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  1. Congrats on joining the bow hunting ranks. I'm also primarliy a 3n hunter for much of my hunting and when lucky get to join some friends in 3s. One of those properties are in Yorktown and would pick Westchester 9 out of 10 times for deer numbers , sightings and size. As with all properties cams and initial scouting don't always show everything especially when your learning new spots. Put in the time especially near seeking rut phase. I can't believe some of the bruiser that pass through these small suburban locations. We see lots of deer in person at this location that may never show on cam , not being "residents" . Your results may vary because despite both being located in Yorktown small distances can be a world of differnce but I wouldn't write it based on your initial inspection. And if you need anyone to verify this spots potential I'm avaiable. Sent from my SM-G920V using Tapatalk
  2. I agree. Unfortunately it is the only place I have permission for so to lose it will be devastating. I'm trying to walk a fine line of making it happen without being annoying and hence just not worth the effort . Sent from my SM-G920V using Tapatalk
  3. That will be my next step. He said to give him a few weeks to look into things. Do any of you have personal liability coverage for hunting permission reasons? Another place I saw on Craigslist I was looking into leasing had that requirement. Sent from my SM-G920V using Tapatalk
  4. He does. He is the one that said despite the statute saying property owners are protected from liability, it actually fairly limited in the protections it offers. At least according to what he researched in the past. I was hoping to find something, current and specific proving property owners are protected . I'm really trying to make it hassle free for him. Sent from my SM-G920V using Tapatalk
  5. Thanks. I know it says they are protected but is anyone familiar with limitations other than the ones outlined in the statute? From my understanding even when a person signs a liability waiver they can still sue. Sent from my SM-G920V using Tapatalk
  6. Hi I know this a ny forum but since I live here and hunt here this is the forum I read and follow most. Anyways the issue is, I may potentially be losing permission on the only private land I have access to. It is in Connecticut. My uncle is a lawyer for a very wealthy women who is the land owner. This year he has told me that since the land is no longer being insured the owner isn't comfortable having me hunt there. It was my understanding that since it isn't a lease the property owner is protected from liability. My uncle has said this is true but this is very limited in the coverage it offers. Does anyone know the legal language and or links to codes to show that they would be protected so I could forward links. Or is he correct that they still could be liable not including of exclusions such as undisclosed known hazzards? Do any of you have personal liability coverage or know of something I can purchase to help them feel safe? My uncle knows I obviously wouldn't sue but his client is worth many millions so despite me being family it is not something the property owner can chance. Any other ideas or suggestions? Sent from my SM-G920V using Tapatalk
  7. Have you ever seen these before? i found it intriguing. Vorn backpacks
  8. i have a hoyt maxxis 31 . rt hand 28 or 29 cant remember draw length. 60lb draw with quiver i will sell for 250. will need new string in cables but a super awesome bow. pm if interested
  9. as with others, i have lost two gloves. they are same make and style and of course are both right hand so cant even match new and old set to have one pair. I dont want to jinx it but this was the first year i didnt "lose", have a camera stolen.
  10. i dont think so. its just my own opinion. i feel the law should be focused on being restorative towards victims
  11. well i dont know the whole story here but from what i have read this appears to be a tragic accident. if it is truly an accident, i just dont see how charging and arresting do anything for justice. Without GROSS negligence, to me this is just a tragedy and any legal intervention (arrest/charges) will only cause more harm to this family's situation then doing any good. i would only support this if fellow family members support and want this action.
  12. butt out
  13. i really like the gut hook. it is simple, fast and without issue. but it is the only method i have ever used so dont have a comparison. Nor have i done nearly as many deer as some of you. only at about 10 lifetime total.
  14. I use this knife and LOVE it. very sharp , holds awesome edge and fantastic grip. i was helping a friend the other day do his 2nd ever deer and using his cheapo really reinforced what a difference a nice knife makes. Modesty seldom comes into play when we are describing how good our knives are. But in the case of the Master Hunter®, we’ve been unquestionably negligent in that department. So, modesty aside, we want to go on record and say, without a doubt, the Master Hunter® is the best hunting knife you can obtain at any price. It features a broad VG-1 San Mai III® blade that’s been flat ground to achieve the ideal blade cross-section and edge geometry. Carefully honed to razor sharpness, its edge cuts effortlessly while its dropped point simplifies the chore of field dressing and skinning. The spine of the blade is a full 3/16" thick to allow for the necessary strength and stiffness to field dress and skin the biggest animals like elk, moose, brown bear, and the African Dangerous Seven. The grip is specially designed to promote long use without fatigue. Made of the shock absorbent, slightly tacky feeling Kraton®, and featuring our deeply checkered surface, it positively won’t slip no matter how wet or bloody your hands get. Plus, Kraton® has specially enduring advantages in that it will never rot, shrink, crack, splinter, or mildew, and is completely impervious to even the harshest weather. For safety, the Master Hunter® comes in a thick, heavy Conceal-Ex™ sheath that will accommodate just about any size belt and allow you to carry it all day without fatigue. Sharing most of the design features of our Master Hunter®, this variation features a guthook. This makes it an extremely useful tool for field dressing and opening body cavities without piercing the entrails.
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