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Ron Haines
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Congrats on a healthy doe.

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Ron

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2hats
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It is all over now. The bug bites and you'll never forget that first one with trad equipment and it only gets better from here....Congrats from
Va. [thumbsup]

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You do not realize now what I am doing,but later you will understand.Book of John
Bow list just keeps on growing and growing.....

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188 INCHES
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Well done. Excellent table fare!
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Arwin
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Awesome!!

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Just one more step.....please!

Michigan Longbow Association

Some dude with a stick and string chasing things.

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Whispers Death
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It is a Martin Savannah 55# @ 28". I only draw it about 26" so I'm pulling about 47# according to my bow scale and ruled arrow. Seems to be plenty with a 200 grain STOS broadhead. I also made the quiver. I just got back into traditional archery this year after a ten year hiatus. I carried a Jeffrey royal hunter for a few years, but never took anything bigger than a squirrel. Figured I'd spice things up a bit.....don't have to carry a tool box now.

Whispers Death

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joe ashton
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that is good looking deer good job.Joe

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Joe Ashton,D.C.
pronghorn long bow 54#
black widow long bow 55#
21 century long bow 55#
big horn recurve 58#

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Malery Oxendine
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Is that a 21st edge longbow. great pics, thanks for sharing.
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Tom-Wisconsin
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Looks like a sweet bow. Congrats on a great hunt. [clapper]

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"A clean kill or no kill, Lord
Such is my heart's desire
Give me the skill to make it so
Or let me hold my fire"
Timothy D. Cook
40# Indian Archery Recurve 1965
Wisconsin Traditional Archers

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ratgunner
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[clapper]

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TGMM "Brotherhood of the Bow" "Family of the Bow"

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koger
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Looks like a fine eating doe, and a nice bow, is that a Savanah?

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samuel koger

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Jim P
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Good Job, got my first longbow deer this year also, its a great feeling. CONGRATS
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the longbowkid
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nice job, [thumbsup] just stuck my first with a longbow. sure is a great feeling! [Big Grin]

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Anneewakee Addiction longbow 56" 50@28

"too many people live under the misguided impression that death is the worst possible of natural events"
-John G. Mitchell, "The Hunt"

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bowhawk archer
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Way to go on your first! Congrats!
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James Oertel
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great feeling ain't it congrads!!!

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life is too short,enjoy it !!!

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joevan125
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Just got my first dont you wish we would have started shooting trad years ago, great job. [thumbsup]

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Joe Van Kilpatrick

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