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Sarah Dowling peered into a swampy marsh on a hunting trip in Sandwich earlier this month. Her hunting partner Kara Peterson had seen some deer earlier in the day.
Sarah Dowling peered into a swampy marsh on a hunting trip in Sandwich earlier this month. Her hunting partner Kara Peterson had seen some deer earlier in the day. (Globe Photo / Joe Giblin) Globe Photo / Joe Giblin

Gun-toting sorority

Women taking aim as game hunters

By Kathleen Burge
Globe Staff / December 26, 2004

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SANDWICH -- First there was movement, brown fur gliding through brown forest, and then the doe crept into view. One blast from the hunter's shotgun, and the doe fell, laying still against the dead leaves. (Full article: 1167 words)

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