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That's a great story, Brock. After seeing your setup and the amount of deer sign all around it, there was no doubt in my mind the old bow was going to get another chance. Good on you for getting it done. congrats.
 

finelyshedded

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Thanks for sharing the history behind this bow Brock. Really enjoyed reading this as it brought back memories of many of my pursuits with Ron during our youth. Your dad must be very proud to see his legacy well intact as you and Mason continue your pursuits together. Congratulations on the successful trad hunt and I hope one day Mason gives you that same call.:smiley_clap:
 
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There are a few guys on here that should write for outdoor magazines. I would love to read more stories like this. I will always remember my first successful bird hunt and keep the gun that shot them. Excellent story sir.
 

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It's always great to read your write-ups Brock. Very cool story with some fantastic family ties, which makes all hunting stories better. Congrats on another very cool memory!
 

brock ratcliff

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She's put to rest for now. I've dressed her back up in her one of her limb covers and half of her original quiver. I have no idea where the rest of her appropriate decorations are but I'll be sure to add them if I can find them. It's funny how we can assign life and personality to inanimate objects.

Rest easy, for now, Ol girl.
 

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