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Old Mar 8, 2008, 9:31 PM   #1
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WACKY roger at work

My little brother told me the other day our mom wanted a photo of me at work.




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Old Mar 8, 2008, 10:33 PM   #2
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Roger, what a big "nose" you have
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Roger, what a big "nose" you have
YUP!!! and it works pretty gooood. I can smell dinner when I am out in the woods so I know when to head home :-)



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Very cool photo.
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Very cool photo.
Thanks for the kind words, I was playing with two differt ones and decided on this one to send down for my MOM. Att 88 years she doesn't see as well as she used to so I tried to get me and the bull large enough for her to see.





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quite the set-up, Roger! looks like you could pass for a one-man anti-aircraft battery or something! i'm still considering getting a Bushhawk myself, butthe 80-400 really doesn't need it, and i do okay with just a monopod... if i break down and shell out the Benjamins for a 500 f/4 or something, or if i spent more time in the woods stalking like you do, then the Bushhawk would make more sense.
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Great set up Roger, don't go near any military bases with that outfit!

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quite the set-up, Roger! looks like you could pass for a one-man anti-aircraft battery or something! i'm still considering getting a Bushhawk myself, butthe 80-400 really doesn't need it, and i do okay with just a monopod... if i break down and shell out the Benjamins for a 500 f/4 or something, or if i spent more time in the woods stalking like you do, then the Bushhawk would make more sense.
Hi Rocky, now that I am getting used to my new set up, getting around with it is not near as tuff as it was when I first sent out with it. Thanks for looking and for taking the time to comment.



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roger you always crack me up. your set up is so ultra futuristic commando like. living in the suburbs, i could never get away with walking around like that. the police and homeland security would be all over me like a sale at dunkin donuts! heheh

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I see you shoot right & left handed ! There is no way that i would be able to do that. You look more natural shooting right handed. Is that brush hawk extended all the way out on the grips ? Im 6ft 2in tall would that be short for me on the reach ? I have long arms . One day i will get one for doing bear photography up here on the island . I used to do photography for my mom back in Arkansas of the fall colors at the old homested . I know your mom loves what you do for her to look at . Keep up the good work Roger . :-) Oakey
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