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    I like this place alot,lots of Martin shooters that no what there doing when it comes to Martin bows.Seems like a good bunch of people.But i also like AT for classifieds,and theirs some good post,alot of hunting post which i like.I like both places.................

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hutch~n~Son Archery View Post
    Are you clicking your heels together Hawg?


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    yup! Pulled out a pair of my wife's hot pink pumps to match my nails! No pics,though. Uhh, broken camera? Yeah, broken camera. That's it.
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    It is so nice to be home. I peeked in on AT and ASN and it just is not the same. So glad things are fixed. My bow is also fixed and in the morning when I find the camera, the pics will be loaded for all to see.
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    Prefer this forum but AT isn't a bad place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hutch~n~Son Archery View Post
    Are you clicking your heels together Hawg?


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    you should see him in the ruby red slippers!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigredhunter00 View Post
    you should see him in the ruby red slippers!
    I can imagi...WAIT!! I don't want to imagine that!
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    MTF ......... I've been a lurker over at AT off/on for a long time and many times saw (see) way too much attitude and arrogance.
    I still go there once in a while to do a search for something, but never had any desire to sign-up.


    AT and this place reminds me of a couple of dirt bike forums I'm a member of. ThumperTalk, like AT, is a large forum with a wide range of good people with good knowledge, but also has quite a few of those that have to mouth off and belittle or be belligerent to and disrespectfull to others. The kind that need a good......physical attitude adjustment.

    I've been riding Husqvarna bikes a few years and found those riders, in general, seem to be a more mature, experienced bunch. Many of the Husqvarna forum at TT branched off into a new Cafe Husky forum, where like MTF, people seem to be more helpfull to those of all experince levels and willing to share that real knowledge or constructive opinions
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    Quote Originally Posted by SonnyThomas View Post
    Husky! Lord! Been a good long while since I heard of or saw a Husky. Great bikes.
    yep......when you say Husky, most that have been around bikes for a long time...or were a long time ago.......picture the old red/chrome steel tank bikes of the 70's.
    Husky's were a rare sight in my area until a few years ago, (mine's a 2005 TE-510) but we have a local dealer now and getting to see more of them on the trails and races.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SonnyThomas View Post
    Husky! Lord! Been a good long while since I heard of or saw a Husky. Great bikes.
    Wished I still had my 85 510 TE. Got a 95 XR600R now & the Husky was a way better bike.
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    Nice bikes most the time, but not really that great for transportation during snowy late season elk hunts

    Husky - 07 Elk Hunt.jpg
    2009 Martin Bengal M2 Pro Cam w/factory STS & CCS.....66lbs, 29" DL, 422gr @ 272fps, Winners Choice string/cable, Trophy Taker drop-away Rest, Scott Release
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