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  1. I think about the hunts I've been on in the past and of course they were all a lot of fun wether we filled a tag or not. But some really stick out and I seem to reflect on them more often then others. One that sticks out was with just my dad and I. We drew 19A Archery Antelope in 1998. I was 13. We had an absolute blast! I remember trying to shoot at camp the weekend before the hunt and my release would give about half way through my draw cycle and my dad was just cussing like crazy "keep your dang finger off the trigger" finally I say here dad you try and the same thing lol! We had to tighten and loc tight the set screw behind the trigger. I found a small white mulie shed from the road heading out of camp. We had an old single cab bench seat Chevy and picked up a couple hitch hiking girls on 89 later to realize the signs say don't pick up hitch hikers, the Mingus girls camp was right above camp. We had to search for our fold up toilet seat about a half mile from camp because a huge storm came in and washed it down stream. We stood on a ridge off of fain ranch road and watched antelope from all different directions run right past us, I shot at a big buck we called Jim, and my dad laughed so hard when I shot because that buck seemed to turn and duck right before the arrow got to him and it stuck in the mud. We flung a lot of arrows and never connected but for so many reasons that one sticks out as one of the best hunts I've ever had. What's your most memorable hunt story as we prepare for another hunting season?
  2. I bought this scope on a gun.... the scope had a scratched reticle and I wanted to put turrets on it so I sent it off to Leupold... They called me saying that they would be replacing the scope because they didn't have the right parts? So the factory installed the knurled Leupold nobs on a brand New one and shipped it back... I mounted it and stuck it in the safe... It has never been out of my shop or my safe, never fired.... Brand new... I just acquired another scope as well and don't really need this one now... So I have found the scope without turrets for $1,100-$1,300.... (plus tax, shipping, turrets...etc)...... I would like $1,200....now $1,100, for the scope in the original box, with the turrets included. No trades... and FTF only. Thanks, Gino text or call (928)978-29hundred