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SORRY GUYS, BUT THE LADY WITH THE RUGER OUTDOES ALL THE REST WITH FISH.............
Pretty awesoem pics
Ahh, the 2 legged whitetail. This is a fine specimen indeed....
What kind of sword was that ? ? And yes the lady with the Ruger is HOT : )
Pic 23 is not a large but a small mouth bass. That is all.
@harleychicks: A very rusty one! Don't have a clue.
Cool picture of the sword, and background on it. Civil War era?
sweetangler. Ever see the horror movie The Fog.
The wedding day photo is a prize winner...sentimental yet outdoorsy without being over-the-top....an elegant pose by the bride-
HunterGreene, I know absolutely nothing about the sword. It's still in the sheath. Too rusty for me to get it out. Would have to destroy the sheath.
Photo #12 is a nice pike, but NO WAY 35lbs!!!
Sometimes people never fail to impress me with their passion for the outdoors.
Riverrat57, That looks like a civil war era foot officers sword. I am astonished that it would have lasted 150 years and be in that shape. Perhaps it was lost more recentlty by a reenactor? You should get it checked out, its a real find indeed!
i love number 28 , a true capture of nature's beauty
Looks like Silver Lake near Spokane. Am I correct?
Nice 28lb bull, but hold it lower!!
@Riverrat57 - At first glance, I thought it might be a U.S. Army Cavalry Officer's Saber. But looking closer, I believe it to be a Marine Corps Non-Commissioned Officers sword. It is straighter than a saber and the loops are too close together for a cavalry weapon. The scabbard is more than likely silver plated, else it would very well have rusted completely away after a few years. I would definitely go and get it checked out, there is no telling how old it is.
Great wedding day pic and the chick w/ the Ruger... GOOD GRACIOUS why isn't there any one that good looking @ our local firing range?
i'm not being facetious when i say the bride has much better form than the husband. i'll bet she can outshoot him. nice photos all but the ruger is nice and the 870 is better than okay.
Great dress, it just needs a trim of camouflage around the edges. Lookin good
I hope Hoyt picks this up as a June ad.
I have to say, there's nothing better than a beautiful woman wearing Daisy Dukes and cowgirl boots, especially when she likes to shoot and is handling a .357!
Have to admit-I'm a bit jealous-does she have a single older sister-LOL
Two photos from Tammy Harris and you guys want to talk about a rusty sword! And I'd be willing to bet she can fish and shoot and look good doing either!
The Hawk is probably thinking "CANNON-BALL"!!!
That sword is the Coolest!
Where do these beautiful women live? I've been looking for a girl that could also be a great hunting and fishing companion on all sorts of dating sites to no avail. Maybe I should go hunt one down? LOL.
Just went thru the whole riggamarole(?) of signing up to post my 1st comment,about how I find it hard to believe that Osprey pic was taken with a trail cam...half our later after figuring out how to sign in,I realize they're not trail cam shots at all,oops!Cool pics tho,havn't made it to the girl with the ruger,but can't wait!
Photographers individual talent, #9 and #23 are hard to beat. As for subject matter that award goes to Tammy's speckeld trout and the young lady from Pennsylvania (357).
the trout were biting and the babe's weren't bad either.
Ruger and the lady ain't got nothing on a great bird dog.
Im a little jelouse
i love the wedding day pic its not often you find a women who love the things you do
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