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    Hutch, just keep your eye on the prize. Gonna be a thing of beauty when you get it all done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ehunter View Post
    Hutch, just keep your eye on the prize. Gonna be a thing of beauty when you get it all done.
    Ya the prize that would be a three colored pimped out string, built perfect with no peep rotation.

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    And here I was happy with the Hammerhead until after 100 shots I still am getting some peep rotation and now you wanna pimp out strings with no rotation.....dang it Hutch, lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spiker View Post
    Okay - thats it!
    I've been thinking about moving to Oregon.
    The people that run the cemetary here blow.
    I so have to work on my retirement plan somemore.
    I'm sure that new powder coating shop would do a lot of work in Oregon, they've got a smaller Rocky Mountain elk herd than Colorado, but have Roosevlts on the coast. Also have 3 types of deer. And it's right down the road from Martin.
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    The PCing is only a part of my business.
    My wife can work just about anywhere there.
    We love the Willamette Valley.
    And the Elk - - - - lot's here, also lots of people after them.
    Whats the archery success ratio there?

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    As always, its how hard you work at it. I think they're about 10%, not sure. Maybe Elkslayer will know, its listed in their reg book. Saw a lot of dead elk the first rifle season while ES and I scouted for the 2nd season.
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    Waiting for parts on the string jig. Tomorrow I will be back to cutting and welding.

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    Yaaayyy! Of course, if you spent as much time working on that jig as you do in front of that keboard, it might be done now! LOL....
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    Quote Originally Posted by elkslayer4x5 View Post
    Yaaayyy! Of course, if you spent as much time working on that jig as you do in front of that keboard, it might be done now! LOL....
    Hmmmmm.... He has over 1000 posts... Yeah, I think he talks too much.lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by elkslayer4x5 View Post
    Yaaayyy! Of course, if you spent as much time working on that FOOD PLOT you do in front of that keboard, it might be done now! LOL....
    Gee couldnt say it better my self...lol yapmaster
    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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