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kennym
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[thumbsup] [clapper] [thumbsup]

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Stay sharp, Kenny.

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[clapper]
very cool.

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Bjorn
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Way to go guys! That youngster has style!
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Irish
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Looks like much fun! Enjoy your time with the little guy, they grow up too fast.

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Mel Riley

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The Whittler
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That was really nice, thanks for pics and video.

Alan

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Arwin
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Time like that, especially when it's one on one, is so special. He'll remember that forever!!
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Just one more step.....please!

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Scott F >>---> @

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real awesome curt.
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Thanx....I love sharing my little man with you guys....

More stump killin....I strapped my ultra pod to a sapling just off to the side of his target stump.....
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Same stump...me from about 30 and Cade from about 10yds....and the result....
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Nursing after a bout with some briars....
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Again me first from long distance and then him from "Cade range".....
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"I love you Daddy".......My son Cade while stump shooting 3/19/06

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It was pretty much a blizzard by the time we finished up......catching snowflakes....

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Next time "grandpa's" coming with us [thumbsup]

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"I love you Daddy".......My son Cade while stump shooting 3/19/06

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I especially liked the OH! after each shot!!!!

Outstanding indeed!!!

Thanks for sharing.

Jake

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Awesome, Dude. They keep you young don't they? You've got him headed down the right path.

David

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LOL! thanks for sharing.

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DW
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Curt, the video's are great and I, too, love the OH! after the shot..Sky and I try to stump shoot at least once a week and it's some of the most fun we have with the bow. No pressure and we shoot Dinosaurs, grizzlies, moose, etc....we even shot a '47 Ford a couple of weeks ago.. [biglaugh] Don and Sky

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Great stuff!

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