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Went to the Dr. Friday, and finally got to get rid of the cast/splint, at least during the day. Its amazing how much the muscles atrophy in just 4 weeks.
The bad news is that my bow hunting days are officially over :'( :'(
I guess the good news is that he is going to write me a crossbow permit. Never have been a big crossbow fan, but, guess I am now. I sure don't want to be sitting at home all bow season
 

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Bummer news 'bout the shoulder and bowhunting. Good news is you get to go shopping for a new crossbow and all the gear. Hummm know anyone needing to sell a bow......

Hope your wing gets up to snuff soon.
 

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Good to hear your healing up well,Dennis.
To bad your bowhunting days are all over now.

On a good note:
As for a new crossbows...EXCALIBUR.
 

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I guess I'm pretty nieve about crossbows. Do you have to grab the string to cock them, or is their a crank? ???
 

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Dennis ~ You can cock them either way. Some come with a cocking device included and some you have to buy your own. I had one that I won from NAHC, nice toy but I couldnt use it, traded it for a compound bow.
 

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Thanks for that info about cocking. I went to the Excaliber site, and learned a lot. I guess there is still time before Oct 1 to get ready
 
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