It's 13 this year.
Type: Posts; User: Bitterroot Bulls
It's 13 this year.
Shouldn't be too far off.
Was the mirror totally flush to the objective?
Hmmm 411-20 eh?
Lots of great areas to hunt in that district, but you might want to hire a pilot... ;)
Either will get you close.
I count clicks.
No they do not.
They use the same optical technology (coatings, etc.) as the VX-3. The Mark4 version does have side focus rather than AO though. That particular Mark 4 scope (and the VX-3...
That is awesome!
These are in excellent shape.
$140 Shipped CONUS.
Paypal gift or $145 to cover fee.
Yep results are up,
Congrats to the lottery winners!
Thanks. It is the performance hoody. I wear it everywhere.
No I haven't.
Here is the interior (I am 5-9 175):
And with the door closed:
I will set it up in the yard and get some interior pics today.
I have posted this one before ...
I will see if I have an interior pic somewhere...
i have the Contrail. It is my go-to solo shelter. While it isn't like a 4 season tent, with a tight pitch it handles some pretty good wind, in my experience. The corners of the floor...
It only works inflated.
the Kuiu Attacks are my favorite hunting pant, and they are good in a wide variety of weather and conditions.
Is the extra expense worth it for the newest Swaro lines? Nobody but you can answer that for you, my friend. It sounds to me like you have other things to work into your budget. The Meopta's I...
If you have the budget for the Razor HDs, I strongly recommend you look into the Meopta Meostar HD. IMO, It will provide you with what you are looking for in performance.
This binocular is also...
Glad to help. You made a great choice. Enjoy.
A footbed alone won't prevent heel slip. You will need to find a boot that fits in a way that keeps your heel on the footbed. Spending the money on custom fitting can help.
Knappy, heel blisters are the result of heel slip. So either the boots are too big, the heel cup doesn't fit right, or the uppers don't flex forward well, and your heel is lifting off the footbed. ...
Those numbers are close to my guessed numbers, but I was short on the G1s and G2s. It is hard to see 4 1/2 inches of G1's even from the side angle, but as we have discussed, pics are tough.
Those are awesome pics. Thanks!
I find the very idea that 270 Win. is inadequate for elk to be laughable.
There are other calibers that offer more range, less drift, etc., but used within its limits (decent bullet, moderate...