Youth hunt yesterday in 8H. David put a perfect shot on this doe and she didn’t go 20. Practice pays off. On a side note, if you teach a kid to field dress their first one, try to make it in the daylight. We all know how much more difficult a flashlight job can be.
Had a blast yesterday. Bennie was a blast to watch. David could’ve maybe shot a bit better, but he wasn’t letting it discourage him and stuck it out. We all have those days sometimes. Deer hunt in the afternoon.
I’ve had very good luck talking to our local town clerk about things like that. They sometimes have more knowledge than some of the over the counter people and definitely care a bit more. Small town stuff.
How old is it? Sounds like a points/condenser issue. I’ve got the same engine circa 1988 and have found all aftermarket ignition products to be inferior in size and quality. Watch the cap and rotor for correct contact and file/burnish your points for a square contact.
I had this problem last year, although I think mine was a bit worse. Monroe County took 35 gallons of water soaked gasoline from me at their ecopark as they collect old paint, varnish, etc. They were VERY clear about not accepting a 55 gallon drum.