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BEA
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received this new psa x for a christmas present last year.....
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Aim Hard...There Is Alot at Stake !

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Big Ed
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Man I would say she's got some MOJO!!!

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"Get kids involved in the outdoors"

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Benny Nganabbarru
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Wow! You're having a great year! Congratulations! Where abouts did you hunt the pig? What are the specifications for your set-up? Cheers, Ben

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BEA
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it's 48 @ 28...bocote....62 inches in length.

using beaman classics 500 @ 9.7 per inch. The bh on all 3 critters was magnus stinger 125 g.

the pig was taken in maine - fenced operation- but i had to drive right past it on my annual turkey hunt in Maine....differant - but fun!

the antelope was in Wyoming and the bear was here in my home province of Nova Scotia.

Currently trying to fill my 2 deer tags....without much success lol! They are proving harder than normal this year....been out every evening and a couple mornings as well....passed on one small doe, and that was really my only shot opportunity thus far! Seen a couple out of bow range, and busted by a couple others.....back out in the morning tho!

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Aim Hard...There Is Alot at Stake !

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Bisch
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Congrats!

Bisch

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rastaman
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Awesome animals! [thumbsup] [thumbsup]

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FerretWYO
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I would say that new widow is almost broke in. Awesome year you have had Sir.

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Goke
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Very Nice.
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Gatekeeper
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Its a keeper for sure.

Congratulations, those are some great looking animals.

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“I can tell by your hat that you’re not from around here.”

Casher from Brookshires Food Store in Albany, Texas during 2009 Pig Gig

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joe ashton
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that bow has some mojo............

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Joe Ashton,D.C.
pronghorn long bow 54#
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cacciatore
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Congrats for your game.It looks that the BW is been put at good use.

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Chris Surtees
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[thumbsup] [thumbsup]
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Nook
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Now that's a busy bow. Great hunting weapon. Congrats. jeff

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"After all, it is not the killing that brings satisfaction; it is the contest of skill and cunning. The true hunter counts his achievement in proportion to the effort involved and the fairness of the sport." Dr. Saxton Pope
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Dave Bowers
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great kills...congrats [thumbsup]
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Congratulations. Did you weigh or measure the bear?
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