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benny
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That's a nice collection!
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mangonboat
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I wish I'd never seen that photo of your 16" round griddle , Chuck. Now I'm gonna have to find one.

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I've adopted too many bows that needed a good home.

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Just scored well seasoned 10" griswald at a yard sale for 1 dollar. Still had some dried egg on the sides. A light scrub with a little steel wool n cold water and I've been frying spam for breakfast the last 4 days in it. Super smooth and non stick. They are out there if you look.................

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Dave Bulla
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Awesome collection Alaskabowhunter!

I'm curious about you using those big round end roasters for deep frying. Do they get much of that gummy residue you typically get on any deep fryer? I suspect it would depend on the duration of the frying session.

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I've come to believe that the keys to shooting well for me are good form, trusting the bow to do all the work, and having the confidence in the bow and myself to remain motionless and relaxed at release until the arrow hits the mark.

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alaskabowhunter
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I haven't had many problems with my cast iron getting sticky after use... I clean and wash them, then I don't oil them before storage. I trust my seasoning to do it's job. If a piece does get tacky, then a quick bake in the oven for one hour at 500 degrees cures that problem. Then again, I don't oil the cast after seasoning in the oven. Good luck
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