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    Martin Damon Howatt Hunter recurve - 60#

    Really liked my son's Toelke Whip I purchased him for a graduation gift. Might need to get one for me.
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    Pse Dna sp
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    Bowfinger 10 stablizer out front and 6 in out the back.

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    What do you think about the Prime Rize? I have shot the Prime Centergy, but not the Rize. I know you can find some Rizes for cheaper than the Centergys right now.


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    Black Eagle Rampage
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    75 grain brass hitt inserts
    100 grain Wacem 4 blade
    4 fletch blazers
    Black Gold Pure 75, 3 pin slider
    AAE Western hunter stabilizer

    Will be after elk, deer, possibly pronghorn and Bison.


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    Quote Originally Posted by bowrunner View Post
    What do you think about the Prime Rize? I have shot the Prime Centergy, but not the Rize. I know you can find some Rizes for cheaper than the Centergys right now.
    I really enjoy it. It's my second season with it. Bows are such a personal thing. When shopping last year I tried an Elite 35, Defiant 34, Xpedition Perfexion, Prime Rival, and the Prime Rize. The Rize was my favorite, followed by the Xpedition bow.


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    I'll be taking two rifles this year - one is an old Savage .30/06. I put my own stock on it and glass-bedded and pillar-bedded it. I also have a nearly new Remington .270 that a friend gave me.

    Last year I learned a couple things. I had unknowingly turned my windage knob all the way in one direction, not looking at it and thinking I was taking that cap off. So, this year, I'll bring my bore sighter in case something weird happens again. At least I can get back on paper without shooting most of a box of cartridges and then do my adjustments.

    That's also why I'm bringing a backup rifle. I had to borrow a rifle the guy shouted to me as I rode my horse up the mountain, "shoots too high." It cost me a magnificent buck because rather than fling lead at almost 400 yards to see how high it shot, I decided to try there the next morning but closer. But, the guy I was hunting with spooked him and the buck left the area. Yeah, I should have gone back down to adjust the scope, but I was riding with a group of guys who had been waiting on me. Next time., I'll have my own backup.

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    Mathews Switchback XT with Beman arrows tipped with 100 grain NAP Spitfires. Love this combination. Will be just hunting whitetails here in PA this year.

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    PSE DNA SP around 60 lbs
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    The critters have to win every time. I only have to win once.

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    Still shooting my Mathews Z7 @70lbs. Had to change arrows from ACC Pro-Hunters to the 5mm .340 FMJ arrows, Slick trick 125s for a total weight of 490 grains. Mathews sporting a QAD drop away rest, Spot Hog Real Deal .019 5 pin
    DIY Public land Elk hunts are not for everyone but everyone should try it at least once in their lifetime. And for all those younger guys that say I don't have the time, I don't have the money, I'm out of shape or I don't have the experience to do a trip. I only have a few things to say. Take the time to make a experience, Save the money to make the trip, Get in shape so you will enjoy the hunt and the only way to get the experience is to go and make it happen. Hunt on Mark!!

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