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    right now its a compound pse and or a modle 70 .270, pre 64. my goal is to one day shoot a nice bull with a long bow, that would be the ultimate challenge and reward. so awesome

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    I'm with Oregon Jim, only mine is Matthews only,I haven't hunted with a rifle since 1999

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    If It came down to it I'd throw rocks at them just so I could be out hunting!!
    TALL, WIDE and HANDSOME

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    "The will to win, the desire to succeed, the urge to reach your full potential... these are the keys that will unlock the door to personal excellence."
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    I've got a super light Kimber Montana in .325 WSM carry a Leupold 2.5-8x lightweight scope; 69gr of IMR 4350 pushing a 200gr Nosler Accubond took out a cow at 500 yds a couple of years ago. This weapon kicks pretty hard, but is extremely accurate and has lots of retained energy at long range. It'll be my go to rifle for all mountain hunting for the foreseeable future.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RUTTIN View Post
    I don't even own a rifle.
    I'd be embarrassed to admit that. Are you even an American???
    Arise... Kill, Eat! - Acts 10:13

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    Shotgun? Pistol? Muzzle loader? Anything that goes boom?

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    If your weapon of choice is a bow only then I respect that. The only problem I have is when bow hunters try to act like its only a trophy when its killed with a bow. Very few times is this implied but I notice it more and more every day. We should respect each others differences and stick together as hunters no matter what the method.

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    Quote Originally Posted by swampokie View Post
    If your weapon of choice is a bow only then I respect that. The only problem I have is when bow hunters try to act like its only a trophy when its killed with a bow. Very few times is this implied but I notice it more and more every day. We should respect each others differences and stick together as hunters no matter what the method.
    I love everybody..................except maybe Woodtick. I don't think it would be appropriate to hit a poor deer in the ass with a rock. Perhaps if it was a nice smooth river rock it would be OK. Just trying to lighten the mood here.

    There are enough hardcore hunters on this forum to have a very educated and enlightening debate about hunting methods. Perhaps start a new thread. I used to bow hunt, and we hung it up to go rifle hunting with my Dad after he couldn't get around so good. I agree hunting is hunting. If you work your ass off, then it is a trophy. If a guide points to it and says "OK", maybe not so much.

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    Remington 700 30-06 glass bedded custom, shooting 180 grain nosler accubonds, 54 grains 4350 , CCI 200 primers. Great rifle loves those rounds. Less than an inch grouping at 200 yards dropped my last bull just shy of 400 yards. 1 shot he didnt take more than 10 steps before dropping.

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    my weapon of choice would first be my pse bow. second choice is my .270 but i just purchased a .300 ultra mag and am anxious to get a kill with it

 

 

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