Discussion in 'Introductions - New User Forum' started by Achilles2882, Jan 17, 2016.
I do and I also remember that you split out that mini skirt and the video ended up with an X rating!
I didn't know you were a member on that site.
It's coming back to me now. You went by "Shortarrow", and were into midgets.
Well this thread took a weird turn...
You'll get used to it, or maybe not. lol
No-one can hijack a thread like hh!!!!!!!
I expected more than that.
Lol no I'm not bothered by it in the least I just wish I knew what in the hell you guys were talking about lol seemed very interesting
Imagine if you will......... You have just entered, The Elguide Zone.
Careful now................ I could resemble that!!!!!!
No comments about the spandex. Good to see another okie on here. Go to Oklahoma Archery (you can find directions online there not far from you) great guys very knowledgeable and helpful, there the only guys that work on my bow besides me.
WOW!!!! that just got weird lol, thanks for al the advice guys and i do plan n going to the pro shop i found in my area evn thought im kind emberassed to walk in there with such old bow but oh well. i found out the guy that lives in my building is a trophy hunter with Trosper archery in Okc and I had him look at my bows and he gave them the green light ( tank god cause have fired my bows aroud 20 times each daily for the last week) does anyone know where i could get a list of essential gear/cloths I will need to begin hunting cause i plan on getting my hunting license in the nest week or two
You will have to decide what the difference between need and want is.
If you have a bow that you can consistently hit what you point at with a good broadhead, a good knife to gut your quarry with....
you really don't "need" anything else. There are a lot of other helpful items that you can buy all at once or you can add over time.
items like, camouflage clothing, a new bow every year, new arrows, new broadheads, new release, new boots/shoes, camo face paint/camo face mask, GPS unit, cameras, self filming cameras, and on and on and on.
It sure is fun and it sure is expensive.
So as long as it is fun......... keep on doing it!
Welcome to the site!
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