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Re: 2 pair XL camo bibs
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Weird... texting you now. Thanks!

Posted on: 9/9 11:57:39
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Re: Cold Weather = Hot Soup!
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Seriously good lookin eats!

Posted on: 9/9 8:18:47
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Re: 2 pair XL camo bibs
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Sent you a pm with my email in it, might work better since this site consistently crashes now.

Posted on: 9/9 8:14:48
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Re: 2019 trail cam
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Only predators I've seen this year are yotes and a hawk that keeps taking what I assume are mice out of my food plot because i've got lots of pictures of him swooping down.

I keep hoping to see a bear. I've seen their tracks but no pictures.

Got someone driving by one of my cameras on a side by side.

Posted on: 9/4 8:31:42
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Re: 2019 trail cam
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Nice pics!

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Posted on: 9/2 8:11:27
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Re: Lac Suel
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Looks like a great trip!

Posted on: 8/30 20:13:15
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Re: Fabarm shot guns
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It is easier for quick cleanings. Everything is in the forearm, just twist the bolt, take the forearm off and you can have it cleaned and put back together in a couple mins. It's one of the reasons why the fabarm was suggested to me by the gun shop. I also wanted something easy to clean.

For a full disassemble and cleaning I'd say it's about the same. Definitely not any more difficult. I've done that once so far. But according to fabarm and the gun shop should be able to go multiple thousands of rounds without needing to do this if every 100-200 you do a quick cleaning.

Posted on: 8/30 15:29:22
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Re: Fabarm shot guns
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snow wrote:
never herd of fabarm? I certainly would be leary,hope you didn't drop the ball on benelli m2 is well proven 8lbs benelli ultra lite is 6lbs if weight is a factor...to late now hope for the best,let us know if your new thunder stick takes a dump on ya,curious minds need to know.


So far have over 150 rounds through it. All with a guy who owns an M2 and we swapped out at a couple stations. The Fabarm is significantly lighter and shoots flatter and that was with 1300 fps rounds as I wanted to break it in some. It's already cycles the lightest target loads with out problem. We'll see how the season goes but so far I'm happy with it and my buddy who shoots an M2 really liked it so...

Posted on: 8/29 14:44:15
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Re: Weekly Report from Reel Monsters Guide Service
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Great report, keep up the good work!

Posted on: 8/28 7:53:59
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Re: Fabarm shot guns
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Well I went with the Fabarm L4S initial hunter. So far couldn't be happier while killing clays. We'll see how the bird season goes.

Posted on: 8/27 9:30:59
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