Wade took aim. Down went the 130 pound doe. He lowered his shotgun and leaned back in his wheelchair. A good shot. "I've got a nice gun, and I know what it will do," he said last Friday, telling the story of the kill as state wildlife officers inspected the deer. The 60 year old Hubbardston resident was among a handful of sportsmen who recently took advantage of a special MassWildlife hunting event offered only to paraplegics and other disabled people in wheelchairs from Oct. 30 to Nov. 1.
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