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Arrowhead Hunting

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by astark, Feb 8, 2009.

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  1. astark

    astark Member

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    I took my Yost-Bonitz Combat Commander and 5 Shot Leather gear arrowhead hunting with me for a photo opportunity. These are my fist attempts at fancy photos and just thought I would share. Oh and by the way, I absolutely love my gun and gear, and lucked out on the arrowhead hunt too.

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  2. Matt-J2

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    Nice pictures!

    Nice arrowheads, as well.
     
  3. f4t9r

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    Nice setup and a good hunt. How much better can it get.
     
  4. INSULATION TIM

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    Nice set up you have. Were the arrowheads sufficiently intimidated to not fire first?
     
  5. astark

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    They were harder to find than most might think, but surrendered pretty quick once found.
     
  6. FMJMIKE

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    Nice collection of spearpoints and knives......I don't really see any arrowheads...but I digress..........:D.......Oh...remind me not to hunt Indian Artifacts in your field...........:neener:..........You have some nice weapons there Sir.
     
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