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    Default Me n the '11 Firecat 400 getting ready for season


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    Default After all the practice:





    2 does, a hog and a coyote.

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    Congrats on all that meat!.

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    Great job! Congrats!!!






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    Congrats great shooting.

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    All nice kill.

    i just love hog.....

    Congratz.... i always wanted a firecat as my hunting bow...

    after looking at your post, my hand is so itchy to get one...

    hahaha...
    Bowless..... shopping for one now, Sureloc Challenger + Viper Scope, Trophy Ridge Revolution, GoldTIP + Blazer Vane + Accunocks, Home Made Front Stab 28", and Side Stab 11", Carter 2 Special.

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    Congrats on a busy day! And Welcome to the site!
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    dont forget to get the FC trg replaced with the old reliable cable slide setup while the supplies last.

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    Oh yum, Coyote jerky is one of my favorites Nice job with the Cougar, if only the TRG?SOS would have worked, good idea, poor design.

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    Congrats!
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