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    Default Kid Approved ASAT Camo

    I bought my son some Camo like Dads. He was proud of it and wanted a few pictures taken. I thought I'd share.

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    Kid Approved ASAT Camo - Bowhunting forum
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    Longbow: ACS-CX 58#@28. Arrow: GT5575 Traditional, 100gr. Brass insert, 125 gr. Magnus 2-blade: 530 gr. total.

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    SWEET !
    It's great that you have him out there with you.

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    been using asat since 91
    I use atsko uv blocker on it to take tha shine out of it that tha deer see in the cloths
    works great.
    thats tha way to bring them babys up



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    Where is he, I don't see no kid

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    That ASAT stuff is really great camo, not pretty but very effective! The 3-D leafy suit version is phenominal and blends in everywhere, even in evergreen trees which you wouldn't think since it doesn't have any green in it.
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    Man.. i love the stuff. Along with Predator too. The ASAT is hard to get used to as a human. it ain't pretty but I have animals look past me, through me, around me... crazy. read this. some field notes from two weeks ago on my choice of camo. http://www.archerymadness.com/forum/...c.php?f=6&t=39
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    Longbow: ACS-CX 58#@28. Arrow: GT5575 Traditional, 100gr. Brass insert, 125 gr. Magnus 2-blade: 530 gr. total.

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    The best part of ASAT's clothing is it's very reasonably priced!
    BLIND HUNTERS SUPPLY LLC
    PREDATOR TRAILCAM's - TUFF BLINDS- Double D arrow pullers
    ARTIC ARMOR- The warmest/ lightest suits period- and they float!
    ASAT Blinds and camo clothing Dealer
    2009 MONSTER PHOENIX-i'm not afraid of monsters!

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    Quote Originally Posted by swampbuck View Post
    The best part of ASAT's clothing is it's very reasonably priced!
    Very true... now their Elite Series is a bit more pricey.
    TradRag Traditional Archery

    Longbow: ACS-CX 58#@28. Arrow: GT5575 Traditional, 100gr. Brass insert, 125 gr. Magnus 2-blade: 530 gr. total.

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