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Got my Lion Back

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Unread 12-10-2012, 04:23 PM
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Re: Got my Lion Back

thats awesome congrats
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    Unread 12-10-2012, 04:36 PM
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    Re: Got my Lion Back

    Congrats it looks like it was worth the wait.
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    Unread 12-10-2012, 05:29 PM
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    Re: Got my Lion Back

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    Well, I know the guy well and he treats me good, but the going rate among the better guys around here is $3k including habitat. Also, I will warn that I have seen the workings of less expensive guys and there is a reason they charge less. I feel if it is worth mounting and a valued trophy it is worth a few hundred more.

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    I completely understand that we've got to pay for what we get but it is good to know what "the best" charge.
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    Good job Jeff ! Did you pre load the BI-pods and check the Anti-cant Level befor your broke the shot .
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    Thanks for the story- we got lots of cats, haven't mastered getting them without dogs. A friend I help with some of the feed chores, has a window peeker I'm going to try and call this coming week. Its been in driveways up and down the creek as well. I think its more than one myself- light snow on the ground maybe I can get set up close enough to have a chance. Finding shooting lanes complicates the task. Loft of the barn makes a good stand, but if the cats not there its not there. It spends some time holed up in severe weather in an old abandoned milk barn. We stretched more than one in a backyard when dogs were allowed. Good times!
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    wow, that is awesome! congrats.
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    Unread 12-12-2012, 02:10 PM
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    Thanks for all the complements guys. I am very please with him. The more I look at him the more I like him. My wife says now are living room is complete. Reminds her of a Cabela's. LOL
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