Hyland and his friends hunting in Morgan County. The birds are chukars, a type of grouse that’s found largely in the western United States, pheasants, a Chinese bird that was imported into this country about 100 years ago and quail.
A 3-point (Western Count; they only count the points on one side of the deer or elk, as opposed to Eastern count which counts all of the points) Mule deer that I harvested near a place called Lost Cabin, Wyoming. I was up on a bluff and the deer was about 300 yards out and below. I was shooting a 7MM Remington Magnum rifle.
That’s my “Buffalo Bill Buck”. I was on a horseback hunt up in the Absoroka Range in northern Wyoming, when I saw the buck; whipped my .338 Winchester Magnum from my saddle scabbard, jumped out of the saddle and shot the buck all in 5 seconds. Of course when I shot, my horse hauled a_ _ out of there and it took an hour to go and find him. I was up in about 8,000 feet in elevation and in 2 feet of snow.