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    Default First Blood for the new Silencer

    Managed to nail this prairie rat on Sunday with my Silencer. It was about a 20 yard shot, hit him right in the neck...instant lights out



    Wish I were at home right now and not at work so I could stick some more...hopefully this weekend!
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    Stripped gophers. Haven't seen them since I lived in Minnesota. That is a small target!
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    nice shot. What BH did you use? Sounds like fun.
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    My guess is field point.
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    how do you like your silencer is it smooth

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    aparently i wasnt the only one gofer hunting sunday. i got mine at 30 yards with a judo...my ax is rockin the skullz camo......
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    Do it again again!


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    Okay, I used a judo point for the kill, they don't make much of a hole, but they do kill in short order! Plus there's less chance of losing an arrow.

    Justin, I bet your ax is as good looking as my Silencer I love the skulz camo!

    Jandjfab...the Silencer is as smooth as silk...it's hard to put down after every hunt or practice session!

    and Hutch, I've been trying for more, only seen one other and he's proving to be quite elusive. He probably won't be out much this weekend either as winter is returning, chance of 8 or so inches....darn Canadian spring. But it will make for some good quadding weather, our local poker derby is on Sunday!
    2011 Martin Silencer in Skulz Camo - Rip-Cord Code Red rest (black), G5 Optix XR sight (black), Alpine soft-loc 5 arrow quiver (skulz camo), GT UL Pro 22 arrows, 12" Smooth Stablility SLR Stab in Skulz Camo, Shot with a Scott Caliper Release with Rubber Hand grip
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    Congrats on a nice kill.................................

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    Default This is for you Hutch!

    Seeing as how you like pics so much, here's a pic of a double I got yesterday after work!



    Both were shot at 17 yards with the Silencer and judo points. The big male took it right in the neck...the little female took a Texas heart-shot

    I skewered a couple on Saturday but didn't get any pics...sorry Hutch

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