In the new film Concussion, Will Smith’s character discovers the traumatic effects of football on players’ brains. (If you haven’t seen the movie, this really isn’t a spoiler. It’s in every commercial.) Smith mentions the bighorn sheep to show that some animals are built to repeatedly bash heads without killing themselves in the process, unlike men.
Smith’s explanation was cut short, but Sporting Classics‘ rifle editor, Ron Spomer, finishes up where he left off. Spomer details how and why sheep strike their heads together throughout the year, as well as how to age a mature ram.
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