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    Yeah they work well. A few on here have made them. Good for finding the arrow.




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    Cool idea! Great diy project!
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    ok if this idea keeps popin up I am going to make some to play with...silly state wont let us use in the field but home on the range is a differant chapter of that book....
    It's all fun an games till you put that big boy on the ground.. now its time to get to work
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    Nice idea
    Testing testing

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    very nice!!

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    made a couple last year, kept turning on accidently when bumped. wasted batteries, but they do work. ended up paying for lumenoks this fall. used the same one for three deer(i'll post pics sooner or later of my first bow buck). and now they have replaceable batteries too.
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