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kanigie

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kanigie last won the day on September 18 2019

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About kanigie

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  • Birthday 04/21/1984

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    Hunterdon County, New Jersey

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  1. Bringing this one back up again. Looking for a left handed inexpensive and adjustable both draw length and weight bow. Bare bow is just fine.
  2. Hop back on W&W for the first time in a while and an event in my neck of the woods less than 3 weeks away! Hope to make it.
  3. I know nothing about eBikes but I bet if you look at something without camo not marketed for hunting you'll save some cash.
  4. It's called a micro pulley allowing you to advanced the friction knot. Arborist brother in law rigged it up for me. https://sherrilltree.com/cmi-micro-pulley-aluminum-up-to-1-2in-diameter-rope/ Doubles as my harness tie in.
  5. Found this modified prussic easier to lengthen one handed. Had difficulty locating the metal wire coming off the ropeman.
  6. Very nice. Have you considered cable aiders to double the stick length and drop some weight?
  7. Seat flips over and locks in place to serve as a shelf. Bungie keeps is snug. You can mod the original lone wolf assaults with a small piece of paracord to make a shelf as well.
  8. I'm a size 11 and it's tight with my 1600 gram lacrosses! My lights boot, no problem. What method were you using for 2 sticks to get that height? Sent from my Pixel 3 using Tapatalk
  9. Seems like more and more guys are going mobile. What's your set up and where does it weigh in at? I've been tweaking things the last 2 years to get where I am today. My LWCG .5 finally came in. I run modded lone wolf sticks. I used lone wolf's existing hardware and cut 1/16" aluminum square tubing to 24". I added rubber weller nuts so they nest in the stand receivers. With cable aiders each stick is 42". I can easily get 18' without stretching on 3 sticks. Sticks, stand, webbing straps, and bow rope are 13.6 lbs. With camera gear, water, snacks and everything else I am under 29lbs.
  10. Cooper classic model 52 chamber is .270. It a beauty and the action is crazy smooth.
  11. I'm running the daisy chain webbing straps. If I recall the amstell had a little more stretch. Keep us posted.
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