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    Quote Originally Posted by elkslayer4x5 View Post
    Got a dandy 3 year old for him, even had an eye guard last year.
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    "Ohh I Like That"
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    LOL Thought he might, he's gonna be nice and fuzzy come opening day, middle of July, can hardy wait to see what the boys grow this year!
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    well as the mighty thunder chickens call echo's in his head.. he is all jazzed up to get that HHA sighted in..and gettin bummed he's wackin his arrows so with some practice maybe able to get him to pack his bow with me this spring...
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    Maybe give him a limit, if you can shoot a 2" group at X distance, then a differnt spot for each shot, might keep more Rayzrs on the shaft.
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    Yea something like that...told him already stop aiming at same spot wih 3rd an 4th arrow... lol think he liked tearing them up
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    That deer looks a little famished. I think I can count the ribs and the vertebrae in his spine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MLN1963 View Post
    That deer looks a little famished. I think I can count the ribs and the vertebrae in his spine.
    Really?, well it is Feb. here's a compisite of when the anlters droped, and he doesn't look skiny.

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    It might have been the lighting in that picture.
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    It could be how he's standing, he's pretty chunky in most of the pics of him.
    I'm much more concerned over what been grabbing them

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    Martin 06 Slayer, Nitrous C, Shoot thru, 55lb, Quiktune 3000, HHA OL 5519 2X, Easton A/C/C
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    bust out the .204 and rid the area of cats...ole bob best move on an leave the vinison for The Rhino
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