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On 10/29/2022 at 8:32 PM, ged said:

Youth success in RI. Even a broken hand couldn’t save this deer. 

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Nice work.

I have found as I get older, the dad rush is almost as good, if not better than the rush itself. 

 

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7 hours ago, sams said:

Pretty work by you and your boy there GED.  What kind of shooting iron is that?

 

sam

Woodman Arm muzzle loader. Very nice local (NH build gun)

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7 hours ago, mikez2 said:

Nice work.

I have found as I get older, the dad rush is almost as good, if not better than the rush itself. 

 

I look forward to youth hunting weekends more that he does. 

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7 hours ago, mikez2 said:

Nice work.

I have found as I get older, the dad rush is almost as good, if not better than the rush itself. 

 

I disappeared from here for a while. My 66 YO father died a few weeks ago and we had his celebration of life in MA youth deer day (not my choice). 3 weeks later my grandfather died. 
 

These last few weeks have been humbling. I step into the woods with my son with more appreciation than ever. 

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41 mins ago, ged said:

I disappeared from here for a while. My 66 YO father died a few weeks ago and we had his celebration of life in MA youth deer day (not my choice). 3 weeks later my grandfather died. 
 

These last few weeks have been humbling. I step into the woods with my son with more appreciation than ever. 

That's tough.

I'm glad you were able to be out with the kid during all that.

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45 mins ago, ged said:

I disappeared from here for a while. My 66 YO father died a few weeks ago and we had his celebration of life in MA youth deer day (not my choice). 3 weeks later my grandfather died. 
 

These last few weeks have been humbling. I step into the woods with my son with more appreciation than ever. 

Sorry for your loss

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15 hours ago, specialist said:

I see it now, Woodman Arms nice.  How do you like it , I’ve been eying them

I am very happy with them (2). I really like gear, and I had a few Thompson’s and 3 LHR Redemption muzzle loaders previously.
 

Although I really like the LHR, the fact that Mark Woodman advises NOT to clean the muzzle loader until after the season is a game changer. 17-4 stainless with nitride allows the gun to be shot with blackhorn 209 all season without damage. 
 

The LHR have the same treatment, they called “Armonite” I think. I never tried shooting those guns and not tearing them down and cleaning it like new at the end of the day. 
 

The Woodman is an honest 6lb gun. Nice to carry. 

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