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PowWow / Re: I gave in....
« Last post by SlowBowKing on Today at 11:26:43 PM »
That looks great!
PowWow / I gave in....
« Last post by Crittergetter on Today at 11:20:35 PM »
Been practicing on extending my range for elk season which is quickly approaching.
With all this dang heat everything gets covered in sweat as you can imagine!
Well I had a shipment of beaver tails come in the other day and they threw in an extra tail in a natural color. I thought it just might look good on my personal bow and with all the sweat I figured why not!!
I think it turned out pretty darn nice!

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PowWow / Re: heads similar to bear razorhead
« Last post by bluemelonchitlin on Today at 11:14:17 PM »
There is somebody,don't remember his name,that makes copies of the Razorhead and Pearson Deadheads. They're named Razerhead and Dreadhead respectively.
PowWow / Re: Shade Mountain Annual Trad Shoot-Central,Pa
« Last post by jackdaw on Today at 11:13:44 PM »
you should be fine for Thurs set up...
PowWow / Re: Arizona javelina guide
« Last post by azhunter on Today at 11:06:55 PM »
Sent you a PM.
« Last post by Charlie Lamb on Today at 10:30:06 PM »
That's a great time frame on some fantastic property guys!!! If you're looking for a super, inexpensive out of state hunt jump on this one. :thumbsup:
Thanks again to everyone who made MTAR 2019 a success. Especially Chad and Amy! We are already looking forward to next year.

PowWow / Re: Quiver windchecker
« Last post by starshooter on Today at 10:04:12 PM »
Great idea ! Now I really need to get into the woods this October. Milkweed really floats in the light breeze! Thanks
PowWow / Re: Binoculars for western hunting
« Last post by 4 point on Today at 09:50:41 PM »
Like others have said, by a good pair and have them for life. Don't over look Meopta, great quality. Might be a little heavier than Swarovski but they're built like a tank.
PowWow / Arizona javelina guide
« Last post by O-5 on Today at 09:20:55 PM »
I very recently took a job that requires frequent travel to southwest Arizona. I am looking for a guide service for traditional archery javelina hunts. Maybe combined with a coues deer hunt. There are several online, but I am looking for a guide familiar with traditional archery. Any recommendation is appreciated. I live and hunt in Oklahoma and Arkansas. My knowledge of western hunting is limited to one trip to western Oklahoma.
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