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I found some of my old pictures, thought you fellers might like looking 'em over, feel free to post your own here too!! .DT




Leaf shooting with Osage bow and cedars...



'68 Bear Super Kodiak




A backyard deer



Some of my broadhead collection

 

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Braintan quiver I made



A rarely seen bow tree in bloom



Heres my bamboo backed Ipe bow during a leaf shoot



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Thanks buddy!! Real nice. I'll have ta get off my no count hindend and post some to. Give me ah day or two and I'll have some up.
 

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Get us some pics on here Gurn! Here is some more for you

Zebrawood on a old Bear Tigercat '68 I think



A solid green Kodiak Hunter I had



I shot a beaver with my homemade beaver arrow attached to my bow with a Zebco 888 I call it the Beaver Cleaver




 

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Buckskin footwear, slicker than snot in the hill, soaks up water like a sponge :p



old Browning



Old York Longbow I shot a deer with



Snake backed bows a buddy built



a braintan shirt I attempted, not too good

 

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Another Rub



my attempt at a Ishi point out of obsidian



Me shooting the York longbow



The Whitetails Woods, this is theirs this time of year.

 

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Heres a copy of Ishis bird arrow I built with sinew and hide glue, nope ain't shot no critter with it



Fall woods pic





A little high up but he went down inside of 60 yards



 

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trad cooking



Hickory pyramid bow cover in pokeberry stain



tanned turtle leather bow grip



unluckiest squirrel in the world on that day, See Gurn, we ain't got them ol big easy to hit size you got up there ;D

 

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A copy of a knife kit call the Fred Bear bowhunters knife kit, sent to me from a pal from an archery site.



Super Ks



shooting osage bow



a primitive knife used to dress my first deer killed with homemade bow

 

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Ok I aint got ah bunch but heres ah few.





















My grandson






Me and my nephew






Friends girl from Georgia




Trail cam pic from Trad hunter in Georgia



Retrevin ah treerat that made it back to the nest.





Poor critters













Notice the tip is right at Grayling Mich where Fred built all them bows.

 

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Heres some more




Do ya see the bear in this pic??



My boy in the Adirondack mountains




Me in ah hard spot :eek:













Me and Fred Asbell













 

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Good pictures Gurn, don't think having your bow would help you with ol Yogi ah laying on you ;D

What is your average distance to them little critter you arrowed?

I'll post up some more tonight, has any you other fellers got any archery related pictures? Pictures of camp or something interesting you ran upon or more dead critter pictures either one or your hunting knives you pack while bowhunting or your bows you pwn or have owned?
 

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Heres a dead shot on a buck target, If I could do that all the time ;D



My snake skinned bow



Tanned possum pelt, nocked out of tree with cane arrow and osage bow, me and a buddy shot out 3 that week. Use 'em for silencers on our strings.

 

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The bear pic was from my buddy with his photo shop talents. Recon that would be too late. ;D
I'd say the average distance was around 15-20yds but some as close as 7 or 8.
 
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