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Benjy
Contributor 2015
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This is my first deer with a cane, obsidian point(that I knapped), deer antler nock and wild turkey fletchings. Jeffery 62" recurve 55#@29" Man what a rush!! The point went vertically through a rib on one side and poked through the skin on the opposite side. The first picture is how we found him.
Benjy

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RightTrailWrongTime
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huh man that is cool!!!!!!!! I have half a doz cane shafts with turkey feathers from birds I killed just waiting on my rock to show up!!!

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ONLY IN THE WOODS AND FIELDS DO I FEEL ALIVE, LIKE A HUNTER FROM TIMES PAST, ALTHOUGH THE HISS OF MY ARROW GOES FORTH, I AM TAKEN BACK, IT IS MY ESCAPE...

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joe ashton
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outstanding. Joe

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Joe Ashton,D.C.
pronghorn long bow 54#
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trad_bowhunter1965
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Awesome job Benjy.Blake

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trad_bowhunter1965
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[clapper]

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kevgsp
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very cool, congrats
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zipper bowss
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[clapper] [clapper] ALRIGHT BENJY!!! [Not Worthy] [Not Worthy] Very well done!
Congrats
Bill

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ishiwannabe
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Now that is SWEET! Nice job.

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"I lost arrows and didnt even shoot at a rabbit" Charlie after the Island of Trees.
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Gatekeeper
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WOW!!! What a rush is right! Congratulations that IS cool! [thumbsup] [thumbsup] [thumbsup]

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Fletcher
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Congratulations, Benjy! That is too cool.

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swp
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Very COOL! Congrats and nice buck!

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"People say you can't go back, its like when you get to the edge of a cliff and you take one more step forward or you do a 180 degree turn and take one more step forward. Which way are you going? Which one is progress?" Doug Tompkins

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DW
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Congratulations Benjy!!!! Very cool...Don and Skyler

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frank bullitt
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Ben, that is coool! I know what your saying, just took a doe with my first cane arrow. They are great shafts!

Good shootin, Steve.

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Bisch
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I have a selfbow that I want to do that with some day. That is cool.

Congrats,

Bisch

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Mr.Vic
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Way to go Benjy!!! After seeing your knapped heads on those arrows up close Greywolf and i knew you would get it done sooner or later. Awesome!!

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