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  1. I think I will buy a 6.5 in savage axis. A few of my buddies from my platoon love this caliber. They recommended it cause I have to go to lower cal cause of my neck surgeon won’t allow the 30-06 or my 12 guage. I guess 95 grain varmint bullet is great and the 120 grain flattens whitetail. I was thinking 243 but he talked me out of it. Looking forward to it. Thats a beautiful gun
  2. I’m thinking 243 savage with 100 grain and a recoil pad. Double as varmint gun too. Win win. Then cva optima v2 with 100 grain if needed to still fill tags by the time my hits. Then eventually get back to my 30-06 with recoil pad. Did shoot bow and sight in. Looking forward to season.
  3. If it was April I probably would have already given him what he wanted for this boat. Warden feels it’s ok then for kids to go fishing with, they’re four and our co-workers that fish convinced her this rig would be perfect for our whole family to go out and be safe and comfortable. Starting from scratch with all fishing equipment. Everyone I asked said this rig would be perfect for all bodies of water around western ny and easy even for a newbie cause the equipment that comes with. Especially since he listed the Bimini cover being there too, wife likes a lot. It’s unfortunate cause the time of year with convincing her now. It’s a beautiful rig and I’m going to keep my eyes open for this as what I want. But think I should probably learn how to operate boats ethically for trolling first. Lol. Not new to fishing, just never owned a boat. I’m sure it will go though🙁
  4. Well aware. I’ve used that same argument at village meetings for taking care of the problem. They didn’t seem amused. It’s too bad. I had to spend over $21k for land and I could fill my tags 🏷 in the back yard. That’s life I guess.
  5. Our kids have a few friends coming around the house lately. Getting them use to it young.
  6. I never actually wore a neck collar. The surgeon told me it would set me back with muscle strength in my neck. I tried pt before to try and avoid the or but the damage was done. Im just hoping that in Sept i will be four months post-op and if i could pull my bow back or rifle recoil without damaging the fusion. I dont want to have to do this again if I could avoid it
  7. Had two level neck fusion May 9th. Wondering if anyone had this done and how long until they returned to bow/rifle hunting? My doc and the pa don't really understand more about recoil than the bow questions. Had to miss turkey season, hopefully be ready for archery. Considering a 243 for lower recoil and eventually kids could hunt with it. If I cant hunt then whats this all about. Any info or suggestions would help. Thanks
  8. I have always been locked in every year on this thread. Looking at everyone else shooting nice deer I was a little envious of everyone that had succeeded with filling that tag. Three years of tag soup. I've been celebrating the last few days but I lucked out on monday. Its weird because I shot a buck on this day 15 years ago, the day I went on terminal leave from the Marines. My wife always thinks we are all nuts for going out into the brutal extremes of weather for the chase of whitetail. I explain to her that its worse than a disease. But when I was overseas it was thinking about the fall and whitetail deer that got me through. Filling a tag once every four years is worth it for that one moment. Our kids will understand. Now I wait a few years to take our kids out. Threads like this help. Thanks to everyone for contributing.
  9. I bought land two years ago. Being new I talked to the neighbo
  10. I looked them up on their website and they are on backorder. I'll definitely try and wait if I can get a deal. I see them on amazon for $400+, whick i wouldn't mind. I bought their sausage stuffer and looking forward to using it. Thanks for all the info. Much appreciated
  11. Looking for suggestions for a quality meat grinder. I bought one about five years ago from Sportsman Guide for cheap. Twins were born then hunting took a back seat. Then this year I got a doe and it didn't grind the front quarters very well. I tried removing some of the silver skin but some was left. I have the stuffer from LEM but the good grinder is next for sausage. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks.
  12. Looking for enclosed trailer in decent shape for four wheeler/ UTV and food plot supplies in wayne county ny or close. 5 x 8 or 5 x 10. Budget of $1000-$1400. Just seeing if anyone has any they want to move. Reasonable offers considered. New has been quoted $1800-2650 for reference
  13. I think I need to lay a gravel pad down first. My dad almost got his little camper stuck last fall. There is already an area cleared where I wanted the build or prefab to be. If I left it there I wonder if it would get me in trouble with CEOs? Its definitely an option I'm looking at. Price? To pass on to the warden
  14. Lol. Probably would be the best watch on my property. You have electric there or use a generator? Look like a setup I could probably pull off at my land if I get a vehicle to tow a camper.
  15. Ive been looking at older campers as a possibility. I like the pallet idea. Might try that.
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