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Bobby Urban
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Decided to stop letting deer go by and take the next doe that offered a shot Monday night so that I could break in my new Jess Stuart RMR knock off. With the 45@25 limbs, a Grizz stick shaft and WW head it zipped right through at 20ish yards. Pretty sure she had no clue what happened. Just a couple initial bounds and then 10 seconds or so standing and looking back until she got a little wobbly and did the death run. Watched her fall in the two track I walk in on.

I also(finally) got to use one of my own knives for the peace work. I usually have given them all away prior to the season starting so have never gut a deer with one of my own. This one is a little Cable over 15n20 over 1080 san mai. It worked as required and retained a nice edge - Can't ask for much more I guess.
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GRINCH
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Congrats,looks like everything worked well.

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rastaman
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Good shooting sir! [thumbsup] [thumbsup]

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SAM E. STEPHENS
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Looks like the new bow worked well , congrats.....
,,Sam,,,

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huntsman247
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Excellent on both counts!!
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SheltonCreeker
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Sweet! Nothing like using your own equipment. Nice doe!

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"Other things being equal, it is the man who shoots with his heart in his bow that hits the mark." Dr. Saxton Pope

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djohnson
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Congrats!!!

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Nice deer and good lookin knife!

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Anointed Archer
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very nice!

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wooddamon1
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[thumbsup] [thumbsup]

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Bisch
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Congrats on the doe!

Bisch

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joe ashton
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out standing..

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Joe Ashton,D.C.
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Arwin
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[clapper]

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Just one more step.....please!

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Big Ed
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Well done!!

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Tsalt
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Nice shot! I like the knife too. 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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