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About beaverman

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  1. squared off tail and rounded head is more likely a sharpshin than a cooper's. both species are very capable of taking chickens. the sharpies prefer birds as prey and they are referred to as chicken hawks. Sent from my SM-S920L using Tapatalk
  2. what do you mean by it uses cables in place of chain? in the pictures it has the standard roller chain to go around the tree. I've been using an API bowhunter as my primary climber for the last 15+ years. they are great stands Sent from my SM-S920L using Tapatalk
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    Iowa Stud

    Here is a picture that shows the actual size a bit better
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    Iowa Stud

    It grossed 194
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    Truck Issues

    Getting new brakes won't solve the problem. The wheel speed sensor is in the hub bearing assembly. When the bearings start to go bad the sensor gets bad readings and throws a code that shuts down traction control and ABS systems. Sometimes it isn't actually a bad bearing the sensor can go bad or the wires can get damaged. If you pull the code and have an open reading on one side you will know that is the area to look. There are a few other electrical issues that can cause the same type of problems so the first thing I would do is pull the code in the computer to see if its an open wheel s
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    I watched a video where these 2 brothers always prank each other. the one put deer piss in the others vape. guess it would be buck lure at that point. was pretty funny but nasty to think about. Sent from my SM-S920L using Tapatalk
  8. I have some federal 209A primers. I'm in Salem county. Pretty sure I met you and your wife turkey hunting a spot I was deer hunting so you may not be too far from me.
  9. There are several different species of bacteria that have been isolated from deer with bullwinkle. I would think the state wants the head to see what bacteria are present. Freezing the head prior to sampling may kill some of the bacteria leading to them not getting the results they were looking for. Many times the bacteria present are only causing a localized infection and would not affect the meat. Since you don't know what is causing the infection or if it is carried through the blood it is always recommended you do not consume it without test results clearing it for consumption.
  10. that way you are dragging against the hair. makes it more difficult and causes all kinds of debris to get stuck to the hide. much better off dragging head first. I have a couple simple deer drags I've used for probably 20 years. just a loop of nylon with a metal d-ring and some rope. I prefer the cart or jet sled but in the nasty stuff the drag is easier, plus it's in my pack so no running to the truck and back. I just loop the nylon over a shoulder or around my waist and walk out. Sent from my SM-S920L using Tapatalk
  11. Most likely its the carrier latch. When your action comes back or you hit the shell release the back of the latch gets compressed pivoting the front of the latch out of the way so a shell is released. When the carrier starts to move it allows the latch to spring back preventing more than 1 shell from coming out. If the end of the latch gets bent ever so slightly you will have the problem you are experiencing. If the latch isn't properly pinned in place you will also experience failure to feed.
  12. congrats. if you woke up at 6 and were climbing a tree at 620 you must be hunting right out the door. Sent from my SM-S920L using Tapatalk
  13. I always shoot the gap on those shots but the 20 and 30 pins are close enough that both of them would probably be a good point of aim on many shots. Sent from my SM-S920L using Tapatalk
  14. Thermacell crapped out, igniter won't work and skeeters are pretty bad in this spot. figure I'll be a quart low by dark. Hopefully something comes through soon so I can shoot it and get out of here. this is the second Thermacell I had issues with in the last couple years. the first one I ever bought worked fine for years then I dropped it out of the tree one day. bought a couple new ones and haven't had much luck with them. Sent from my SM-S920L using Tapatalk
  15. Yeah but they tack on $50 for over sized item shipping
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