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    Older deer do benefit IMO from ageing in terms of...

    Older deer do benefit IMO from ageing in terms of meat tenderizing. (But not at the expense of dealing with early season warm weather!) As for the smaller ones, I try to keep them cool (not freeze,...
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    ^^^This!

    ^^^This!
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    @Riverbc: Congrats! Amazing shape @ 59 yrs! ...

    @Riverbc: Congrats! Amazing shape @ 59 yrs!

    There is a huge correlation (I suspect) with being in decent shape and being successful in the field.
    No doubt that those who work out and are fit...
  4. Yep, that and coffee on a timer for consumption...

    Yep, that and coffee on a timer for consumption during your "waking moments!" (before showering etc.)
    I never drink coffee (anymore) right before hunting. (We used to meet for coffee in the AM @...
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    Without "rummaging through all these contributing posts", I only have one suggestion: Timing, based on when (& how much) you eat.
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    On a good sized black bear (500+ lbs.), they have...

    On a good sized black bear (500+ lbs.), they have a lot MORE "grissley fat" on them under the skin, plus their hide is tougher to penetrate. (Not to mention a LOT tougher skull.) The problem with...
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    I'll take a peek at that one...... (not familiar...

    I'll take a peek at that one...... (not familiar with that caliber)
    As for the GLOCK thing..... I bet you haven't checked out the 29SF!!!! (It's the thinner, compact, light & rugged 10mm!) :wink:
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    Why would anyone choose a .40 over a 10mm? The...

    Why would anyone choose a .40 over a 10mm?
    The assumption that they are equivalent is completely incorrect......
    (HUGE difference when shooting full spec. rounds. HUGE!!!)

    10mm is good for...
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    My thoughts exactly when I read the post.....

    My thoughts exactly when I read the post.....
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    The key is "a little above freezing." Once it...

    The key is "a little above freezing." Once it freezes, it's done ageing.
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    TOTALLY..... It's the next best thing to a 44...

    TOTALLY..... It's the next best thing to a 44 magnum..... (Loaded with real 10mm. ammo. ~ Not the stuff that is ".40 like.")
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    Glock 29SF my friends..... You won't find...

    Glock 29SF my friends..... You won't find anything smaller that packs as big of a punch. (And get the real 10mm SOLID POINT "spec. rounds" from a company like DoubleTap.) ~ Not the watered down...
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    God bless.

    God bless.
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    There's a huge difference between shooting a deer...

    There's a huge difference between shooting a deer with a rifle vs. a bow.
    To "core" through the vitals, I always aim my arrow about 3 inches further back than I would had I been aiming a gun..... ...
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    Solid advice. Sorry to hear about your dogs too....

    Solid advice. Sorry to hear about your dogs too. Especially the 7 yr. old. Way too young to go!
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    Is this really true about Mathews and older...

    Is this really true about Mathews and older parts? I've heard this stated before numerous times. If so, it's a definite plus!
  17. I absolutely detest paying the price asked for...

    I absolutely detest paying the price asked for new bows. Lots of $$ for "not a lot of value."
    Having a business background, I'm also kind of "insulted" when I hear dealers tell me they cannot...
  18. Of course they have good intentions of doing what...

    Of course they have good intentions of doing what the can to keep the customer satisfied. But they're certainly not going to dig into their own pockets to buy $500+ cams (for example) if the MFG...
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    Interesting thought.... (As to whether a FOB...

    Interesting thought.... (As to whether a FOB could inhibit pass-through.)
    Turbonocks are a bit different, in that "they are the nock." ~ At least the one's I have are/were.
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    That's what I was referring to (most of the ring...

    That's what I was referring to (most of the ring cut off)..... So how do they benefit from having an outer ring? (The turbonocks don't have them.) Note: I mistakenly referred to the turbonocks as...
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    That's exactly what I had, the fFirenocks. (Just...

    That's exactly what I had, the fFirenocks. (Just wondering if the ringed version aka these "FOBS" are superior because of the ring, or not.)
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    I love mine. Only problem I have is a little...

    I love mine. Only problem I have is a little contact issue with my rest I'm trying to eliminate.....
    (They're a little loud IMO, plus they seem to add a bit of vibration to the shot when passing...
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    Chasin/tail has the right attitude! I so look...

    Chasin/tail has the right attitude!

    I so look forward to continue shooting my bow again after Labor-Day next week!!! ~ Working 7 days a week (literally 90 hours) during the summer months makes...
  24. I don't care how any dealer is. If a used bow...

    I don't care how any dealer is. If a used bow needed new cams (due to warranty related issues like my Chill-R did, and probably will again)..... And the manufacturer isn't willing to cover the...
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    I believe the carbon bows do come from a company...

    I believe the carbon bows do come from a company in Spain. But the company (I was told) outsources production to China.
    To me it's no big deal. Besides, it's hard to criticize/target any one...
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    So sad to hear. (But also so fortunate to have...

    So sad to hear. (But also so fortunate to have so many years with her! 16 years is nothing short of amazing!)
    The hard part of dog ownership is they don't live as long as we do. I have 4 (all...
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    Almost owned my first Hoyt this spring. Had they...

    Almost owned my first Hoyt this spring. Had they had the correct module, I might have. But since they didn't, I tried a Chill-R because they had nothing else LH (in my draw length) for me to shoot...
  28. Biggest line of fanboy crap I've ever heard.... ...

    Biggest line of fanboy crap I've ever heard.... I had owned my Chill-R for less than 1 month (~1000 shots) and they had to replace both cams. (Oil leaks out and then the dust seals fail/fall-off...
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    I don't think that deer necessarily associate the...

    I don't think that deer necessarily associate the smell of smoke to be a threat. (I'm not a smoker, but I know some who successfully hunt and smoke.) So I suspect it's the other "stuff" in your...
  30. I've heard several stories of second owners...

    I've heard several stories of second owners getting warranty service from Mathews. Irrespective, I wouldn't count on it. I also wouldn't consider buying a Monster series bow (Mathews two cam bow)...
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