YOBUCK, IF Larry was hunting I was most likely with him, I did shoot a nice eight pt from that lookout. As for the brackets, Jon gave me all the drawings for them and I redesigned them and built 21 sets of them back in the day. Sold all of them through a sporting good store in York, I am still using them. Larry has just sold his camp in Sinnemahoning for health reasons, Jon is not good, no one came up to his camp this year. My wife and I have a place next to where Larry was up off of 120, if you know where his cabin was. I can shoot from 400 to 1100 right off my deck. I cant drag them anymore so I do a lot of glassing! Larrys dad Raymond Smith started hunting what they called "long range" back in the 50's, they used Dick Thomas dots in their scopes. I have one of their early scopes (far cry from now). They were using 300 H&H back then. Many many funny stories that will all be lost before long. It was nice reading the posts about years gone by, and nice talking with you.