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Title: Welcome the bowninja
Post by: BowNinja on June 27, 2012, 03:04:06 AM
Hello all,
  I have been hunting for 25 years, but just got back into bow hunting. Hunt small game such as rabbit, squirrel, groundhogs, etc with my Hoyt raider intruder compound. Currently hunting on public land, but always on the lookout for a nice stretch of private land to hunt. I deer hunt out of an x-stand sit and climb tree-stand, I find it very comfortable and easy to use.

I am an avid outdoorsman that enjoys survival minimalist training including primitive hunting and trapping methods.
Title: Re: Welcome the bowninja
Post by: John Andrews on June 27, 2012, 08:01:23 AM
  O0 Welcome to the gang, Bow! One can find many primates around here to hunt.  :wink: ;D
Title: Re: Welcome the bowninja
Post by: Techno on June 28, 2012, 10:27:56 AM
What no pics?
Title: Re: Welcome the bowninja
Post by: BowNinja on June 28, 2012, 08:13:59 PM
What no pics?


I've never actually filmed any of my hunts. I'm gonna give it a try this year though. I'll get some pictures of some of my kills this year though and share with the community.

Here are a few pix of my hunting setup:

(http://i761.photobucket.com/albums/xx253/HempKnight/DSCF0482.jpg)

(http://i761.photobucket.com/albums/xx253/HempKnight/DSCF0483.jpg)
Title: Re: Welcome the bowninja
Post by: Gutpiles on July 01, 2012, 02:45:55 PM
Welcome aboard!  We ain't ever had a ninjer.....closest thing we've got is John Andrews.....but him walking around the woods in his jammers probably doesn't count huh?   :)

Title: Re: Welcome the bowninja
Post by: John Andrews on July 02, 2012, 07:20:50 AM
Welcome aboard!  We ain't ever had a ninjer.....closest thing we've got is John Andrews.....but him walking around the woods in his jammers probably doesn't count huh?   :)
  :shock: :knuppel2 ;D Ha! A fella with a petting zoo under his roof suggests that!  ;D
Title: Re: Welcome the bowninja
Post by: BowNinja on July 03, 2012, 04:59:09 PM
that's hilarious..    I actually trained in Ryu Ninjitsu for 17 years and worked extensively on training with the bow for long range attacks, the sword, and three-sectioned-staff.  Pretty much if I aim at it, it will go down! This is where my signature comes from..
Title: Re: Welcome the bowninja
Post by: BBF on July 05, 2012, 11:47:09 AM
Signature line or not, our own Injun :D would give you a good can of whoop ass if it came down to it. :knuppel2
Title: Re: Welcome the bowninja
Post by: John Andrews on July 06, 2012, 09:04:01 AM
Signature line or not, our own Injun :D would give you a good can of whoop ass if it came down to it. :knuppel2
  ;D ;D ;D

Yesterday my Lt sent a fellow officer and me to a commercial gate to process a truck into the installation. It was about 100F and we just wanted to get the detail completed and go about our patrols.

In the guard shack, the truck driver saw our sidearms and asked, "Are those real guns"?  ??? :idiot2

His questions got more interesting as we processed his entry. He asked if the job payed well. I told him we were earning $40 per hour,it being a floating holiday and I worked a 10 hour shift. He was also flabbergasted when he received our reply as to the size of the installation.

He asked other questions and was amazed with our answers. I then figured we should have some fun with the guy when he asked about hiring requirements.  :roll: :twisted:

He was overweight and had a big potbelly, not conductive to being hired. I don't think his age was a problem, but it was easy to see he wasn't going to be hired if he applied.  The requirements are pretty tough, running a mile and a half, pushups, situps, and other requirements of the final hiring process. Then there are the usual experience and formal training and education requirements.

By the time the fella was finished questioning us about the requirments, he figured he would have to be a genius level Ninja Seal to even apply for the job.  ;D  Yes, I did tell him we were joking about some of the requirements.

Yes, he was convinced even old pokerfaced Indians have a sense of humor.  ;D
Title: Re: Welcome the bowninja
Post by: BBF on July 08, 2012, 09:16:40 AM
  ;D ;D ;D



Yes, he was convinced even old pokerfaced Indians have a sense of humor.  ;D

Heh heh heh John, reading your posts over they years, you having a sense of humor and a thick hide appears to be a necessity to remain alive  for being married with that particular female you have as a wife :twisted: ;D.
Title: Re: Welcome the bowninja
Post by: dougdad on July 08, 2012, 11:25:49 PM
Welcome to the site BN
Title: Re: Welcome the bowninja
Post by: John Andrews on July 09, 2012, 08:49:26 AM
Heh heh heh John, reading your posts over they years, you having a sense of humor and a thick hide appears to be a necessity to remain alive  for being married with that particular female you have as a wife :twisted: ;D.
  ;D ;D Yeah on the thick hide! She's a Cherokee with razor sharp tendencies and habits. Sometimes it's a tad  uncomfortable with all the sharp things around the house.  :shock: Sleeping with one eye open and waking up every hour or two must be because I have to switch eyes because the one open eye gets tired.  :wink:

I had a big buck whitetail hanging and my arm was in a cast. She skinned and butchered the deer by herself and butchered another 6 deer later that year while I was out of town on business. She butchered 4 in one day. She being that good with a knife, I take any threat seriously.  :shock:

Wife is Cherokee, I am Sioux. It's kind of like storing matches close to gunpowder but we get along pretty good.

She can shoot, too. At times, I wish I would have married a tame one.
Title: Re: Welcome the bowninja
Post by: BBF on July 12, 2012, 10:15:07 AM
OMG John, How did the kids turn out with that mixture?? :roll: :roll: :twisted:
Title: Re: Welcome the bowninja
Post by: John Andrews on July 13, 2012, 08:21:07 AM
OMG John, How did the kids turn out with that mixture?? :roll: :roll: :twisted:
  ;D Good with knives and they are light sleepers.