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    Payson, AZ

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  1. pwrguy

    Son's First!

    Well done. Congrats.
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    Savage Lefty model 16

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    Tessa’s first bear

    Great Bear..she's having a heck of a year
  4. Another great write up. Thank you!!
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    Giant Muzzleloader Bull

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    Savage Lefty model 16

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    2019 Bull Elk Hunts in the Book (Part 1)

    Thanks for the great write up. Awesome bull!!!
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    Barrel Length 101

    I can't see what possible axe the author would have to grind. It is hard to make comparisons if you change barrels and/or bullet/powder combinations. I'm not saying his conclusions are 100% accurate...I personally favor a longer barrel on a long range rig...it did make for an interesting read. I do think in many instances a longer barrel is of limited value.
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    Barrel Length 101

    Good read
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    Credit Cards

    I am aware of that. As soon capitol one gives me any grief they will get replaced. My point was more to point out that if you have a card that works and you only use it for apps you will be less likely to run into issue's.
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    Credit Cards

    It seems to be a theme with Wells Fargo...first thing I would do is change that. I use a Cabela's card for 15 plus years and have never had an issue. I don't use it for anything except Cabela's purchases and hunt applications which reduces the odds that it will be involved in a fraud issues. I think there is potential for issues no matter what card you have. It would be nice since all of the G&F departments have forced us into online only if they would provide a way for a back-up credit card.
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    Savage Lefty model 16

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    2019 Coues Video

    Wow. I am impressed with that little camera. I assumed you were digiscoping through a high end spotter of some sort. That is a great light weight option, I may have to look into acquiring one of those. Thanks again for posting. I second ForkHorn's question...what kind of distances are you getting some of those shots at?
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    I took this video of one working over a century plant about 10 years ago about 6 miles NE of Payson