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Unread 06-18-2019, 08:27 AM   #21
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Paul, Don't let the boys get to you about your rotary dial phone, The one I use does not have a dial!
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Oh no. Today after a 40 year lay off, my third round was a 25. Twice I thought I had missed. That gun still broke em. It's a keeper for sure.
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It isn't the arrow - It's the indian
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Don’t dwell on the barrel. Dwell on the target. It’s kind of a zen thing- be the bullet/shot swarm. Congratulations on the first of many straights with your SBT!
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A good looking bow always helps. You really don't have to shoot good, just look good, and a Parker over your shoulder or under your arm always makes you look better.
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I can clearly remember when our farm house had a wooden crank phone like that. That's all there was in that area until the early 60's. Just can't remember the operators name. The phone line was a wire strung along on the ground through the bushes on the side of the road. I can remember my grandfather picking it up and cranking it and yelling through the hand mic at the operator; neither of them could hear much.

Good luck with your SBT Paul. I'm thinking I'd do well with one since it has a single trigger. I love busting clays way out there with the long guns!
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