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Mark Hamptons bucks with APS XP-100s

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Unread 11-30-2007, 11:30 AM
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Len,

I have several times, like many he lurks from time to time but is a very busy guy.

I will extend the invite again. He would be a great value to the site. He has forgotten more about handgun hunting then I will ever know!!!

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    Unread 11-30-2007, 12:58 PM
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    Thanks

    Thank you for the invite. I appreciate Kirby for posting the pictures of our whitetails taken here in Missouri.

    Kirby has built four XPs for me and they all perform beyond my expectations.

    This is a great sight with an abundance of knowledge from many experienced shooters. Along with many others, I appreciate all the input. Thanks--Mark
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    Unread 11-30-2007, 04:38 PM
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    Mark

    Glad to see you joined out family here on LRH. Your knowledge will be very helpful to many of us!!!

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    Unread 11-30-2007, 07:46 PM
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    Mark nice looking bucks, just wanted to say your father was one of the main reasons that I got interested in hunting. He was our family doctor years ago, can still remember looking at his fish mounts on the wall in his office. He even let me see his mounts at his house. There were things that I still have no idea what they were. Small small world. Oldfamily.
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    Thank you for the invite. I appreciate Kirby for posting the pictures of our whitetails taken here in Missouri.
    Kirby has built four XPs for me and they all perform beyond my expectations.

    This is a great sight with an abundance of knowledge from many experienced shooters. Along with many others, I appreciate all the input. Thanks--Mark
    Mark,
    Glad you showed up.
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    Mark, welcome.

    Gosh, another guy whose wife hunts. Envy....
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    Unread 12-01-2007, 10:18 AM
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    Welcome Mark, look forward to your conversations and remarks here at long range hunting. I wish I could still get HS's at the deal you gave me, but those times are long gone. That black LRP is still one of my favorites, it shoots great with handloads or factory. I used it the year I bought it from you to take an Oryx in NM, again welcome to the forums
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