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Old 06-18-2007, 07:56 PM   #1
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Check out my first video link. Im thinking members might like this. One can only take so many pictures. Maybe mix it up.

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Check out my first video link. Im thinking members might like this. One can only take so many pictures. Maybe mix it up.

What do you think? I love promoting archery and archers any way I can.

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cool I like watching anything archery related......but how about multiple camera angles and veiws of the target....
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Well howdy there DB, its been awhile. Glad to see you found your way back.
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Check out my first video link. Im thinking members might like this. One can only take so many pictures. Maybe mix it up.

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cool I like watching anything archery related......but how about multiple camera angles and veiws of the target....

My pictures seem to catch the feeling. Im thinking from back seeing the arrow hitting the target will be cool.

Here a good picture I took this weekend. Creeks are flowing.
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My pictures seem to catch the feeling. Im thinking from back seeing the arrow hitting the target will be cool.

Here a good picture I took this weekend. Creeks are flowing.
I was talking video....
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Antelope at 371/2yrds
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Oklahoma 3d at Coyote Bluff range. This is a tough shot from creek bank up onto field.
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Deer was around 37yrd I think
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Always a tough shot. This one is 34yrds.
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This range had several targets tore up. Rains coverd any tracks. Not sure what did it. Most likely kids with claw hammers.

Whats your thoughts? This was very minor compared to most.
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Old 06-18-2007, 08:34 PM   #14
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This range had several targets tore up. Rains coverd any tracks. Not sure what did it. Most likely kids with claw hammers.

Whats your thoughts? This was very minor compared to most.
not sure we have had hole targets chewed up by bears, and squirrels before but those are starnge markings for sure......
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Looks good to me Dan

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This range had several targets tore up. Rains coverd any tracks. Not sure what did it. Most likely kids with claw hammers.

Whats your thoughts? This was very minor compared to most.
I think we can rule out Woodpeckers, unless they are GIANT MUTANT WOODPECKERS! AAAHHHHH!

P.S. The Barn Swallows that nested in one of our old Mckenzie deer fledged today.

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This range had several targets tore up. Rains coverd any tracks. Not sure what did it. Most likely kids with claw hammers.

Whats your thoughts? This was very minor compared to most.
hmm...looks like Big Foot tooth and claw marks. Seen these tracks many times.
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Old 06-19-2007, 12:38 AM   #18
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myarcheryclub.com is my home range's website.. did ya'll like it?
i'm in a few of the videos, making an absolutely imperfect draw (i was tired)
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This range had several targets tore up. Rains coverd any tracks. Not sure what did it. Most likely kids with claw hammers.
Whats your thoughts? This was very minor compared to most.
DB,

No doubt it looks like the work of vandals that might have used a clawed hammer or something like the picture below:

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But I wouldn't rule out a disgruntled club member, as this would have never have crossed my mind till we started seeing malicious intentions obviously done by another club member(s) at my club!!!!

Sorry to see the damage to the targets and when I see stuff like that, it really ME OFF!!!!!

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I like the video option even better than the stills.
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Old 06-19-2007, 11:42 AM   #21
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ohhhhhh.. Jay Are's post has got me thinking some bad thoughts DB.. surely no one we KNOW would have done that?
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Old 06-19-2007, 05:39 PM   #22
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What a shame that was a good target.
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do you just leave the targets out all the time? Unless we are having an event our targets are locked up.
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Our club puts them away, but in the past we had 3D's stolen DURING shoots. They took them right off the course, carried them to thier trucks, and drove off. they did it near the end, so few were on the course to see, but we hadn't started to get them yet. Usually that kind of behavior is done by young archers who want a target for the yard. Vandalism is also a "youthful" behavior. Sabotage is a more adult malignant behavior. It takes planning, and they want to see the results and enjoy the result without exposing themselves. That's the payoff for them. They don't need absolute immediate gratification, and enjoy the anticipation. Sick Bastards. You get a hundred people together in a club, ten are mental.
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Our club puts them away, but in the past we had 3D's stolen DURING shoots. They took them right off the course, carried them to thier trucks, and drove off. they did it near the end, so few were on the course to see, but we hadn't started to get them yet. Usually that kind of behavior is done by young archers who want a target for the yard. Vandalism is also a "youthful" behavior. Sabotage is a more adult malignant behavior. It takes planning, and they want to see the results and enjoy the result without exposing themselves. That's the payoff for them. They don't need absolute immediate gratification, and enjoy the anticipation. Sick Bastards. You get a hundred people together in a club, ten are mental.
yup there are sicko's in every crowd......
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The whole 20 target course was tore up, not just one target.. These people live right there, its behind their house! They have quite a bit of land and you cant see this from the road, its secluded... Took someone really nervy to do that!
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The whole 20 target course was tore up, not just one target.. These people live right there, its behind their house! They have quite a bit of land and you cant see this from the road, its secluded... Took someone really nervy to do that!
Please ask the club/owners about it, and post the answer.
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Please ask the club/owners about it, and post the answer.
They haven't found out who did it..appears to be done with tools, 15 of 20 targets are destroyed. The owners are going to try and get some new targets, maybe from Metropolis shoot, to replace them. The owners are our new state ASA reps this year and they are hosting our state shoot in a few weeks.
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To spend the time and effort to find and destroy 15 targets shows a really disturbed mind. Whoever did it won't stop malicious and destructive behavior. This person will bring misery to almost everyone they know. Probobly has bed-wetting issues too.
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To spend the time and effort to find and destroy 15 targets shows a really disturbed mind. Whoever did it won't stop malicious and destructive behavior. This person will bring misery to almost everyone they know. Probobly has bed-wetting issues too.

Yes, that's pretty rediculous... People need to grow up...

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It's not rediculous. It is indicative of a mentally disturbed mind. Watch out for the neighborhood pets. They might be next. Then they light fires in trashcans.
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It's not rediculous. It is indicative of a mentally disturbed mind. Watch out for the neighborhood pets. They might be next. Then they light fires in trashcans.
then they kill the old people....it starts w/the targets....
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Might be Islamo-Fascist Terrorists. Or A Government Conspiracy.
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yeah I dont know about all of that.....
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I say, let's blame Bin Laden anyway, until somebody proves different.

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I talked to the owners today... ya'll aren't going to belieive this....
He got the pics off the trail cam he had set up.. it was pit bull dogs.
Now i am thinking, pitbulls arent just going to go around and tear up 15 targets,, tear up one and move on to the next.. unless their owner was there, out of camera view and commanding them to attack the targets...
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