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heavyfire99
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[ November 30, 2010, 04:32 PM: Message edited by: Guru ]

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for the last 2 years i've had the absolute worst luck. this year things have changed ALOT. i have been in the woods 4 times and have had shot oppurtunities every time..

today, we got in the woods at o'dark thirty and got settled in. we had a buck chasing a doe in the dark and gone in no time. as you all new yorkers know, we got hammered with rain. today finally let up and we had a few hours of no rain and it was very very damp. i got a chill and stood up and looked around and there he was... a decent buck standing not 10 steps away. he had no idea in the world i was there. i grabbed my zona custom recuve and picked a spot and drew, i got to my anchor, took a deep breath, and the release came subconciously. i watched the arrow zip through the buck EXACTLY where i was looking. the beman arrow and magnus 2 blade broadhead went through him like a hot knife through butter. the buck hopped and leg kicked and walked 15 feet and looked back to what spooked him. i watched as blood was pouring out of the exit wound and he got wobbly and fell over. not a giant deer but my 2nd deer with a recurve. a nice 2.5 year old "9" point if you count the 1" points at his bases, if not, he's a 6pt, 130lbs dressed.
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Great job! Congrats on a fine animal!

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steadman
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Very nice!

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Chisler
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Nice deer HF99 and great shot! Man I love that quiver.
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rastaman
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Nice deer sir! [thumbsup] [thumbsup]

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They are all trophies taken with a bow, Nice buck and bow, Congrats! [thumbsup]
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lunatic11
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Congrats ! Very beautiful pics !
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longrifle
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congrats from western n.y.,like the flag on your quiver.

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good job and great pics. Joe

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bolong
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[thumbsup] Congrats on a nice buck!
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