Welcome aboard guy!
Type: Posts; User: Bonecollector
Welcome aboard guy!
All I can say is WWWWOOOOWWWWWWWWWWW!
Thanks for these pics. He is huge!!
I 2nd this quote as I've made the same comparison. :-)
I like the concept, but not sure on it assisting in the bow's maximum efficiency. Always a fan of innovation.
Agreed. Last year was a great step in the right direction. So far, winter has not been too bad this year. Let's hope for good things to come! :-)
I've watched some vids on this rig. Not sure I like it, but again, have not shot it.
That said, I am a Bowtech Fan as they have put out some great bows the past 3 years.
Awesome Trip! Congratulations.
Yeah, I remember the stories & videos of these awesome bucks.
Chest, Biceps, & Traps last night.
Sounds solid! I too am looking forward to next year even though I am still doing some late season bow hunting here in Ohio.
6 miles on Saturday morning.
Wapita, I saw a great article on fluting and cooling and it has no effect. It was university study.
I've been researching a lot on reloading, barrels, and guns/ammo in general. The amount of info is...
I'm sure you'll put it to good use Scott.
I envy your scenic hikes Winchester!
I still think FSU is wayyyy over-rated this year. They should fall to Oregon...in a big way.
Scott, Tire Flipping is good also as long as it is heavy enough. Usually tractor tires are not big enough, but can work.
Sounds like fun. I usually try to sling the sledge\maul when a chunk of wood...
Good work Costalarms. Slow & Steady.
Congrats! Give us a few details.
Understood Scott. I've been there in the past. Cardio is definately easier than lifting weights at 6am.
I've often thought, I can balance this barbell on my chest and almost nap! lol Probably not a...
That'll leave a mark! :-)
awesome story and pictures. Congrats.
Awesome pics. It's nice to see nature "in action".
Thanks for sharing.
which Garmin 62 is the better unit for the money?