Is it already bow-deer season in KS? Also, what's that you're behind, a new-fangled bow, or a ferris wheel? That thing sure is high-tech.
Nice purdah does it come with a camo burka too?
Dude, if we ever have a Red Dawn scenario in this country, the family and I are coming to stay at your place, okay? :)But seriously, happy hunting!
Bring on the Rooskies!I shoot a Ross 331 bow. The top cam is in the forefront so it appears quite a bit bigger than it actually is. It's less than 4 inches across, but nevertheless sizable for a compound cam. This is what allows it to deliver an arrow at more than 300 feet per second.I do have several camo burka's, by the way.
I've been out once so far. Went to a farm where I've only seen deer in the morning, but I only had time in the afternoon. Big surprise, I saw nothing...I did have 6 turkeys go by. I'll be out again on Saturday morning. Out of curiosity, does KS allow crossbow hunting or deer hunting on Sundays?
So what happens when some lib tells the kids your responsible for knocking off Bambi. Disregard the fact that the kids want to go to McDonalds for a burger from the sanctioned killing fields. In order to resolve this miscarriage of justice, I think everybody that proudly displays taking Bambi and friends on some blog should be required to eat double portions of tofu burgers along with wearing a t-shirt that says "I murdered Bambi."I will not admit that Nathan gave us some venison.Enjoy your time with nature. I enjoy riding the back roads home in the morning with the fog hovering of the hills and the wonderful sunrise.
Jeff,Hunting is legal in Kansas on Sunday, but I've never done so...I'm a touch busy that day.Crossbows are illegal for bow season- AS THEY SHOULD BE- unless you are disabled. They are firearms as far as I'm concerned.
yeah, I'm not a fan of crossbows myself. NJ made them legal this year along with Sunday hunting. Our lovely state made them legal for the entire archery season (Sept-Jan). A lot of guys here think they should only be allowed during gun season too. We'll see what happens...I'm hoping to fill my doe tag this Saturday. (We have to shoot a doe first. Another one of NJ's endless regulations...)
Pastor Tony, our son Tate and his family have a beautiful log home on 33 acres that backs up to the National Wildlife refuge on No Business Mountain in Lynchburg VA. Boy did we see the dear this past visit. Nothing of any size and mostly does. Tate says the sad part, no one hunts them, therefore there are too many for the area. The sure looked skinny.
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