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April 18, 2008


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Definetly a very cool rack indeed!


Don't know if I could keep my s--- together and shoot that thing--hanback, you're getting me obsessed with a drop too, like I need another obsession, lol

I would give my left --- just to hold that
rack in my hands! Let alone shooting it.
What a Drop-Tanker!

Mike your hunting both neihboring provinces to Manitoba this year, so why dont you hunt here in Manitoba you have proof now that we have some gnarly drops that you like so much, we aslo got some kicken typicals to (if your interested lol) like at a head show last year there was a 182,176,2 at 173, 169, and a 165 just to name a few and lots in the 130-150 class, so why dont you give er a shot.


Hey mike y dont u put up my post that i sent u a picture and my bucks story to me from manitoba im only sixteen u know there is some awesome stuff coming out of manitoba like my 160 buck

lol Damn! Id give up my left one to for that Joker!

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