat of handgun hunting. Taking a Mountain Goat with a revolver would be the stuff of many hunters dreams,so you went and did it TWICE. Impressed doesn't quite cover it. I enjoy reading of all your adventures, and look forward to the next.

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#208304 - 10/03/20 10:23 AM Re: Mark Hampton and FA 44 in Alaska [Re: jamesfromjersey]
billa
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Mark, Beautiful goats. Great achievement with a revolver. Congratulations.
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#208307 - 10/03/20 10:46 AM Re: Mark Hampton and FA 44 in Alaska [Re: billa]
rugernut
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Congratulations Mark! Good to see your still in mountain shape. 😁

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