What's up Brother Hoods and Hoodette's :noidea:
Thought I'd join in with fun Heere again and add some old Hood hunting stories . :RockOn:
You know I got some!:hat:
Give me a Roll Call of all that would like to do some :bs::boink:
I got a 5g hook up now, and thousands of story's...
Lots up with me
I'm living the Dream in a toy hauler parked at my daughters:wink:
wife is staying in the grandsons room in the house, I couldn't hang in there
I got a new name, they call me a displaced person....lol
I have for sale a 19 thousands red pin fits ax 41 and two feather vision verda plus lens 6 power also fits ax 41 tyd on lens 70 each and 20 tyd on pin. Also a scope hood fits ax 41 tyd 20 PayPal only lower 48 only.
my new goal is to shoot pro senior in all Orgs and place high in all national venues till I can't pull a bow no long
I been up reading all the old threads from days gone passed and saw this post I did bad in the day heere
.........I liken the DISCIPLINE, ART and SPORT of Archery to a sculptor that starts out with a solid block of raw granite and chips away a little at a time, to expose a masterpiece in the form of a statue.......taking away the largest pieces at first, then smaller as he goes into greater detail...
I know no one is going to believe me as I tell this story, but I am truly telling the truth and the guys with me will verify every word I speak here. On station number 6 the guy before me put a good 35 yard shot on a standing bear. When I got up to shoot I told him I was aiming for his arrow...
So this is my second robin hood, but it's my first with my new-to-me Switchback. I very rarely shoot at the same spot to avoid this very thing, but was curious what kind of groups I am getting at 35 yds. Thought I would share.