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Grandsons Tornado takes another buck.

I posted here last Thursday about my grandsons 2nd buck at 10 years of age. Well Pap just got his 48th Buck one week later. I was sitting in a tree on 10 feet off the ground next to a bedding area, the trees are terrible and you can't get up very high with a SW wind. I had 2 does come out around 6pm then a decent 8pt on their tail. About 6:15 this one crawls out of the thicket and gave me a 10 yard shot, he dropped 20 yards later within sight back in that thorn covered thicket. My grandsons Tornado is a very good bow for these tight conditions with limbs sticking out everywhere next to your climber. I hope Butch lends me his Tornado next year too.



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Re: Grandsons Tornado takes another buck.

congrats on a nice on!
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Very Cool

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Nice buck....congratulations.
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post #5 of 17 (permalink) Old 10-21-2010, 01:26 PM
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How the heck long is that G2! That is one heck of a tine!

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Re: Grandsons Tornado takes another buck.

Thanks for the nice words on my grandsons buck and mine.
To be honest with you GTF I never took a tape to it they are awful long and caught on everything trying ot drag it out.The main thing was getting it ready for the table.


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Re: Grandsons Tornado takes another buck.

Rattler,
What broadhead you using with your parker? Does it have a scope or red dot. I wonder how accurate the dots are in the scopes and red dots. if there is 4 lines/dots do you use all them?
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very nice!
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AWESOME! congrats to both of you. Did you get him in Westmoreland or Clinton Co>?

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