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    Keeping in shooting shape

    sick of the snow and shoveling...I grabbed the camear and bow...thought the falling snow would make for some cool footage...what do you think...
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ScvuA...ature=youtu.be

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    I think you need a haircut

    Looks good B!
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    Good job man. You walk really really fast!

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    Actually, been told both of them...Joe...keeping the hair...but not slowing down!

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    I liked it. Good song. I don't see snow like that since I moved out of the Gallatin Valley and into the Banana Belt ... er ... Bitterroot I mean.

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    Good job............if your groups get any tighter you'll be in the market for new arrows

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    Love it!!

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    Have two dozen that need fletched...I am down to 3 good ones...I can't dig into my hunting arrows yet...still have cats to chase

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    I'm with ya Brandon, close range......multiple shots = arrow repair

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    20 yards is too close...shot and 40 and 50 tonight...that is where I start during the day...then move out..65 at my house and 120 out at the farm I shoot at. Long range is a ton of fun...love watching arrows fly!

 

 

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