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About Chef

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  • Birthday 09/29/1973

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    Hunting, Fishing, Cooking, & Eating!

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  1. My wife and I were below them when they flew by Azbowhntr this year. I was video taping two bulls and saw a shadow hit me from above. I knew what it was and braced for the fury. It was awesome. I head 50 yards back to Dulce and she was glassing while under a tree so she didn't get to see them but was awestruck by the shockload. I've been hunting bighorns in BGAFR and they love to ride those canyons low and fast. It brings you to your knees! My favorite is one time glassing through a draw and I see one break in and out of my FOV fast! I hear it three seconds later. AWESOME!
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    Timney trigger- worth it?

    Todd at Southern Xpress is installing a Jard trigger and bedding an A-Bolt II for me as we speak.
  3. Chef

    Timney trigger- worth it?

    I believe that Timney offers a complete drop in trigger assembly for the X-Bolt vs only a spring kit for the A-Bolt. *Jard does make a drop in trigger for both.
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    New Member

    Tex, I removed the "Strikethrough" in your post. You must have accidentally clicked the S located at the top part of the text box when you typed. Push it and it makes your text look like this.
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    Spot and Stalk Mountain Lion Hunting

    Both are bad. You can talk about how bad they are. Just no animal cruelty or cussing while your talking about it. At least not here.
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    Spot and Stalk Mountain Lion Hunting

    Delw, I wholeheartedly agree. This is why his posts were not deleted. Everyone is entitled to their opinion. It’s all in the delivery.
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    Spot and Stalk Mountain Lion Hunting

    Nobull350...I just spent longer than I wanted to cleaning up your posts in this thread. I didn’t delete them so as to allow you to voice your opinion. I do not want to clean up any more of your threads. No vulgarity period. I don’t care how you spell it.
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    Dry Rub Venison Back Strap

    ....and WELCOME to the forum!
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    Dry Rub Venison Back Strap

    That looks fantastic! Coues is my favorite of all big game meats, and this is the way I do it too.
  10. Perfect and very noble! I’ll start the bidding at $100!
  11. What a great first post! Congrats to all!
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    freakin rodents!

    We sell quite a bit of flashing LED light systems to farmers to keep rodents away from farm equipment. If you want to talk about expensive, you should see the size of a wiring harness for a John Deere 8R series tractor.
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    Different POI with Different Shooter?

    Cheek weld differences will have an impact.
  14. If it was a trail cam, it would be stolen by now.
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