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post #106 of 916 Old 09-23-2011, 06:32 AM Thread Starter
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Sweeeet!!!

I have been once, bagged a 5x6 in Wyoming in 2008 and want to go again.




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post #107 of 916 Old 09-23-2011, 06:32 AM
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I thought you guys might like these.

I shot the bull with my bow, last Monday, on public OTC land, on a do-it-yourself hunt.

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Nice Bull Matt. I guess by now they're bugling quite a bit aren't they? That's a sound I love hearing! Did you hunt close to Elbert or have to drive a ways?
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Jim,

Yeah, the bulls are getting fired up, now. I called that one in from a long ways down in a hole.

I was hunting in the mountains near Granby, CO. My wife and I own a small vacation condo in Winter Park, so that makes a nice place to "base" out of.

Will you be elk hunting this year?

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Yeah, the bulls are getting fired up, now. I called that one in from a long ways down in a hole.

I was hunting in the mountains near Granby, CO. My wife and I own a small vacation condo in Winter Park, so that makes a nice place to "base" out of.

Will you be elk hunting this year?

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I've been through the Grandby area a few times. I hunted over just a little west of Eagle in the Flat Top Wilderness area a few years ago and down around Pagosa Springs. Not going to be able to go this year but have every intention of going next season for the general rifle season. Nothing around here compares to hunting in the Rockies and once it's gets ahold of a person it's hard to not go back.
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Sweeeet!!!

I have been once, bagged a 5x6 in Wyoming in 2008 and want to go again.

Nice Bull Dave!
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post #111 of 916 Old 09-23-2011, 10:50 AM
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Hunting season (archery) starts next weekend here in Pa., but as much as hunting controls my life, I think I'll pass on archery season this year to allow more time to start my frame off resto. That'll also let me squeeze in more small game hunting too.
Too many things, too little time! Retirement is a ways off yet!

BTW, nice elk. It's been 11 years now since I was hunting them in Buford, Co. Pa. has a small herd but it's a lottery drawing for under 100 hunters. Odds are slim!
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Thanks for the compliments, the Elk was a super cool animal to hunt and the entire experience was unreal and unforgetable. I am sure it is no big deal for people that live where there is snow and mountains vs heat and mesquite

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Thanks for the compliments, the Elk was a super cool animal to hunt and the entire experience was unreal and unforgetable. I am sure it is no big deal for people that live where there is snow and mountains vs heat and mesquite
Maybe so,but it is heat and mesquite that makes meat a tasty treat. Grill on Dave.

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Nice!

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post #116 of 916 Old 09-25-2011, 07:35 PM
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Deer season just started Saturday here in California. My Dad and I with our deer on opening morning.


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Deer season just started Saturday here in California. My Dad and I with our deer on opening morning.

That's awesome. Double-header!! Way to go, Guys!

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Two in the freezer, sweet

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post #119 of 916 Old 09-26-2011, 09:33 AM
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I didn't know if y'all would mind me asking this here, but I figured a bunch of gun enthusiasts would be on here, and would be able to help me out..

I am trying to 'restore' my father's 36 pistol, it is a Colt Official Police .38 Special. It seems to be the 1917 'new service' from what I can figure out. I've looked on Numrich's site for the parts, but they are sold out of the last part I need. Is there anywhere else I can look for parts?

I'm looking for #37 and #13 in this diagram:

https://www.gunpartscorp.com/catalog...spx?catid=7208

I had ordered #13 from them, but it seems to be almost 1/8" longer than the one from the pistol.

Is there any hope to ever get this back together?

Thanks guys!

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