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Rocks
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Pretty cool, congrats!
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Benny Nganabbarru
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Well-done!

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TGMM - Family of the Bow

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bowhunterfrompast
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Congrats [thumbsup]

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Rick Wakeman
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American Broadhead Collectors Club

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saumensch
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that is awesome! congrats

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And sometimes our dreams they float like anchors in hopeless waters oh way down here
Sometimes it seems that all that matters most are all the things that you can't keep
(William Elliot Whitmore)

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Pinecone
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Wow! Fantastic achievement!

Claudia

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TGMM Family of the Bow

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Broken Arrow 1
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Awseome I shot at a doe at 6 yards and missed with a bone point and self bow.I made the point not the bow. What a rush.

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Its not the size of the animal you hunt that matters. Its how you hunt the animal.

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pharcher
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WOW!! Just WOW!!! I am humbled and very impressed! That just may be one of the coolest things that I have ever seen! Congradulations to you sir!

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Mechslasher
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good job and what a rush. i killed a nice boar with the same type of arrow set up last year and a static recurve selfbow i made. no other feeling can compare.

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"There is beauty and magic in a drawn bow."

Cade (SC)

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Over&Under
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Yup, thats gotta make ya feel great!!! Nice Job!!

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“Elk (add hogs to the list) are not hard to hit....they're just easy to miss" [Smile]

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billy shipp
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Good going Benjy. It's nice taking a deer period, but doing it with a cane shaft and a head you knapped HAS to be a great satisfaction.
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doug g
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Nice, nice nice!

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TGMM

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Boone the Hunter
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that's awesome, love the pic, congrats!

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Love the Lord, love your wife and kids, work hard, hunt harder

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joevan125
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WOW very nice.

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Joe Van Kilpatrick

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