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Crossbow gets the job done

15 November 2013 - 11:26 AM

My first coyote with a crossbow. While I was deer hunting this morning this gal made the mistake of cruising by my stand. Wasn't planned, but at least there is one less coyote on the farm!  





Paracord Slings

24 September 2013 - 08:59 PM

After purchasing a couple great paracord slings from Fred (which I highly recommend if you haven't purchased one yet), I was inspired to create a couple of my own. I'm not making them to sell. I simply wanted to learn how to do it and make a few for myself and friends. It's been fun. Here's a few pics of the results...









This one was experimental. Let's just say it helps meet blaze orange requirements! :)




Great calls and sling

01 June 2013 - 12:12 PM

I want to thank Fred (fr3db3ar) for an awesome paracord rifle sling and Rodney (bigdrowdy1) for 2 great deer calls. Also, thanks to Don (youngdon) for two great predator calls (not pictured - they are at the farm). The sling looks really good on my new (well, it's used, but new to me) Remington R25 243 Winchester. The calls sound as good as they look. Should be a lethal combo this fall. Thanks guys!


I'm ready to hunt!  :hunter4:







The duel!

29 May 2013 - 05:34 PM

A raccoon and bobcat square off. I'm sure a little fur was lost. Too bad the camera didn't catch all the action. 




Shortly before, another bobcat stopped by. This one is a little larger. 



Thoughts and prayers for tornado victims in OK

20 May 2013 - 02:11 PM

This is a great online community and I wanted to ask for everyones thoughts and/or prayers for the victims of the F4-F5 tornado that just went through Oklahoma City about 30 minutes ago. It was a huge tornado and at one point it was 2 miles wide. Thousands of homes, buildings, and even schools have been completely destroyed. Sadly, lives have been lost. It's especially hard to see the elementary schools completely destroyed. Luckily, it missed my parents and grandmothers home by a mile. It missed my wife's office by 3 miles. Unfortunately, a lot of people were not as lucky. 


It's tornado season in OK and I haven't been online much the past couple days because weather here has been nuts. Last night, my pregnant wife and I spent part of the evening in our underground storm shelter. We had a storm go directly over us only to turn into a tornado about a mile after passing over us. Fortunately, the weather crews in OKC are very knowledgeable when it comes to tornado's and we generally get enough notice to take shelter. But, to survive tornados of this size, you must be underground. It will clean a home completely off the foundation. 


Anyway, my thoughts and prayers go out to everyone affected by this storm. 






Oklahoma Red Cross: