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    Thanks guys just can't hang in the cold as well as I used to, lol. With ya on shoot each gun and muzzleloader at least once a year.
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    Congrats Brad!
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    Nice bird...cant wait till spring................

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    congrats on the bird way to fill the frezzer...
    No matter how it went down it well still eat good...
    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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    Quote Originally Posted by parttimr View Post
    Thought I'd give an update and know the griefs coming but I filled it with the shot gun. Got up this morning and it was 19 out with a windchill of 9 with the wind howling at 19 mph. Didn't think the birds would even hold their pattern in that so decided to use the gun in case I had to do some stalking. Was about to call it a morning when the feet were starting to give me grief but they held the pattern surprisingly and about 30 came in and I picked out one of the largest (yep no monster gobbler) but it will still eat good. Maybe next year will go after another archery bird.
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    Well done and Congrats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by parttimr View Post
    Thought I'd give an update and know the griefs coming but I filled it with the shot gun. Got up this morning and it was 19 out with a windchill of 9 with the wind howling at 19 mph. Didn't think the birds would even hold their pattern in that so decided to use the gun in case I had to do some stalking. Was about to call it a morning when the feet were starting to give me grief but they held the pattern surprisingly and about 30 came in and I picked out one of the largest (yep no monster gobbler) but it will still eat good. Maybe next year will go after another archery bird.
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    Not on this site, we only give grief to 16-29 year old excrement throwers.
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    nice bird no matter how it got put down.keep em coming.

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