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MT. CAT

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About MT. CAT

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  • Birthday 05/24/1979

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  1. MT. CAT

    Looking for a new GPS

    A saved OnX map needs no internet access or wifi connection. I will save a few maps if I know I'm going somewhere I don't have connection. I have T-Mobile so thats like everywhere.
  2. MT. CAT

    Arrow spine selection

    I was looking at shooting magnus stingers if that helps. Didn’t recall much of a size difference between the sizes but I’m going to look more into that now.
  3. MT. CAT

    Arrow spine selection

    My grouping right now seems to be good. I was just looking at new arrows and based on the selector tool saying 300/250 I felt like a 340 was maybe too weak. Is there a difference between using a 150grain BH vs a brass insert and a 100grain BH?
  4. I got a new bow last year and just kept on using the arrows I already had (340 spine with a 100 grain tip) But with an elk tag in my pocket this year I wanted to get a better arrow set up and ready to go by September i.e. heavier arrow. heavier broadhead, higher foc. I will be shooting Gold Tip Hunter XT's. My dilemma is what spine to shoot with a 150 grain broadhead. My dl is 28.5, dw is 70lb. My arrows now are cut 28.5" from carbon to carbon. Using Gold Tips website arrow selector tool at 70lb-74lb using a 28" arrow calls out 300 spine, using a 29" arrow calls out a 250 spine. The other problem I have is a 250 spine greatly increases overall weight and drops my foc slightly. Not so worried about slight foc loss, but is the added weight worth the loss of fps? Im a numbers guys so I might just be over thinking this. Any help or suggestions would be appreciated!!!!! 250 spine @ 28.5" 150 grain tip = 497 grain total / 11.6% foc 300 spine @ 28.5" 150 grain tip = 460 grain total / 12.6% foc
  5. MT. CAT

    Badlands 2200 pack

    Bump
  6. MT. CAT

    Badlands 2200 pack

    Ahwatukee
  7. MT. CAT

    Badlands 2200 pack

    Did I mention it holds elk quarters well.....
  8. MT. CAT

    WTS/WTT Swarovski 20-60x65 HD spotting scope

    Price drop $1625
  9. MT. CAT

    Major winter storm to hit high country

    You must work in the water treatment or distribution industry.........
  10. I thought about trying them a time or two. But Amazon will have a Stealth cam G30 drop down on price for $74 from time to time. Haven’t had one fail me yet. I got one that’s been in a canyon looking for bears 24/7 for 3-4 years now. That’s my go to cheap cam. Add in an SD card and cable and your at $100. Kind of my limit for leaving something tied to a tree. I just don’t know if saving $25 is worth the hassle of finding out it failed on you a week after leaving it out.
  11. MT. CAT

    WTS/WTT Swarovski 20-60x65 HD spotting scope

    I'm open to offers........
  12. MT. CAT

    Badlands 2200 pack

    Ok Ive had two flakes now, can I get a third??????
  13. MT. CAT

    WTS/WTT Swarovski 20-60x65 HD spotting scope

    Forgot it comes with a hard case too.
  14. MT. CAT

    Badlands 2200 pack

    Peanuts and tuna packets
  15. MT. CAT

    Teacher fired for giving ZEROS

    I’m sure there is more to this story but...My wife works for the public school system. This is policy. If the kids turn in an assignment with just there name it’s a 50%. Zero no longer exists. They can turn in assignments anytime throughout the school year and cannot be docked points for being late. Reasoning behind the no Zero’s. It’s too hard for them to raise their grade with such a low number getting averaged in!!!!! It’s not the teachers who are failing the kids it’s the system.
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