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    Favorite 2014 purchase....

    What is your favorite purchase this year?


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    By far it has been my SMR Paliden 300 Win Mag.
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    My number one favorite item purchased this year is my kifaru nomad pack. The reason it is my favorite is because it's the only thing I purchased this year besides new arrows.

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    My Wyoming elk tag! Oh, you mean gear... Kuiu Attack pants

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timberstalker View Post
    My Wyoming elk tag! Oh, you mean gear... Kuiu Attack pants
    I like the way you think! This fella has his priorities right.

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    I'm going with new PSE DNA SP and a close second is probably my Stone Glacier Terminus.

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    Haven't purchased very much this year- saving for my elk hunt. That said- my favorite so far is my new Fox CC holster. I was very surprised by the quality for a reasonably priced holster. I can wear it all day and don't even really feel it.

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    Favorite 2014 purchase....

    Moved to kuiu this year, hunted hard so far in the heat and can't say enough about the attack pants and Ultra Merino tops. I can't wait for my elk hunt where I can really test out the layering system. Would love an Icon Pro by then too.

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    Bought so much "crap" (my wife's word) it's hard to decide lol. I would have to say my Winchester Mod 70 .300 wsm extreme weather. Can't say enough about it or the Ziess bdc scope.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dearhunter3450 View Post
    Bought so much "crap" (my wife's word) it's hard to decide lol. I would have to say my Winchester Mod 70 .300 wsm extreme weather. Can't say enough about it or the Ziess bdc scope.
    Very nice Dearhunter 3450!! My son has one of those and a Zeiss scope as well and he loves that thing. He's away at college in Texas now and I might have to sneak it out of the safe so it doesn't feel lonely and take it for a walk!!

    Mine would be the .280AI I am having put together on a Classic Model 70 Sporter. The stock will be pillar and glass bedded, a Douglas premium match barrel put on 1-9 twist, the trigger worked to perfection at 3 pounds, and the action trued and blue printed. Man am I excited!!
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