Buck Rub· Registered
Speaking as one who missed 5 times in one day and was not afraid to post the facts of my hunt I feel obligated to respond to this thread. There was a time in my late 20's to early 40's that I had great no miss streak with the flinter and my confidence was very high. Well things change and if you have all hunted with a flinter as long as I have (30 years) a miss or two can shake your confidence and turns in to me getting the case of the flinches which I was able to work through by the end of the season. So if you take a shot and do an exensive follow up to guarantee it was a miss should you leave the woods for the day? If we have to monitor what we write here because we are worried how the Anti's would feel well I am sorry it defeats the reason I come to this site on a daily basis.