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Thread: ArcheryTalk's Exclusive Ted Nugent Video Interview

  1. #26
    awesome vids !!!! rock-on !!!!

  2. #27
    well said uncle ted!
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    Ted Rocks!!!!
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    So true, so true. Thanks Ted for all you do for us. You have my back, so I have yours. Carry on.
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    Wow!



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    That was awesome. I have been an Uncle Ted fan for many years. I wish I could hunt with him just once. This will be my 21st bow season and I think he forgot more about bow hunting than I will ever know.

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    He truely does embrace and cherish the spirit of hunting and what it means to be a hunter

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    Ted's so right about starting archers. I saw a well meaning Grand Dad at my local shop getting his totally cute grandaughters set up for archery. The bow was too long and heavy. Neither one of them could pull that dog back comfortably, and I found myself wondering why more people don't start kids out with a QUALITY recurve bow. I did that with my girls using a Hoyt takedown @20# and had some good light arrows fletched with feathers so you they could shoot fingers. Add one pin and you're in business. Kids just want to se the arrows stick in the target and good arrows will do that. The recurve is'nt draw specific and will grow with your kids. Also some kids don't stay shooting, what with school, sports, boys, jobs, whatever . This set-up is'nt expensive and can be passed on to any kid who wants to shoot archery. Which is what I did with that set-up. Try it,You'll like it

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    Nothing but respect for Ted in my eyes. Thanks for the videos.
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  10. #35
    Nugent is Awesome
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  11. #36
    i will unite with my blood brothers for the hunt this weekend!!!!

  12. #37
    Ted.... Your the MAN!!!!!!! Keep up the GREAT work with the kids.... Takes a big heart to do as much as you do. You will get the ultimate reward someday...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrfitsall View Post
    Ted's so right about starting archers. I saw a well meaning Grand Dad at my local shop getting his totally cute grandaughters set up for archery. The bow was too long and heavy. Neither one of them could pull that dog back comfortably, and I found myself wondering why more people don't start kids out with a QUALITY recurve bow. I did that with my girls using a Hoyt takedown @20# and had some good light arrows fletched with feathers so you they could shoot fingers. Add one pin and you're in business. Kids just want to se the arrows stick in the target and good arrows will do that. The recurve is'nt draw specific and will grow with your kids. Also some kids don't stay shooting, what with school, sports, boys, jobs, whatever . This set-up is'nt expensive and can be passed on to any kid who wants to shoot archery. Which is what I did with that set-up. Try it,You'll like it
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    TED IS MORE OF A BENIFIT TO US HUNTERS THAN "ALMOST" THE ENTIRE AT COMMUNITY EVER CAN BE

    He's out there at times, but I'll share a fire with him ANYTIME
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    Awsome!!!! It would be great to have him in hunting camp. Is there a link to the whole interview?

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    Ted is only "out there" when he is awake ... when he is playing his guitar at the camp fire or its finally bed time or at sunrise. Ted is Ted and there is no substitute for Ted when ever it comes to family, America or the outdoors.....


    And no Ted dosent drink or do drugs..... thats just Ted in the wild!

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    Love Uncle Ted...
    Truly look up to him and everything he stands for.
    Unfortunately, the old saying is true.... no good dead goes unpunished....
    strange place we live in these days.
    Keep it up Ted... Me and my 2 young girls (6&4) love ya bro!
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    What he said in the interview is very understandable. He is high profile. Anyway the anti's can get a dig on him they will. Too bad. I lived in Kalifornistan at one time. Honestly, it took a lawyer to read and understand the hunting regulations. Anyway, I had an opportunity to hunt with Ted 5 yrs ago. I enjoyed the heck out of that weekend.

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    A True American!! He is what I refer to as "Good People".

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    Would love to share a hunt with this man. I have the utmost respect for him.
    IF IT LOOKS LIKE A "X" AND IT IS A "X" IT MUST HAVE BEEN SHOT WITH A HOYT!

  21. #46

    Wow

    Wow.. Great interview particularly the most memorable hunt and California issue. Ted really has his priorities straight and he was very well spoken. The California thing is so typical of how our society has become. I never knew all Ted has done for so many and that should be the focus but society dwells on the negative. Hats off to you Ted!!

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    Uncle TED. thats all there is to say. I would love to meet him and just listen to him talk it would have to make you a better hunter.

  23. #48
    Just finished TED, WHITE AND BLUE, A must read for every hunter. It will bring a smile to your face!
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  24. #49
    i dont relly care if he shot a deer over bait or not. he does so many good things for others and for hunting. he really is well spoken and knows how to get his argument across.
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