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Wow Randy! Great pictures! I love the bow too!
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Randy Morin
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Thanks everybody for the nice's really nice to share with you all here at the gang.

Curt...I was gone (from the internet) for all of November plus some. You did'nt miss anything but I sure did. [Frown]
Yeah that left side sure doesnt match the right. First time I've gotten one like that for sure. You see many like that as a taxidermist? I'm curious how common it is.

Walt/ Kitties yet but I sure would like to atleast get in on a chase. I should be looking for a track this week one morning atleast.

E. dont be gettin all jealous of us've got Atlantic Salmon to fish for! [thumbsup] The hunting can be good for sure, especially after growing up in Vermont, but land access (for Whitetails) is a pain in the arse after a while.

Chisler...thanks Bud, I'm pretty proud of my Bow so I appreciate it.

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Dude Way to go! what a great year you have had! Enjoy those fine venison steaks!

Make a life, not a living

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Awesome year! I hope to have one like that some time. I bet your freezer is FULL!

I believe we choose the stick and string because extreme efforts and obstacles can and should be used to raise personal achievements to new heights and deeper meanings.

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One heck of a year!! Congrats on all accounts [thumbsup] [thumbsup]

"Good Luck" & "Shoot Straight!"

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I have to admit I was eye'in the bow a little myself. I'm not a big fan of the 3-piece longbows but there's sompin' about that one.

Great job, and oh ya save a few of those deer for the rest of us big sky boys!! [thumbsup] [thumbsup]


" about the Sights, Sounds, Smells, and the Hunted...All the hunter has to do is show up"

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