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  1. Wow! Already way more than I had pictured, looks...

    Wow! Already way more than I had pictured, looks great.
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    Sticky: Thanks muck boot! Would use these for everyday...

    Thanks muck boot! Would use these for everyday wear and tear.
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    You are right Scott. The standard "patrolman"...

    You are right Scott. The standard "patrolman" body armour is for effective defense against pistols, but when you start talking about center fire rifles they are no longer bullet proof, unless the...
  4. Looking great Mark!

    Looking great Mark!
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    That's funny! I had to read your post a couple...

    That's funny! I had to read your post a couple times to figure out what you meant.
  6. Looks good Mark! Can't wait to see what's next.

    Looks good Mark! Can't wait to see what's next.
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    This is some scary language!

    This is some scary language!
  8. Thread: Spring Bear

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    I think with this warm weather it could be a...

    I think with this warm weather it could be a great year to find a good one. Typically the cold and snow pack keeps them close to their dens until mid May, but this year could be good right off the...
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    There is plenty of good public access, and plenty...

    There is plenty of good public access, and plenty of elk around. You will run into a few people but it shouldn't be anything you can't deal with. The quality of bulls isn't the greatest but I think...
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    Going to be archery only again for me, and it's...

    Going to be archery only again for me, and it's going to have to be a bruiser or bust. Spotting scope and green grass will be your best two friends in the spring, short of finding a sow. Other than...
  11. I take a Bowsmith multi-tool. It has every tool...

    I take a Bowsmith multi-tool. It has every tool you will ever need to work on your bow in one compact piece of equipment, and it's about the same size as a leatherman. I also keep an old set of...
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    Also don't buy the triple reeds or "mature" bull...

    Also don't buy the triple reeds or "mature" bull elk reeds, as they are definitely harder to use. Practice with a single reed and you will have a lot more success early on.
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    Got ya I missed your original point. I wouldn't...

    Got ya I missed your original point. I wouldn't get to hung up on trying to slide from low notes to high notes and into a grunt, very few bulls actually give you a "full" bugle every time. Start...
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    Some day I will be fortunate enough to own one,...

    Some day I will be fortunate enough to own one, hopefully. Good to see them here.
  15. I used them for the first time last year and my...

    I used them for the first time last year and my only regret was that I didn't get a pair sooner. Size runs true, and I wear a light/mid weight wool sock and have never had a blister even while...
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    This is very true, along with what 25contender...

    This is very true, along with what 25contender said. I would start by trying it put as much pressure on the reed as you can while blowing air over it, and are still able to get some sound. Once you...
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    Sticky: Thanks Eastman's for doing this every year. I...

    Thanks Eastman's for doing this every year. I honestly didn't think I would win with so many great stories this year. Thanks Mark for putting your time into this also, can't wait to see the...
  18. Sticky: Any update?

    Any update?
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    Okie those are without a doubt some terrible...

    Okie those are without a doubt some terrible accidents. Makes me think twice about my position on the subject, but I still don't think I would wear orange if I didn't have to. Maybe it's due to a...
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    Thanks for the example. I stand corrected.

    Thanks for the example. I stand corrected.
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    +1 for Moultrie. Mine have worked great,...

    +1 for Moultrie. Mine have worked great, batteries last and they take good photos.
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    From what I understand, there was a study done...

    From what I understand, there was a study done with the data from states that do not require orange and it was found that there have been zero accidental shootings from a person mistaking another...
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    I wish I saw that many big bulls at once. Funny...

    I wish I saw that many big bulls at once. Funny how the only elk I see each year is the one I shoot, weird how that works.:p
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    Hunters orange under 18 yoa

    I see that MT may be going to only require hunter orange for those under 18 years of age. I think it is a good idea, as I cannot stand wearing orange while bow hunting during the rifle seasons,...
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    Your petty good with Photoshop eberle! ;)

    Your petty good with Photoshop eberle! ;)
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