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|09-08-2017, 07:37 AM||#365 (permalink)|
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Spent the last week at the farm in NE searching for the elusive whitetail buck-streamed the Temple game. Had several in range with my bow but they were all 120-130" range. I saw several monster 140+ to include a 150+ buck well after shooting light. Letting them grow is paying dividends. Hoping to head back next month with a better moon phase and when I can rattle and grunt them up. Best of luck to all the hunters out there!
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|09-08-2017, 09:05 AM||#366 (permalink)|
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You duck whackers getting ready?
Hunting my own property this year. In the past I went up river and hunted on an island that I have permission to use. But I had sky busters hunting all around me and it sucked. So I did a bunch of tree and brush removal, grass plantings and setup a sweet spot right behind my house. Wont have another hunter within a couple miles of me. Gonna be a good season.
|09-08-2017, 08:09 PM||#368 (permalink)|
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Been teaching my 10 year old son how to roll a whitewater kayak. Going well so far. Went out on the river (Ocoee) the other day and he got his first "combat" roll. Also had to swim once. All in all, great day with the boy.
|10-10-2017, 10:20 AM||#369 (permalink)|
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a while back my step dad gave me his shotgun. he was never much of a hunter and only had it to do some small game hunting with his buddies (mostly rabit).
It's a Mossberg New Haven 600ats
That is not mine but for reference. Anyways they don't make the New Haven anymore it has now become the Mossberg 500 and all 500 aftermarket parts typically fit the New Haven.
When it was gifted to me it had an 18" barrel with bead sight.
My FIL had a random Mossberg 22" rifled barrel with traditional open sights he gave me.
However, I wanted to try and get a scope on there to help with some slug/deer hunting.
I did my reasearch on having it drilled/tapped/mounted, cantilever, and saddle mounts. I have bought a 24" cantilever with scope online from Mossberg.
My question to you guys, is anyone familiar with cantilever mounting? And tips/tricks or things to avoid.
I have already made an assumption that the scope i'm getting is going to be low quality and I need to buy my own but has anyone bought one of these set ups before? Is the scope actually half decent?
|10-18-2017, 09:49 PM||#371 (permalink)|
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National Parks Service will be taking volunteers to thin the Grand Canyon bison herd. Way beyond my marksmanship abilities but that sounds like the opportunity of a lifetime.
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