abnmike

Discussion in 'Member Introductions' started by abnmike, Dec 23, 2009.

  1. abnmike

    abnmike Member

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    Live in Liberty Maine and am retired Army. Hunt in Colorado at the invite of a ranch owner and enjoy it so much that as we pack to leave we all are already talking of next year. Believe in 1 round 1 kill and have harvested elk in 3 of 4 years one at 520 yds. Am here to learn!!!gun)
     
  2. winmag

    winmag Well-Known Member

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    Im new here too, but just figured id say THANK YOU, for serving your country!!! i appreciate it. my grandpa is a retired C.S.M. US ARMY AIRBORNE 187 ?ROC-A-SAN?? He'd probably kick my butt for not knowing how to spell "roc-a-son" but anyhow THANK YOU. WINMAG
     

  3. winmag

    winmag Well-Known Member

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    Im new here too, but just wanted to THANK YOU for serving your country! i appreciate it. my grandpa is a retired CSM US ARMY AIRBORNE 187 "ROCASON" he'd probably kick my butt for not knowing how to spell "roc-a-son"......but... THANK YOU for your service. winmag
     
  4. Joel Russo

    Joel Russo Official LRH Sponsor

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    Welcome abnmike, there's a wealth of knowledge here.

    I also dropped from the 250' tower....
     
  5. Buffalobob

    Buffalobob Writers Guild

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    Welcome. There are several of us with wings.
     
  6. yobuck

    yobuck Well-Known Member

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    welcome abnmike. you will find this is a good place to sort thru the input and gain information. hunting is of coarse a personal thing as to how we go about it. i had a friend who tried all types of hunting, and became very proficient at all of them from archery to long range. he eventually got bored with them all. last i talked with him he had a single shot ruger #1 in 45/70 with no scope. he would sneak along the ridge tops looking for bucks in their beds. he'd get as close as he could before he shot. if the buck jumped it was over and he lost. thank god he didnt think we should all hunt that way.
     
  7. Chas1

    Chas1 Well-Known Member

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    Welcome aboard, glad to have you here. We're all still safe here in America thanks to you standing your post...A job well done. Thank you
    USMC 70-74.