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deerstalker

a person who stalks deer, esp in order to shoot them
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Deer Stalker was bought privately in July by Mr Hallam from brothers Joe and Simon Blandford, of Netherton Farm, Eastnor, Hereford, who were also the breeders of Top Notch.
Deer stalkers must also pass a shooting competency test.
Browning's Maxus gas-operated, 12-gauge, semiauto shotgun adds more models for 2011, including the Maxus Hunter, Maxus All-Purpose Mossy Oak Break-Up Infinity, Maxus Rifled Deer Mossy Oak Break-Up Infinity, Maxus Rifled Deer Stalker, Maxus Sporting Carbon Fiber and Maxus Sporting.
If you're going to brave the big chill, you need a snuggly wardrobe full of cosy knits, boot warmers, deer stalker hats and undies that will warm and slim at the same time.
Gordon Smith wore a balaclava and deer stalker as he walked into a Spar store and started waving a knife at two female shop assistants.
The gun I chose after reviewing several contenders was a Browning Gold Rifled Deer Stalker shotgun.
Yesterday McMorn, a self-employed gamekeeper and deer stalker, of Ancroft Town Farm, near Berwick, was fined pounds 600 with pounds 70 costs after admitting four offences relating to the illegal possession and storage of pesticides.
As numbers rise, so does the appetite for deer stalking, with the British Association of Shooting and Conservation (BASC) now recording 13,000 deer stalker members - an increase of 30 per cent in the last decade.
To cap it all off there is a silent, grumpy old bloke sitting in a large chair resembling an egg, scowling at you whilst dressed in a massive coat with buffalos on it, and a deer stalker hat with ginger pubes protruding from the sides - his only utterances being a desperate need for Diet Coke.
A lot of the ideas about Sherlock Holmes were created by the actor Basil Rathbone - things like the deer stalker hat and pipe.
Hat styles tested included the pith helmet, deer stalker, cowboy, bush trek and straw hats, but the one most adaptable to a farmer's lifestyle resembles those worn by the French Foreign Legion.
Lisa, who is married to deer stalker Ross, 32, and mum to Millie, five, Alice, four, and Hannah, 11 months, said her two oldest daughters had raised money for a defibrillator for their village as they've been brought up seeing how their grandad saves lives.