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SteveB last won the day on July 10 2015

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    Elite NY Hunter

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    Cayuga county

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    region 7
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    DAS recurves

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  1. Wood stoves need a class A chimney - the fireplace did not have that and should not be used even with a liner. So you are going to need a chimney system as well. Least expensive is to go straight up thru the roof - closer to the peak the better. I would go with a new/newer stove that is epa listed to the current emission standards. Efficient clean burning (safer) and most have built in reduced clearances to combustibles - means they have a smaller footprint safely.
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    Worse thing to do. Causes them to puke in the bite greatly increasing chances of infection. Tick spoon or twissors - pull carefully keeping pressure on until they let go. Like pulling an earthworm from the ground.
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    Beautiful bow Dan. I do B55 aka Dacron also. Bunch of colors and silencer choices at my website.
  5. They have product for less than $500 too. A smart company addresses many price points - 10 point does this.
  6. He's been building for several years in Montana - has a strong western following including Aron Snyder of Kifaru packs. A real craftsman. I shot several of his bows at Denton last year - 1st time in 15 years I'm considering a bow with wood in it
  7. Silvertip is a great one - one of the few I wished I'd kept. Checkout Wengerd Archery. Doing some great things with both recurve and LB. His Chamois with D10 in the riser is a shooter, Wengerd longbow
  8. Brace height way low on the recurve in the beginning
  9. The ONLY reason anyone chooses a compound instead of a recurve or longbow is because it is EASIER. But then they want their "easier" to be the limit in archery equipment. I'd 100% support crossbows in a seperate season - BUT compounds would have to be moved there as well.
  10. Actual maturity is at least 4.5. But very very few who say they want AR's are after actual mature bucks. Most all simply want ones a little bit bigger.
  11. Bucks 10 pounds more are probably not "mature" - just slightly bigger.
  12. Logic has no bearing in a discussion for the best way to fill the woods with 2.5 bucks. Like targeting the best of the 1.5's that have 6 points +
  13. I love those who want all others to pass spikes and 4 pts so they can target those monster 2.5's - or the nearly 60% of the 1.5's in much of central and western NY that are 6 pts or better. You are not looking for mature bucks - just ones that are a little bit bigger.
  14. So young bucks are still shooters. Got it.