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bkupris
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Had to settle for this little one this year. I was running out of hunting time on my vacation in Michigan and was glad to connect with one before my return to the UK. Fifteen yards from tree stand, my shot was a bit high and just below the spine but managed a good pass through one lung. Took the sight off the bow this year so pleased with a barebow success...

1972 Herters takedown recurve 47#
Budget 125 grain Easton 3 blade broadhead


http://brian.ckupris.com/gallery/main.php?g2_view=core.DownloadItem&g2_itemId=470&g2_serialNumber=1

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Brian Kupris

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Bill Turner
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Congratulations on the doe.Did you take her with your Herters TD recurve? Can't be many of those still being hunted. Thanks for sharing.

[clapper]

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bkupris
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Hi Bill

Yeah used the old Herters TD.

Thanks

Brian

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Do you plan to keep the sights off, or were you just giving it a try? I am just curious. By the way, congratulations on what sounds like your first bare-bow deer!

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Terry Green
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Congrats....

Enter the addy in the box that comes up when you click the image box....and you pic will post in your thread.

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loco_cacahuate
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Congrats. [clapper]

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tradtusker
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thats what i like well done! good eating there [Big Grin]

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robtattoo
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Good job Bri! [thumbsup]

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Arwin
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Congrats! A doe that size here taste REALLY good! Also congrats on your barebow success! One less thing to worry about.

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mjc
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congrats on your doe, perfect size to eat.
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