Last edited by OregonJim; 07-27-2014 at 10:24 PM.
Life member RMEF
Mathews DXT, Bowtech Admiral, Browing .300WSM...... and Swarovski Optiks my wife doesn't know about.
1999 Washington Blacktaill, Bear River GMU, nontypical 6X7
I drive a rental (company provided)... And I drive it like I stole it!
Brave Rifles & Toujours Pret!
Points - Isn't that the unwritten rule with rental's?
How bout a Yugo?
Cowboy Action Shooter; Endowment Life Member-NRA
The Original Rocket Scientist-Retired
"My Father always considered a walk in the mountains as the equivalent of church going."
Haha, I once had to pull a guy out of a nasty hole along the Sweetwater River deer hunting that was driving a Honda mini-van. He made it down the two-track alright, but couldn't get back up. We'd used my tow rope the day before at the house and forgot to throw it back in the morning of the hunt and had to cut out the Honda's seat belts and tie together for a make shift tow rope. The mini-van bottomed out several times while jerking it up the hill as well. I kinda felt bad for the fella, but he got himself in that situation.
1976 Chevy stepside and 2009 Chevy Duramax 2400HD.
I have owned and hunted out of Toyota, Jeep, Dodge, Chevy and now Ford vehicles. My current truck is a 2013 f150 super crew. My experience with all has been that if you take care of them, they are all great. If you abuse them, they are all expensive. Each has its pros and cons. I settled on the super crew for the huge back seat and 4 doors. The only negative IMO with the newer fords are the seats. They aren't nearly as comfortable as the Chevy seats...