"Elk have 32 teeth including the "ivories" so prized by hunters. These are not real ivory, instead incisiform canine teeth or better known by the terms of "whistlers" " buglers" and elk teeth. These two teeth are located in the forward portion of the upper jaw, one on each side."
Even though they are not real ivory like elephant tusks on a molecular level they are like ivory in their physical characteristics. In other words they shine up real nice.
[ This Message was edited by: rather_be_huntin on 2003-08-01 11:32 ]
We all spend our time at the range, making sure our rifle is shooting just right. We get it dialed in, and then we head to the woods, ready to shoot our animal. Well, what happens if the animal comes out where you do not expect it? Will you be able to make the shot?
This scenario has happened to me. My first deer I ever shot, I had to shoot left handed. I had never practiced that way, and paid for it by having my nose broken with the scope. If I had just...