Hunting with crested Goshawk

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Re: Hunting with crested Goshawk

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Re: Hunting with crested Goshawk

Postby whassan1 » Tue Feb 17, 2009 1:49 am

Waaaahhh!!!! Thank you so much for reposting Tanin!!! :D :D :D

This pics really keeps me going :wink: I always wonder whether crested goshawks can catch a white egret. Now your picture confirms it! With proper training and motivation the crested goshawk can actually hunt much larger prey.
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Re: Hunting with crested Goshawk

Postby salaama » Wed Feb 24, 2010 11:30 am

What's the proper way to clean a hunting knife? I have a Buck knife that I use for hunting, it's a lock back. There's dried blood and dirt on the inside where I can't reach. How do I clean it, and overall restore the knife's look? It's two ends are gold color and look stained and have fingerprints on them. I just need to know how to clean it so I can use it again.

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Re: Hunting with crested Goshawk

Postby whassan1 » Thu Feb 25, 2010 2:39 am

Throw in boiling water + lime juice for 15-20 min(provided knive has no leather or plastic material) then quickly take out and give it a few knocks. If the knife if not badly corroted(karat) the blood and dirt will come out.

Or else just switch to sheath knives. Buck knives doenst always work for me. Always get dirt and blood stuck inside, even the branded ones.

By the way, where are you from bro?
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