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  • n. Plural form of huntress.


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  • I think John Barsness wrote when reviewing the Browning A-Bolt that his wife prefers the A-Bolt because with her weaker fingers (apologies to the huntresses reading), she finds she could load cartridges on the Browning detachable better than on a fixed magazine rifle.

    Why I Hate Detachable Magazines

  • The only problem I have with pretty huntresses getting TV show is that it seems to be a prerequisite for women to get shows, which is OBVIOUSLY not the case with men.

    Deer Hunting Divas

  • This woman shares few similarities with the Wyoming huntresses I personally know.

    The Meat Not Eaten

  • I love feeling a part of the tradition of American huntresses, which stretches back to those black and white, turn of the century photos you see of skirt-wearing, rifle-toting sportswomen.

    Uncategorized Blog Posts

  • It was great to see such a range of experiences within even just one small group of huntresses.

    Uncategorized Blog Posts

  • My certainty in this matter was due, not to any exalted sense of my own desirableness to women, but to my anything but exalted concept of women as instinctive huntresses of men.


  • Hey Ishawooa ... us huntresses do clean up pretty good.

    It Takes All Kinds

  • Hunting really does have all kinds of folks, and I am sad that F&S felt we huntresses were not the kind of folks they wanted.

    It Takes All Kinds

  • Thank you to everyone for thier support of us huntresses.

    Ladies in distress! Rally up boys and girls!

  • You should start a blog - there's always room for more huntresses in the blogosphere!

    Turkeys in Training


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