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T Lail
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may be a revolution to the archery world ?????? [biglaugh]

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Steve Jr
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LOL , that's pretty funny

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Steve Jr

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Michael Arnette
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😂😂😂 that's something I would do
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BAK
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BTDT - lol

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"May your blood trails be short and your drags all down hill."

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creekwood
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BTDT GTTSAWIO...I had to look that up.
(Been there done that Got the tee shirt and wore it out)

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Red Beastmaster
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My buddy chopped 36 shields to fletch a dozen cedars. Every one of them was pointing the wrong way when loaded in the chopper. All worthless.

Stuff happens.

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There is no great fun, satisfaction, or joy derived from doing something that's easy. Coach John Wooden

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fmscan
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Keep your day job.... I always appreciate a guy that doesn't take himself too seriously....
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Sam McMichael
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I don't feel so bad anymore.

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Rick Richard
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Now I have seen it all. Lol.
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Carcajou
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Gave me a chuckle

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Butchie
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[goldtooth]

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"Don't worry about the old blind mule, just keep a load in the wagon!"

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elkken
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Could be the start of something new and innovative ... put the other two on and see what happens [thumbsup] [thumbsup]

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Roadkill
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Yeah, done it—bet it is noisy when fully fletched and shot. Like having a parachute.

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goodness of woodness, Semper Fidelis. Molon labe

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NY Yankee
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Not sometimes, USUALLY!

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Elk don't know how many feet a horse has!

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M60gunner
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So since I last posted I Tried to match the orginal post. But I did it with right wing feathers in a left jig!! I had somehow put a package of right wing feathers in one of my left wing storage boxes. I have a left wing cock feather and two right wing hen feathers on this arrow. What is weird is these 4” feathers look like I straight fletched them. Really did not realize I errored until I happened to look at the package. What the heck, I try it.
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