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  1. bowhunter1023

    TOO July Buck of the Month: Mike's New Wall Decor

    You can read the full story here: http://www.theohiooutdoors.com/content.php?192-TOO-July-Buck-of-the-Month-Mi
  2. Rutin

    Sarge's 4th of July

    Well he's been gone a month now and I made the 3 hr one way trip up to see the trainer and spend the day with my boy. Force fetch, Collar Conditioning, and OB are done. He's in marking drills now and starting to learn to count by working doubles. He's still a little young on the concept but he's...
  3. Dannmann801

    July 4th Thoughts on our country

    Yesterday I had to call a customer regarding some routine administrative stuff. During the exchange of hellos the woman expressed how piled under with work she was and was sounding negative, so I tried to lighten her mood saying "Well, at least you'll get tomorrow off for the holiday and can...
  4. bowhunter1023

    TOO July Buck of the Month: Buckmaster and the Buttercup Buck

    The Buttercup Buck Account by: Ben Fashing aka. Buckmaster During the summer of 2010 I had the opportunity to meet Jim and his step son Nick. Jim is in his mid 40’s and Nick is 10 years old. I learned through discussions with Jim that Jim enjoys deer hunting on occasion, mainly shotgun...
  5. Buckmaster

    xmas in july

    My new scope for my TC Encore muzzleloader has arrived. It's a Nikon BDC 300. It's supposed be a 300 yard bullet drop compensating scope. It will be interesting to try this deer season. I may have to change my stategy and sit on top the highest high wall with my range finder and Harris...
  6. bowhunter1023

    Redneck 4th of July - 6 Tannerites

    I spent the better part of the day at my buddies house helping with storm cleanup yesterday, but some fun was still had! We got in to the beer before noon and by 2PM, had decided since we knew what 4 binary exploding targets could do, we needed to know what 6 could do! He bought these at a gun...
  7. Monster Raxx

    A couple since it is July 4th

    Here are a couple of pics I thought fitting since it is July 4th :) And for Ben Franklin since he wanted this to be the Countries bird :)
  8. Thunderflight

    Hang em in July or Sept?

    Considering the fact that I'll only be five hours from home I'm considering hanging some tree stands in July. However, I'll be back to J-town in September (I'm not missing swappers day) so I may just wait until then to hang a few stands. I have two places I want to put them. The first is...
  9. bowhunter1023

    Week in Review: July 31 - August 7

    Not the best week I have had and I'm a little pissed about it. I had a coon run up the tree and turn the BEC on Hippie Ridge early in the week, so it cost me some awesome shots of Captain Jack and Moe together. The picture count was down 50% this week and one cam I was expecting good things...
  10. bowhunter1023

    Week in Review: July 24th through July 31st...

    This was the first check of all 7 cams for me and I have to say, I'm very pleased with the performance of the SpyPoints so far. Although the cams were void of anything special, I was happy to see the trigger speed and the sensitivity of the SpyPoints were very competitive with other cams I have...
  11. ohio mossy oak

    This Day In History July 31, 1975

    Jimmy Hoffa disappears On July 31, 1975, James Riddle Hoffa, one of the most influential American labor leaders of the 20th century, disappears in Detroit, Michigan, never to be heard from again. Though he is popularly believed to have been the victim of a Mafia hit, conclusive evidence was...
  12. ohio mossy oak

    This Day In History July 30, 1965

    Johnson signs Medicare into law On this day in 1965, President Lyndon B. Johnson signs Medicare, a health insurance program for elderly Americans, into law. At the bill-signing ceremony, which took place at the Truman Library in Independence, Missouri, former President Harry S. Truman was...
  13. ohio mossy oak

    This Day In History July 28, 1978 (Delta House Edition)

    Animal House released:pickle::pickle::pickle: On this day in 1978, National Lampoon’s Animal House, a movie spoof about 1960s college fraternities starring John Belushi, opens in U.S. theaters. Produced with an estimated budget of $3 million, Animal House became a huge, multi-million-dollar...
  14. ohio mossy oak

    This Day In History July 27, 1974("I am not a crook" Edition)

    House begins impeachment of Nixon On this day in 1974, the House Judiciary Committee recommends that America's 37th president, Richard M. Nixon, be impeached and removed from office. The impeachment proceedings resulted from a series of political scandals involving the Nixon administration...
  15. ohio mossy oak

    This Day In History July 26, 1775(Snail Mail Edition)

    U.S. postal system established On this day in 1775, the U.S. postal system is established by the Second Continental Congress, with Benjamin Franklin as its first postmaster general. Franklin (1706-1790) put in place the foundation for many aspects of today's mail system. During early colonial...
  16. ohio mossy oak

    This Day In History July 25, 1978

    World's first "test tube baby" born On this day in 1978, Louise Joy Brown, the world's first baby to be conceived via in vitro fertilization (IVF) is born at Oldham and District General Hospital in Manchester, England, to parents Lesley and Peter Brown. The healthy baby was delivered shortly...
  17. T

    Christmas in July?

    Been a tuff day. If I hear turn it on QVC one more time before midnite I'm going to shoot the TV.....:smiley_dead: Everything from toys to lights to candles and even wine, I think the hosts got drunk on that one. I"ve been watching :smiley_bond: movies and during the good parts she comes...
  18. ohio mossy oak

    This Day In History July 24, 1984

    A nine-year-old's murder puts an innocent man in jail The body of nine-year-old Dawn Hamilton is found in a wooded area of Rosedale, Maryland, near her home. The young girl had been raped and beaten to death with a rock. Unfortunately, Hamilton and her family were not the only ones to...
  19. ohio mossy oak

    This Day In History July 23, 1885

    Former President Ulysses S. Grant dies On this day in 1885, just after completing his memoirs, Civil War hero and former President Ulysses S. Grant dies of throat cancer. The son of a tanner, Grant showed little enthusiasm for joining his father's business, so the elder Grant...
  20. ohio mossy oak

    This Day In History July 22, 1923 and This Day In History Jul 22, 1934

    This Day In History July 22, 1923 Dillinger joins the Navy in an attempt to avoid prosecution John Herbert Dillinger joins the Navy in order to avoid charges of auto theft in Indiana, marking the beginning of America's most notorious criminal's downfall. Years later, Dillinger's...