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How good are you?

  • I'm atop the food chain: a PRO

    Votes: 5 7.1%
  • I'd be a pro if it weren't for my day job

    Votes: 9 12.9%
  • Middle of the road; not easily persuaded but try to keep an open mind

    Votes: 40 57.1%
  • I know just enough to get the job done

    Votes: 13 18.6%
  • Just a beginner and looking for direction

    Votes: 3 4.3%
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Shootin and Cussin
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No.

BS makes the world go 'round.
 

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Socket Man
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The ego is what keeps the world turning, it is why we pass up does which taste better to shoot the big buck and why we skip church to shoot 3-d. Leave it behind, no I think we should embrace.
 

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i'm trying to figure out exactly how LARGE of an ego it took to start such a thread.
 

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I'm a pretty good shot. More than proficient actually. And have shot really good scores and killed lots of critters. But I don't put in the time to train to be a pro and to compete with the big dogs. It sucks, because when I shoot the state shoots my scores qualify me in the top group, but I'm in the middle of the pack with the big dogs. So I'd need a lot more training and a coach to go that last bit and have a chance at taking the top spots.

In reality, I'm a better bow wrench than shooter, too. But that doesn't take coaching and training. :lol:
 

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The ego is what keeps the world turning, it is why we pass up does which taste better to shoot the big buck and why we skip church to shoot 3-d. Leave it behind, no I think we should embrace.
I agree 100%,without our ego's we become stagnent in "all"phases's of life.
 

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Good enough to eat venison year round with 4 and 1/2 kids:) thast all that counts!
 
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