It's G2's fault!

Discussion in 'General Hunting Discussion' started by ImThere, Apr 14, 2017.

  1. IkemanTX

    IkemanTX Well-Known Member

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    I think G2 is awesome.... just in case anyone was wondering...


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    I bought one out of one of G2's boxes while n GA.
     
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    Suck up!!
     
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  4. ImThere

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    Pretty sure he was just kidding you big suck up!!


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  5. g2outdoors

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    Lol!!!

    @IkemanTX is getting a handcrafted invitation and first pick of campsite next year! !

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  6. John Eberhart

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    Cats Pajamas, really G2, I' spoke with you about that huge buck and you sure didn't seem that old. Dude you just showed your age. ;)

    Mike gave me one of those rope man gadgets and they do work very well and I use it on my safety harness for preparing trees.
     
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    I'm not old. I'm just a young man who uses old cliches. :) :)
     
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    G2 waiting on deer season :tearsofjoy:
     

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    I don't know where that came from but I love it! :tearsofjoy:
     
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  10. IkemanTX

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    That cat looks like it could use a pair of crocks.


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    I need to buy me a ropeman. I am getting sick of trying to move my prussic one handed and cramped
     
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    Thats a good one right there

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    You won't regret it.
     
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    Easily the single best mod you can do. Worth every penny.

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    I've been using a petzl shunt. A little larger than the rope man but easy when gloved or mittened up the the Canadian cold.


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