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Post by Excalibur Marketing Dude » Mon Oct 02, 2006 7:48 am

Hi All,

Here is an area everybody can post pictures of what we harvest this season. Good luck everybody and have a great season!

Peter & Excalibur Team
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Post by TYE » Mon Oct 02, 2006 8:03 pm

Great Idea! :D

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Post by GREYWOLF » Tue Oct 03, 2006 6:11 pm

:D Well guess I will go first , it aint no record breaker , just my first this year. And I might add VERY TASTY GREYWOLF


backstrap roast

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Post by Matthias72 » Wed Oct 04, 2006 2:31 am

First prey with crossbow!


160lb Fallowdeer
60 Yards distance
Excalibur Exomax
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Post by huntfishfam » Wed Oct 04, 2006 9:23 pm

My first black bear, Exocet 175 ,2216,100gr thunderhead, at 18 yrds.
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Post by dryhorn2 » Fri Oct 06, 2006 5:38 pm

With God all things are possible

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My sons first deer

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Post by wildwindom » Tue Oct 10, 2006 6:56 pm

Heres my first of the year!!!

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Post by Woody Williams » Tue Oct 10, 2006 10:38 pm

I took a decent 8 pointer this evening.

15 yard shot, 125 yard recovery... in the bottom of a ten foot ditch.

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Post by DuckHunt » Wed Oct 11, 2006 8:33 pm

My freezer meet from the morning of October 9th. A doe and a button buck.

My 10yr old son's first two deer! Another doe and a button buck taken later that afternoon.

All taken with an Exomax with Spitfire 100's.

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Post by Michael Stogre » Fri Oct 13, 2006 10:22 am

This thread would be even more valuable if everyone posting would
state the bow model, the shot placement, distance, and recovery
distance, and yes, the bolt stats + broadhead make and weight!
The huntingnet forum used to have a broadhead survey which I found
interesting and useful.
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Post by crazyfarmer » Sat Oct 14, 2006 9:36 am

just adding 2 pics to this...

First Excal Deer
8pt - 19 7/8th inch spread
25yard shot
Exocet 200 with Greywolfs bolts
100gr slicktrick head
70yard recovery


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Post by Tigerpaw » Sat Oct 14, 2006 7:56 pm

GREYWOLF wrote::D Well guess I will go first , it aint no record breaker , just my first this year. And I might add VERY TASTY GREYWOLF


backstrap roast

Please feel free to post or pm me the recipe for that roast including cooking times ect. I feel that if you are going to put up a picture of such a nice fresh kill and then a picture of a roast like that, we deserve the dang recipe!! :)

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Post by peter p » Sat Oct 14, 2006 10:03 pm

Last week my son shot a deer with his crossbow and now it was my turn.
I took this button buck at 20 yards from a ladder stand with my Exocet 200 shooting GT laser II's and 100 grain slick tricks (total arrow weight 442 grains). It was a spine shot. The arrow hit high breaking it's spine dropping instantly.
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Post by GaryM » Mon Oct 16, 2006 2:35 pm

I was waiting for deer yesterday evening when a 6 pointer came into view. He stopped at 60 yds or so, then stepped under a tree to get out of the rain. This coyote then came into view. When he saw the buck, he freaked out and turned and ran a few steps, then stopped. He appeared afraid of the buck. The buck leaves, the coyote then moves toward me. He was about to enter a standing corn field when I shot. I was sitting on a small chair leaning against a tree with good cover around me.



The shot was 35yds, and the coyote walking. I led him slightly, and shot him in the heart. My bow is an older Exocet (1997), all standard, with a Horton scope. Arrows/bolts are GT Laser II's with brass, 4" vanes, and Thunderhead 125 gr. broadheads. The coyote went no more than 30 yds into the standing corn.

The coyote is an unusual color, but a color variation I have seen before over the years in this area. It was also very small for a coyote, and weighed perhaps only 20 lbs. I would imagine it was a pup from the litters this summer.

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