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Old 06-30-2019, 09:30 PM
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Is hunting a recommended activity for families? Thanks!
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Old 07-01-2019, 03:15 AM
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I will say that it's good for bonding relationships and yes I can only think of the memories made!
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Old 07-01-2019, 09:46 AM
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I grew up hunting with my Dad, then deer hunting with Dad, uncles, cousins etc.

Hunted with my sons as they grew up, great memories

Now my favorite hunting partner: my wife.

Yeah, I'd say it's a good family activity.Anything that puts the family together, is a good family activity.
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Old 07-02-2019, 05:09 AM
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Hunting and camping are the best for getting closer with your family
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Old 07-31-2019, 03:47 AM
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I prefer just camping for my family as I have small kids. We are planning 10 days in Iceland in early August and hoping to camp at least half the nights. We have three kids (8/6/2) and don't want to turn the whole trip into endless driving, would rather just visit 2-3 spots and have time for hiking, swimming, etc. Any favorite spam edited by bocajnala. Temp ban issued that have amenities for families (pools and grills would be nice)?

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Old 09-15-2019, 05:50 AM
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I am searching for good round for a 5.56 AR. I have a 1 of every 9 bend and I read something about having the option to shoot up to a 72 grain projectile. I am going to utilize this for deer chasing and I would lean toward having the option to shoot a similar grain FMJ. On the off chance that anybody has had a decent involvement with a brand or weight I'm available to conclusions! Much appreciated!






would go towards the part of the bargain and focus on the territories with patches of timber and open nation in case you will glass. This will up your odds of seeing deer making a beeline for their beds in the wake of bolstering around evening time. Chances are on the off chance that you pursue them in the substantial timber they're going to bust you before you see them, yet in case you're a decent stalker the sky is the limit. Likewise when changing bowls or wastes remain off the ridgelines and don't horizon yourself, you should shout hello deer I'm here in the event that you do that.

In the event that you folks will be exploring the great outdoors 3/4 the route up the mountain and going clean to the top you ought to clearly experience deer somewhere close to the top and the base. Because some nation looks excellent and ought to in your mind hold deer dont stall out on a spot since it looks great. On the off chance that you get into a territory and there is no deer sightings or crisp sign found I would proceed onward to an alternate areas until you discover deer or sign. Good karma.
NO clue why your adding this in this tread, it has nothing to do with the topic?

if you have questions about a bullet for a .223 rifle(AR style) start a tread asking for suggestion(a .223 is a very LOW caliber for deer, and most /many states its illegal to be used too, just so you know)

your second post here< again NOTHING to do with topic, and not even sure why your adding it period, its not a question or asking for advice/suggestions
SO??
maybe start a tread on what ever your looking for with this one as well??
and NOT take a tread off topic!
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