downwindoutdoors

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  1. He definitely was caught in a trap. However, the foot didn't have any signs of infection or open wounds.
  2. Yeah, his foot was pretty messed up from a trap. However, it was completely healed and there was no visible wounds or infection. Tough little critters!
  3. We use Harris. Harris manufactures many different types of bipods, but we specifically use the Ultralight model with 13.5 to 27 inch pivoting head. We have found this range of height is perfect when in the seated position. The pivoting action is crucial to a level sight plane and minor adjustments to make the perfect shot. Sent from my SM-G892A using Tapatalk
  4. We all have those hunts that we say we will always remember. This one, for us, was one for the record books….literally. We were privileged enough to harvest two NY trophy birds on the same hunt that would take the 5th and 31st ranking in the NWTF record book. The biggest bird had 6 beards for a total of 40.5” and scored 119.35 and the other scored 86.82 with 3 beards for a total of 22.25”. You can read the full story here…. Full Story
  5. It's a custom 22-250 Ackley built by Kampfeld Customs out of Idaho. Action: Remington Model 700 Barrel: Krieger 1-12 twist with a #17 Heavy Varmint Contour Stock: H-S Precision Tactical in Grassland Camo Trigger: Jewell Scope: Nightforce NXS 5.5-22X56 with the MOAR Reticle
  6. Thanks man, appreciate that! Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G891A using Tapatalk
  7. Really need the stars to align for that to happen! Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G891A using Tapatalk
  8. Oh yeah, cameras really love those frigid temps. We actually have the most problems with the tripod heads since they are filled with fluid. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G891A using Tapatalk