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Old 01-25-2013, 01:19 AM
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Originally Posted by Karl View Post
OH's are excellent weapons for approaches if cross winds aren't too strong, there are no 'stealth branches' that can interupt your shot 20' out of your hand, and if you can live with the occasional roll-a-way.

And I'm with you Jim (S.) regarding throwing OH's maybe not 100' and in but 100' and out to 200'+ if 'open'.

Karl
Ps: How ya doin' and I hear (from them) that we have mutual friends down in Fuquay Varina!

yeah if its windy i don't throw them but on a nice calm day i rip them OH shots have the coolest looking flight path
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