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    I just made the German spruce woodies i'm shooting. I'm going to hunt with stone points this year. I have my points made and the point weight is matched within 3 grains of my 125gr tips on these arrows. I am practicing at 18 yds here which will be my max hunting yardage. Stone point accuracy...
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    Working with wood arrows for the first time. Got some awesome cedar shafts footed with purple heart and I'll start staining tomorrow, but needed a way to dip the sealant and crowns. I went and grabbed some lumber and PVC and went to work. It came out not half bad for an impromptu, planless...
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    Has anyone built a tree stand or tower for their 3D course? I am concerned about the safety and liablilty issue of a tree stand and a tower doesn't really simulate it properly. Wondering what you all have tried.
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    Been a compound hunter for the last 15 year and planing on switching to trad gear only this season. It occurred to me today that keeping an arrow nocked while on stand could be problematic without a full containment arrow rest......any tricks of the trade to keep an arrow nocked while sitting...
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    I got the latest GoPro 6 and I'm very impressed. I filmed a lot of the ETAR video with it and I was impressed with the quality of the image. I've always wanted to video a nice buck being shot and I've tried to use GoPro's before on my head to film but was not happy with the perspective. The...
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    I have a very nice Shibuya folding bow stand but since adding a 350g spigarelli weight to my CXT, the lower limb now sits on the ground/floor when on the stand. There's been a few near misses where others have almost stepped on the bottom limb tip despite placing an item of clothing or...
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    Watching the video of last year's classic, it's apparent bb guys need a bow stand. Looking for opinions/recommendations.
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    Hey guys I'm really hoping you can help. I shot all summer and up until last Sunday have been shooting great to 25 yards. I use a 20-yard fixed crawl and consistently shoot softball size or smaller groups at 25 yards. Unfortunately I never took the time to practice from an elevated position. On...
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    One of four. Oh how I love them.
  10. Hunting Camp
    Hello all, Having a little trouble finding a climbing stand that is open enough to shoot my recurve from. I have a summit viper that was great for compound but with the string angle being much greater on traditional bows im hitting the rail before getting to anchor. Does anyone have any input...
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    When I am in my stand, I like to put my bow in my lap with an arrow nocked and ready to go.. This makes it hard to do if a bow quiver is attached. That is why I don't use a bow quiver.. I do like the convenience of it though. So for you guys that use a bow quiver, where do you hold your bow...
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    Hey all, I'd like to purchase a couple of ladder stands for my property. I haven't used one in years so in not sure what's out there. Typically I use hang ons and step sticks. I'd like to leave them out year round so indoor need the latest and greatest. Just safe and somewhat comfy. I say...
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    I bought a climbing stand summit viper classic and seems like there's not a lot of room for my bear super grizzly. Any tips guys?
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    I don't typically hang my bow while in a stand because I don't want to be caught off guard. Usually I hold it as much as possible. I have been thinking of designing some type of bow stand that will hold my bow vertical in front of me to have easy access with minimal movement and provide a...
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    So I have a few herniated discs in my lower back and am looking for the most comfortable fixed position hang on tree stand (not a ladder stand). Something comfortable to sit in for hours and easy to stand up out of without a lot of excess movement. I'm looking closely at the Lone Wolf Alpha...
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    In the depths of winter (-30C today) we get to hankering for outdoor activities. We shoot twice each week in a school gym and try to keep things interesting my creating 3D challenges that mimic field and hunting conditions. Last night, I was shooting from a chair and thinking, wouldn't it be...
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    I just made this video because I got a bunch of emails asking how a lineman belt makes a difference. This video shows me walking to the tree with all gear wrapped up, unwrapping, hanging, ready to hunt, then back down, wrapped up and walking out all in about 10 minutes. A lineman belt is the...
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    I have obtained a property it's a winery. The whole cleared area is surrounded by an 8' deer fence. I have scouted the whole perimeter of the property and found only 2 possible and 1 probable funnel spots where deer would most likely jump the fence. There is Sooo much acreage around the property...
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    we use these knives exclusively in the restaurant and at home. they are the single best i have ever bought and cheap enough to be disposable. they are the kind you can hold a tomato and just slice without feeling the edge cut either side. just use a steel to retain edge as the material is very...
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    I had a post last week asking for ideas on a portable stand for shooting 3D, so I didn't have to set my bow on the ground. There were a couple examples that caught my eye and when I saw this fishing rod holder at Meijer for $4, a lightbub went off in my head. I used an old nock and some...
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