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Discussion in 'Becker Knife & Tool' started by tanglediver, Apr 1, 2019.
KoD, tonight's the night! 9pm on the History Channel!
Hell Yea! It's about time you probably forgot what happened . Just kidding I'am looking forward to it
Plus now you'll be able to talk about all your fun
Carothers behemoth chopper, right? I can’t wait to tell my wife I got it’s fatter little brother from the guy destroying the course. Btw, I hope you got revenge on that chicken.
Go Jonny, go! My wife and I are rooting for you!
It's already showed!
DVR, brother. Good run. Man that’s a tough course.
It's tougher than it looks!
Happy Saragarhi Day!!
Dateline:- 12 Sep., 1897
Right On 91! Everything always looks easy sitting on are ass watching it on TV. Well Done 91!
Yall can see the whole episode, including Dan Keffeler, who dominated the course! Too bad Dan beat Dan! lol
crossbow delivered, assembled, and test fired.
tomorrow I'll go shopping for broadheads, maybe some spare bolts, and/or a storage case.
if I don't find what I want at the school store, I'll head to KC and hit PassBro and their wholly owned competitor.
Slick Tricks for your broadheads... They leave blood trails even Ray Charles could follow!
thanks for the tip!
are those fixed or mechanical?
Fixed. I'm a fixed blade all the way kinda guy, they will never fail and never not open! lol
I've killed 5 or 6 different deer with the same Slick Trick ferrule, I just swapped out for new blades. The solid steel one piece ferrule is strong and fail proof.
I'm new to archery hunting - and especially crossbows, but i used to do a lot of traditional archery and my shoulder can't take the strain of holding at full draw for any length of time any more. (which is kind of funny, since I was gifted a longbow last year and finally got the target arrows I ordered at that time, so as soon as I can pick up some straw bales, I'll be back outside trying to remember how to shoot again)
here in Ks, crossbows are covered under the archery season -- which is roughly 19 weeks, where centerfire season is only 9 days...