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Glad I looked here TJ, missed it almost. Mason has a el cheapo metal detector he got one year for his B day. Get you one and go find that arrow bud. We have not lost an arrow yet. Paid for itself many times over with some arrows costing around $15 each it don't take long.

We kept some of the hams and shoulder whole from a very small doe last year and yes, makes some awesome BBQ !!! Wife's Uncle has a BBQ store and we simply drop them off and eat em up, MMMMMM!!

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Great idea Jimmy. Got a very funny story for ya on my ol' Dad. Before he got too old to bowhunt anymore he was aging and had trouble setting up treestands, so I set him up in a alfalfa field corner one year and on opening day he went in and shot and missed a buck. All he kept talking about was that he was ok with the miss but "The dang arrow slid under the grass and I can't find it". Man that drove him nuts. When I went back there to retrieve the stand the next week he had taking the mower back there and scalped down the alfalfa in a long straight fanned out path trying to find that arrow. Hahaha. I about fell over I was laughing so hard.

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Good deal Tom, sounds like a great afternoon.

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Good Shoot'n!
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Nice doe,congrats..

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Very nice! [thumbsup]
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Yep that is a Tasty one Congratulations

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Congratulations!

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62" Morrison Cheyenne 48# @ 28"
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Good job. I use one of those chairs in my turkey blind. Works great.RC
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Congrats!!

I kept looking at the blind photo and wondering why the bow was hanging way over there?? Then I realized your a righty - or I'm a lefty as it may be - Doh??

Looks like a great spot to enjoy the woods from but I would like the chair turned around please :-)

Bob Urban

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That's awesome. I should have a doe in the freezer too but I sent the dang arrow over her back! You drilled her the way it's supposed to be done! congrats!

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Tim Salters

"But his bow remained steady, his strong arms stayed limber, because of the hand of the Mighty One." Genesis 49:24

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Boy, that plate looks delish
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Congrats Tom !!! Way to break in the new Nitro [thumbsup]


Bill

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60" Zipper SXT 52@28"
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Great blind! Congrats!

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Nice set up! Congrats! [thumbsup]

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An arrow can only be shot by pulling it backward.So when life is dragging you back with difficulties, it means that it's going to launch you into something great.

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