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My Dad and I have put a lot of work into ensuring our hunting success this year. It really has made a world of difference. We have several soybean plots, some clover plots, and some turnip/clover/alfalfa mix we just planted this past weekend. Thought I would share some of the pictures on the blog. Here you are for your viewing pleasure:

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Fellow readers, by now you probably know that I’m an avid hunter and my father and I like to practice some quality deer management on the farm we have in Illinois near Pike County. In the pics you will see some of the bucks I have been getting off of one camera in particular. Let me know what you guys & gals think. They are labeled below.

  • PRMS0169 Is the typical 10 with a sticker he might crab claw out yet and be a typical 12. What do you think he scores?
  • PRMS0307 Is the decent 9 pointer that will be really nice next year if he makes it
  • PRMS0439 Is the typical 10 again you can see where he might crab claw
  • PRMS0883 Is the 14 pointer
  • PRMS0569 Is the 8 pointer that will be really really nice next year or the year after if he makes it
  • PRMS1356 Is a decent 8 will be a nice one in a year or two
  • PRMS1467 Is decent not sure what he will be next year but his G1’s Fork he’s kinda got a basket rack though
  • PRMS0200 Is another pic of the 14 but you can see his left side kinda hes got 7 on the main beam with a G1 that forks and a tine that kind of comes back of his main beam that forks and then he might have crab claws on both side which would make him a 16.
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Went out to Milstadt, IL at the Quail Club and did the 3-D Bow shoot this weekend. Talk about a good time for $12 bucks. Total of 40 Targets of various ranges and sizes. You can see my last post for some of the specs of my bow and arrows.

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With a 3-D Bow shoot right around the corner, I had to break out “the block” to brush up on my bow skills. It was a tad rainy so I only got to shoot a couple dozen times. I have a Matthews Drenalin 28’’ Draw 70 lb bow with a G5 Outdoors XR Sights with the Rhemostat LED Light. I have a limbsaver stabilizer and a Quality Archery Designs drop away rest. My arrows are Easton Axis 340 Full Metal Jacket Aluminum coated and carbon infused. This bow is lightweight has an awesome letoff is very smooth and very quiet.

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Patriots stay informed. I just got this message from GunUp this morning as I subscribe to their newsletter. Don’t forget to check out their new magazine as well.

https://www.gunup.com/magazine

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Due to the large number of anti-gun and anti-Second Amendment initiatives that have been passed or proposed in states like New York and Colorado, GunUp will apply all state and federal laws (as applied to civilians) to all state and local government agencies and officers. To put it simply, we will limit all sales of firearms and magazines to only what law abiding citizens may possess in their state, county, or city.

"GunUp believes that all citizens should have the same rights under the Second Amendment," said Vice President Caleb Giddings. "Unfortunately, some politicians don’t agree, and as such we will not sell firearms, magazines, or accessories to any LE agency or officer in states where those items are prohibited to law abiding citizens."
GunUp will continue to support law abiding citizens in ban states to the best of our ability, and will continue to offer fair prices on guns and gear to those citizens.

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For your information Patriots…Beretta is in a similar position like Magpul where if Maryland passes a bunch of new firearm legislation Beretta wants to find a new home. I’m sure Texas or Arizona would welcome them with open arms. They introduced several new guns at the 2013 Shot show some of which looked all black and scary. More and more businesses like Beretta are starting to realize why stay in a place and support a tax base that doesn’t support he products you offer? Even the 92FS which is widely known by every U.S. soldier would be limited to 10 rounds since it carries a 13 round magazine.

Jeffrey Reh, general counsel of Beretta responded: “Why expand in a place where the people who built the gun couldn’t buy it?”

They have a factory along the Potomac River in the town of Accokeek with over 300 jobs at stake if something does happen not to mention the tax and revenue base. Reh also hinted at what happened back in the 1990’s when gun restrictions hit Maryland. Afterwards, Beretta responded by moving its warehouse operations to Virginia.

Take note Liberals. Companies like Beretta and Magpul don’t bluff.

Stay informed Patriots!

-Hitman9921