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  1. Watering Hole
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    It has been raining in California--a lot. The snow pack is building up in the Sierra's and the reservoirs are beginning to fill up. There has been some destruction in the north which is unfortunate, but the state really needs the rain. We are in the middle of a wave of three storms right now...
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    The reason I always, always, always wear a gauntlet . . . (the hand - fortunately - is not mine) Regards, John
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    I have never spent 1 penny at a wal mart and never will. despise their "business model". this article explains some of their shady, normal, business as usual. they built one in my neighborhood a few years ago. almost everyone that lives out here ignores them. the local super market that is owned...
  5. Hunting Camp
    http://bc.ctvnews.ca/hunter-mauled-by-grizzly-in-fourth-b-c-bear-attack-in-10-days-1.2562261 Drives me crazy. These anti gun ppl and the law makers. Good to keep something close by anyway.....I have taken to packing the 45-70with 465 grain cast bullets lately. THanks SAM Jer
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    Hi, I'm about to repaint an old riser. Where I had the stab and plunger screwed in showed some wear. I'm a bit OCD, so I don't like that especially if I change my set up to now expose a ring scored in the paint, etc. I was thinking of padding the riser where any metal hits it with these...
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    Christmas started as a celebration of the winter solstice so for those of us in the cold north IT'S HUMP DAY BABY longer days from here on out. Matt
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    The three boys and I had a great time Bowfishing for gar today. There were a few hairy moments, such as when we crossed a bottleneck on fallen Sycamore limbs. The brown water was churning under the logs at what we guessed to be a depth of about 15 feet. Grafton was up high and Liam still on...
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    Velcro and rubber band. Used it today and worked great!
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    The Hoyt Polaris I just got has a flipper rest, but it looks like it could be shot off the shelf as well. I was just wondering if there would a good reason to not do that? I'd rather shoot of the shelf if there was no reason not to. One other question. I love the bow. I'd actually like to hunt...
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    I am considering competing in 2009 for the first time. So I am looking at the schedules and rules and trying to decide where to shoot. For the most part the FITA rules seem logical, but I can't help but scratch my head at the NFAA rules. Maybe someone here knows someone on an NFAA committee...
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    “Herewith beginneth the chronicle of those memorable circumstances of the year 1620, as recorded by Nathaniel Morton, keeper of the records of Plymouth Colony, based on the account of William Bradford, sometime governor thereof:” “So they left that goodly and pleasant city of Leyden, which...
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    This is a bloody hoot, give it a peek!
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    I attended a 2 day tactical pistol shooting course this weekend. During a lecture the instructor made the following statement. I think if you will read it with an open mind (even though it is not exactly about archery) you will see how it can and does apply to many discussions we have had...
  15. Hunting Camp
    Heard about this a while back, had no idea that it would turn political: http://www.canada.com/victoriatimescolonist/news/story.html?id=8234bc04-e052-4be3-ae78-bb2e35d6f6b5&k=78821
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    Someone told me that this was a picture of the Gordon family taken many Thanksgivings ago. Can anyone identify the young WARF-master in the bottom right? I think it explains alot.
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