Buckmaster7600

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About Buckmaster7600

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    Elite NY Hunter

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    Saratoga county
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    Tikka t3, rem 7600
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    Bowtech experience
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  1. One of my favorite things in the fall woods is watching a flock of turkeys fly down for the day and watching and listening to them set up the days pecking order. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. If you’ve worn quality wool you’ll laugh at the wooltimate’s wool quality. If you’ve never worn wool and like the wooltimate try good wool and you’ll be amazed. Wooltimate is made from recycled wool. When you recycle wool you loose the good qualities but keeps the bad. The weave is very loose and makes it colder than it should be because wind goes through it much more than quality virgin wool. I got a set on clearance years ago and sent it back without ever wearing it. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Lighter, if you aren’t shooting at running deer use whatever’s lighter. If you’re going to get serious about hunting up there regularly you really need to practice shooting at running deer probably 3/4’s of the bucks I’ve killed in the big woods we’re on the run. That being said as my tracking skills are improving “very slowly” those numbers are changing but I still practice regularly at shooting moving targets. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. I’m sorry For the smart ass answer Rob, I’m still confused by the name chances and thought you were stormy for a second. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. Amazingly other states allow poor New Yorkers to hunt their states as well. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Who else is in the woods today post storm? I got in about an hour ago, checked cams this morning in a monsoon and had 2 new bucks on camera for the first time last night. A 120” 8 and another 100ish” 9 that looked mature from the pictures. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. An old saying about a shoe fitting is coming to mind... Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Calling is over rated spring or fall, of my 4 2019 gobblers not a single turkey call was made. Finding them and sneaking up on them is way more fun than having them come to you. Turkeys are very stupid but they do have outstanding survival instincts and trying to get within range especially bow range of a bird that’s not distracted by calls is the ultimate turkey challenge in my opinion. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. For the love of god we all saw your scope contraption I think it would in everyone’s best interest to keep any and all power tools as far away from your gun as possible. Unless you’re going to drill and tap it because we all want to see you turn it into a cannon and be able to shoot it with a fuse through the new touch hole. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. The 6 o’clock hold has been around for a long time it’s a bullseye competition method that leaked over to the military and law enforcement back when they were still using bullseye targets. It is used to give a definitive hold on a round target, something that’s very difficulty do otherwise because it’s very hard to consistently hold on center of a circle. The problem with it is that the 6 o’clock hold or Lolli-popping, doesn’t transition to hunting or combat/real life scenarios well at all because there is no definitive spot to hold on the bottom of on a deer, bad guy or what ever else your intended target is. That is why most everyone covers half of their target when shooting things that aren’t round. While instructing I have often gotten guys that wanted to argue this and every time I was able to prove them wrong on the range. With any kind of sights unless you’re aiming at a 10 ring cover the bottom half of the bullet hole or spread you intend on making with the front sight “I think that would be the middle dot on that abomination of a sight that you have strapped to your shotgun” and pull the trigger. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. My biggest “racked” adk buck came after a hellacious paddle across Indian lake. 10pt that weighed 203lbs the first week of December. That’s an option I highly recommend just be careful because there is a couple camps on private land you’ll have to watch out for. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. Why do you need 3 beads to shoot birdshot, you aren’t aiming your pointing. To point at something you have to see the target with that contraption it’s covering up most of the target. I’m far from a traditionalist actually my main shotgun hasn’t even had a bead on it in a few years since I ran my benelli over with my snowmobile crow hunting. Probably killed 1500 crows with it since and a bunch of squirrels and other critters as well. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. Yea real easy to see the “sight” who needs to see the target? Ray Charles can see that that thing is a retarded idea! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. Yea but I’ve never seen anyone put the front and rear sight together, kinda defeats the purpose. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. Natural habitat? Aren’t you the one that has a stand on someone’s paved driveway? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk