Happy for Jase, Great Maine buck, where did all those 06 bullets end up?
Got the the book early when printed, have read it 3 times.
Would any of your guys have use for a BLR stock and forearm (straight)?
My older model Rem 7600 (which in new condition) is very difficult to release the forearm and magazine. The releases need a lot of pressure to depress. When my hands are cold I must use a piece of wood or plastic too depress them.
Been thinking: How many of the 2004/2005 guys are still here. The threads today are as good and interesting as ever, however I surely miss those 2004/2005 guys that have left for whatever reason. I often wonder where they are now.
I have a pair of Woolrich red and black checked pants size 40. They are the short type with elastic cuffs. Pads on knees and butt. Been packed away for 40 years. One pocket needs a couple stitches. PM me if interested.
Anyone want them. They are going into the trash this weekend. I forgot...
I picked a very nice older Rem 7600 this year. The rifle looks practically new probably because I got it in NJ. Is anyone reloading 30.06 for the 7600?
What powder and 150 gr and 180 gr worked best?
Saw my first action today. Right before dark a 6 or 8 pointer was running a doe for about 10 min. in the wheat field behind this house.
A friend north of me said (2) 6 pointers were hounding a doe, quit for a little bit pushing each other around until a 10 pointer came out of the woods a run...
Sunday morning I put Bill,s Licking Stick Gel and All season scent on a large bush 200 yards behind our house. About 1430 hrs. the wife is at the kitchen sink and says there is a deer stretching his neck up into the branch. Sure enough it was a cow horn spike working the branch. I never seen...
Going to check my hunting area, set up my ground blinds, put out a couple cams.
Also hoping to call in a very large coyote that hunts my area constantly.
Then hit the shotgun season first week in Dec. My best friend "T' (White Schnauzer) helps me listening my hearing is gone(2 Hearing Aids). We...
A doe with 3 little ones showed this week. That makes 7 fawns in the area behind our home. A real nice 8, one with 2 big knobs on each antler and a nice 6 have taken to hitting the soybeans in the afternoon. Deer flies must be bad because I am seeing more deer in the middle of fields during midday.
This morning we saw our first fawn of 2013. It was running around a couple of does which stood there watching it. It looked very healthy and larger than most.
Going to put the trail cam out tomorrow maybe I can get a pic.