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Ugly Coyote

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I found 2 more copies of this 1957 paperback classic, so we'll have one drawing this week and one next week.

If you missed your chance last time, try again.

Get your name in the hat and I'll pick a winner Saturday. January 18 at 6PM West Coast time.

CONUS only, please.  

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Justin Newell and thanks again for your generosity!
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Please add my name in the hat. Thank you.
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please put my name in .... thank you
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Please put my name in. Thank you!
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Put me in please 🏹👍
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Put me in, please.  I always liked that pix of HH shooting lefty.[biggrin]
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please add my name, thank you
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I'm in again.  Thanks Ira.  Frank
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You can add my name too, please. Thanks!
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Same as always for me IRA. You know what I'm looking for, if this ain't got it...kick my name aside.
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Please add my name in the hat,  thank you.
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Ira,

Please put my name in the hat. Thanks for your generosity !!

Tx,
Kevin

 


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Please put me in.  Thank you as always Ira!
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I have one like this...
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Please add my name,thanks IRA.
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That is a great old book, Lost count how many times I've read mine.
Thanks for your generosity Ira!

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OK, Jim,

There is a San Diego reference in the book. That would be the National Company of Crossbowmen in Coronado.

I can imagine how thrilled you are to know that. I will definitely put your name in the hat
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Leave me out of the drawing, I just have a question and a comment. I've seen this picture untold times before but for the first time I noticed Howard is at full draw with a broadhead... I just thought he hadn't reached full draw with a field point before.

The second thing I noticed is what appears to be a stiffening rod attached to his quiver on the outside or whatever that shaft is. Anybody? Bob Burton?
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Charles:

Yes that appears to be a stiffening rod, Howard did a lot of experimenting with quivers, that one looks like the leather was to pliable. I've seen several different personal quivers of different leather weights, quiver dimensions and strap locations. Also notice Howard is shooting left handed, (Photo reversed). So you can't believe everything you see even in a Photo.

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Here we go kids.

The winner is...weiarinc.

Congratulations David!

Sent me your address and I'll get your book on its way.

For those of you who want to try again, there will be another drawing this coming week.
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Congrats, David! Your going to enjoy that book.
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wow thank you so much, I PMed my address sorry took so long don't know why but my short cut wont let me log onto the sight anymore
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