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RB's article in Crossbow Magazine

Just got my new Crossbow magazine and read RB's article "Wait til you have kids". Very well written and very entertaining read. I wish I could document and tell a story as well as you John. Great Job!!

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Yep, read it last night as well. I can't get enough of the adventures of Joey. Good stuff.

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Looked for the article and can not find it, is it under articles ?

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Thanks guys!! My mailman must be reading mine, I hope it is in the box today so we can take it to camp this weekend.

It was tough bringing all the 2011 successes of my gang into ONE story...so I hope it does not sound too choppy.

Anyway, thanks for the comments, and as always DPMS, Arrowhead and all the others I look forward to all your well thought out informative regular features as well, a cover to cover keeper read for me every time.

Also, thanks guys and TBrom for asking me to share my year in the magazine, it was and will be a thrill for the boys, myself and my Dad to see their story and pics in there. Just a nice finishing touch to one heck of year as we prep for the next. You can type a million stories on the internet and I am addcited to the instant feedback and interaction from those, but for some reason seeing it in print is like a trophy. Another framer for the mancave... , I may have to find an extra copy or two for that.

You guys just made this ONE LONG workday ...I am guessing i will be getting a call around 3:45 when the boys get off the bus and get the mail.

Have a good one fellas, and thanks again for the comments and to all that gave me the opportunity to do a little print writing. And Mike (arrowhead) what can I say about your help and guidance in equiping huntetrs from 8-72, your homework and experience on the weapons certainly is evident, and having you put together the packages let us do more homework on figuring out the hill, I owe alot of the 2011 year to you, THANKS for your part in the best year of my hunting life. (so far )

Wald, I don;t think it will be on the site for awhile.




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Looked for the article and can not find it, is it under articles ?
This article is in the print magazine.

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Congrats on your published article. Kind of cool reading things published from members I know on here !

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Thanks, some of these guys here get published every issue.

BTW, I remembered I get CM delivered to my HPA PO box and not my home, so I went and got the issue at lunch today... , the boys may be a little disappointed that my picture is the big picture on the page and theirs are smaller in the outline of the hands, but I had nothing to do with that...LOL, but my response will be " hey write your own article kid..."

Like some of the changes they made to the magazine overall.






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Congrats RB!!!

Is the magazine for crossbow only authors or what exactly is the criteria?

Where have you been? I had to work late... Oh these? Yeah, it was 'camo day' at work again .
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Where might one pick up this magazine, or is it available by subscription only? I may want to get it autographed one day!

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Where might one pick up this magazine, or is it available by subscription only? I may want to get it autographed one day!
Here is where you can subscribe to it. http://www.crossbowmagazine.com/subscribe2.html Todd or Gene will have to answer if it is available on newstands. I think maybe this was the first issue that was going to be available that way, but I am not sure. This is a relatively new magazine and is the 5th issue. IMHO if you hunt or shoot with a crossbow it is a must have subscription. Actually even if you don't use a crossbow it still has good articles and stories in it.

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