Arlan Shandy has carried his 50-year-old .270 for a lot of miles since he used it on the opening day of Kansas' first deer season in 1965.
Arlan Shandy has carried his 50-year-old .270 for a lot of miles since he used it on the opening day of Kansas' first deer season in 1965. Michael Pearce The Wichita Eagle
Arlan Shandy has carried his 50-year-old .270 for a lot of miles since he used it on the opening day of Kansas' first deer season in 1965. Michael Pearce The Wichita Eagle

Deer seasons, and deer knowledge, expand over the years in Kansas

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