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daveycrockett
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[thumbsup] [campfire]
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Huntingnut
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Good job! Great shot btw.
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joe ashton
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very good.

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ejhorstick
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congrats
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ymountainman
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A flat spoon? Id like to see a pic of that. That is a awesome kill with that equipment good shot too!
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Lee Lobbestael
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A spoon I pounded flat with a hammer and then cut into a point with a band saw and creating the edges with a sander and then a file and honing rod. The point is on the broken end of my arrow down by my gut pile somewhere because I forgot to grab it. I will go hunt it down and take a picture of it tomorrow.
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djohnson
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Congrats! [thumbsup]

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Cyclic-Rivers
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Well Done. Congrats all around.

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Lee Lobbestael
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Here is a picture of the spoon point I killed it with.  -
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Mr.Vic
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[archer] Very cool... congratulations!

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Bernie B.
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That's a nice fat buck! Congratulations not only on a good buck, but for using your homemade equipment. Well done! [thumbsup]

Bernie

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Kris
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Hey Man...huge congratulations! You took this guy the coolest way you could have...all home made equipment and with a very excellent shot! I absolutely love it! This to me represents what traditional archery is truly all about!

Keep the faith brother...

Kris

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Homey88
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That is impressive!!!
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Lee Lobbestael
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Thanks guys!
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Bonebuster
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GREAT JOB!!!

Looks like possibly a 2 1/2 yr old buck, good one to kill.

Just goes to show it ain`t just a fork that will kill ya`!

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