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Discussion in 'Long Range Hunting & Shooting' started by Guest, Mar 1, 2002.
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Yes, a "Big" thanks is in order! Also, I'd like to thank all of the experienced gentlemen for taking their time to provide professional and respectful answers regardless of the questions posted. I have yet to see a condenscending answer. Thx Again.
You're all welcome. Again, I just feel privileged to be involved.
By the way, if I am not posting quite as much myself just lately it's just because I have a second passion that takes some of my energy and enthusiasm.
Here are some recent samples:
Wildebeast at dawn
The winner and still champion!
I'll scratch your neck if you'll scratch mine!
Reddish Egret on a cloudy morning
(These pictures will expire from their hosting site in a couple weeks.)
Great shots. Rule of thumb is "F8 and be there" and you was there!
Digital images have come a long way in the past few years. Have you got Len Rue's catalog - lots of great outdoor photography tools there. I particularly like his window mount - Groofwinpod, I believe he calls it.
I am from the LBB and BBB school when it comes to ornithology - either Little Brown Birds or Big Brown Birds, don't know any others.
I agree, there's NO place like home, there's no place like home.
Have returned home from the "*Rule 1 Violation*s and fair chase" WARS on the 24hour campfire.com forum.
I believe our LR point has been passed along to some of the non-believers in a stisfactory way. They even made a Longrange section there for us if we care to contribute.
There are some hardline shortrange shooters/hunters there but, I think for the most part, they understand our point, NOW.
Thanks again for the Policing of this forum.
I believe any site that has a LR section should be watched over closely and posts eleiminated when the short range boys throw up their ONLY BS defense of *Rule 1 Violation*s and fair chase. I can't believe anyone would try to put a yardage on *Rule 1 Violation*s but, that's what the Shortrange boys have done for years.
Dead is dead no matter the range.
Great pics you have there also. That lion looks like he had a rough night.
Take care and keep this site going.