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  • Birthday 02/18/1971

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    Region 7 & 8
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    Ithaca 12 ga
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    Hoyt razortec

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  1. Awesome!! Glad things went well for them!! Junior year this year??
  2. I’m not 100% sure but I think you need to go same route as a pistol. Buy said rifle, take paper work with serial number to sheriffs office and have serial number, make & model added to permit. Then can take possession of rifle. Bass Pro & Cabela’s are not even selling rifles at there stores in NY because of this law
  3. Bow season in Southern zone is always 10/1. Regular season always opens 3rd sat in November. Late season bow/muzzleloader season starts the day after regular season closes and runs for 9 days. Holiday hunt runs 12/26 - 1/1. This is for southern zone. Not sure about northern zone as I haven’t hunted there in over 15 years.
  4. Ah the Dorr brothers. I did some research on this group. They also run one in Ohio, Illinois and I believe a few other states. Never found to many positive reviews. I’d stick with a few of the ones Al listed
  5. 2003 Hoyt Razortec for a bow. (Thinking of upgrading. Easton carbon arrows, new this past season so don’t remember which ones off the top of my head. Muzzy MX-4, 100 grain broadheads
  6. I talked to a buddy today who is a lawyer for Assemblyman Barclay. He said what he is seeing in this bill is the state going after “sellers” not “buyers”. Similar to what they did with online sellers. Nothing about buying and bringing ammo across state lines.
  7. Ha. I fell for that once. Posted the site and got a 10 day ban
  8. Are you coming to Syracuse for the Army-Syracuse game??
  9. Would depend, is it really hurting the deer or is it just a “skin” condition??
  10. Go to your county sheriffs office. Can print form online. Fill out all parts then call to schedule time to drop off at sheriffs office. A lot has changed since I got mine. Especially with the new changes that went into effect last year. Phone call to sheriffs office to check on the process might be best first step
  11. I recertified last weekend. My “due” date was 3/9/2024. Had been that date for years. I looked Sunday before i recertified and my date had been changed. The new “due” date was 09/01/2023. I heard they anyone over 3 years needs to recertify by 9/1/23 according to laws passed last year
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