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Well I think this calender is very tasteful. Its not over doing it, they are not naked. I was given for Christmas the white tailed deer and mule deer one and loved them. Also for the person that said it is only a mag for guys,,, I know a few girls as well as myself and some budies that want to get the 2010 calenders. If I had them in my place of business I don"t think I could get ride of them fast enought. If your making me new ones I have loads sold!!!!!!!!!
Am I understanding that some of the viewers didn't like this calender? Where can I sign up as a photographer on next year's shoot???
Oh I get it...a slang for both ungulate antlers and female body parts so's we can put this in an outdoor mag and cancel our pricey subscriptions to Playboy! SI look out!
How come I never see racks like that when I'm back in the woods?
I want a Rack Calendar!
My wife just ordered a mule deer rack calendar for me. Thanks Outdoor Life! (Fem-Nazis... find another venue)
they are back yea man im happy thx outdoorlife
i think the rack girl gallery is pretty cool
they all look great but there is one that is the best the first one
i love to hunt,i love to fish,and i love perty women.what more can you ask for .keep up the good work.i know what we talk about in deer camp after the backslappins done.suck it up boys.
I have to agree with Jimmy Mesker. I don't think this is the kind of stuff to have in a hunting magazine. My wife and daughter both hunt and both read this magazine. If this is what it is coming to on your newsletter you can stop sending it to me. And if this stuff starts showing up in the magazine itself I will no longer subscribe. You need to re-think your ethics!!
Seriously, this completely ruined your reputation with me. It's too bad you are losing a major demographic by offering this from the homepage. Yep, i'm a woman and a hunter. Will I order your magazine? Nope. Send an email to your male users if your calendar sales suck. Not good marketing.
TWO great rack in each picture OH MAH GAWD!
The ladies are easy on the eyes but if I wanted to see something like this I would subscribe to Maxim or FHM. This is supposed to be an outdoor magazine concerning topics such as hunting, fishing, gear, etc. In this day and age when our heritage is under constant attack we need all the women and young people we can attract to our time honored traditions. This does just the opposite. If your demographic target is all male from the ages of 18 to 45 then by all means keep this up. But I can remember a time when anyone of any age could open the pages of your magazine and not be offended but rather enlightened by articles and stories about the great outdoors. If this is the future of OutDoor Life then I will have to say good to a dear old friend. I do understand that magazines have to change to survive but you have to understand that not all change is good and that sometimes the faithful and loyal must make changes and go elsewhere. Best of luck.
those girls are hot but i think the bikini team has um beat...
damn those are some hotties but they need different poses. they should have rack fights
very nice collection of racks. they need to have rack shows
While pleasant to the eye, I wouldn't want a steady diet of beautiful girls just posing. Thie is a hunting and fishing magazine.
While I personally wouldn’t buy a “Racks Girls” calendar I don’t have a problem with the idea. I just hope it doesn’t turn-off any sportswomen who don’t like the calendars on the home page of OL.com. This isn’t Jack O’Connor’s Outdoor Life.
Some of them Racks are lacking MASS!
i wish i could go fishing with all of them
I'd love to check out this gallery but for some reason I just can't get past the first page.
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