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JAMYSONAM

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About JAMYSONAM

  • Rank
    Newbie
  • Birthday 05/07/89

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Tibet
  • Interests
    bow hunting, shooting range, airsoft, archery
  1. Newbie From Tibet

    welcome mate, and its great that another way of hunting will be put up on here for all us uk hunters to look at . Regards pics on here use ( photobucket ) its real easy to use , i think there might be a post on here how to use it in detail , my pic from photobucket Thank you for your help! This's a simple bow made of wood, it's not so good compare to the common bamboo bows here. But it will get the job done.
  2. Newbie From Tibet

    Thanks everyone! I seldom use gun, it's a rifle with loud firing sound I want to post my bow's picture, but still trying to figure out how to do that.
  3. Newbie From Tibet

    Hello experienced hunters, I'm from Tibet. English is not my first language, sorry if there's any syntex error. Sometimes hunt some wolves for protecting the sheep. Bow is my favorite weapon, ammo is expensive here. So thank you for reading this!
  4. Greetings everyone! I'm from Tibet and new here. English is not my first language, so I'm truly sorry if you get confused in reading this post. I've found two sub-forum(Optics, Torches & Shooting Equipment;Hunting Equipment) about equipment, no idea which one is best so I posted both. There are many experienced shooters here, you should know about hearing protection. Here in Tibet, not much people cares about hearing protection and not much people can afford one. I'm going to buy my first electronic earmuffs, so I've searched online before buying. on Youtube.com there are many 3M peltor recommended vids. Looks great, but it's expensive(searched on amazon.com) and beyond my budget($100). some experienced users said Z-tac is useless and just a replica brand, so "No, thanks". The howard leight impact sport have MANY positive reviews and some negatives, but with low & high selling price at same time(different links), that made me confused. The opsmen earmor m31, not many reviews online so I guess it's new, but its price is very attractive. If any of you have tried any of those electronic earmuffs I talked above, or another good brand I missed, please share your experience with me. Sorry for my broken english and thank you for reading this.
  5. Greetings everyone! I'm from Tibet and new here. English is not my first language, so I'm truly sorry if you get confused in reading this post. I've found two sub-forum(Optics, Torches & Shooting Equipment;Hunting Equipment) about equipment, no idea which one is best so I posted both. There are many experienced shooters here, you should know about hearing protection. Here in Tibet, not much people cares about hearing protection and not much people can afford one. I'm going to buy my first electronic earmuffs, so I've searched online before buying. on Youtube.com there are many 3M peltor recommended vids. Looks great, but it's expensive(searched on amazon.com) and beyond my budget($100). some experienced users said Z-tac is useless and just a replica brand, so "No, thanks". The howard leight impact sport have MANY positive reviews and some negatives, but with low & high selling price at same time(different links), that made me confused. The opsmen earmor m31, not many reviews online so I guess it's new, but its price is very attractive. If any of you have tried any of those electronic earmuffs I talked above, or another good brand I missed, please share your experience with me. Sorry for my broken english and thank you for reading this.
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