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About benriddle

  • Birthday 01/25/1997

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  1. Hey guys! I've occasionally had the opportunity of playing golf and always had amazing, memorable experiences. Decided to pick it up as a serious hobby now but I don't really know much about it.I decided I am going to get myself a LINK REMOVED but not sure witch one to pick. Saw some great options compared on this site and am leaning towards the Bushnell Tour V3: I've set myself a budget of $250 for the golf rangefinder. what do you guys recommend? Thanks ahead for all the help! Erik Himmel
  2. Hello everyone, I'm looking for a red dot sight for my 12ga semi-auto shotgun which has picatinny rail on the receiver. Hoping to have better scores on duck hunting in twilight at close and medium ranges. I was looking for a couple of red dot sights on the internet and get confused: One of them is this one: CVLIFE 1X22X33 Red Green Dot Gun Sight Scope Reflex Sight with 20mm Rail, only 19 dollars. Second one is this: Ohuhu Red Green Dot Gun Sight Scope Reflex Sight with 4 Reticles. It has also charming price, only 19 dollars. By the way, I'm from Turkey/Istanbul. Some of veteran hunters recommend Burris Fastfire series and Docter brand red dot sights for 12ga shotguns, around here. Burris 300234 Fastfire III with Picatinny Mount 3 MOA Sight (Black). 195 dollars. Burris 300236 Fastfire III with Picatinny Mount 8 MOA Sight (Black). 190 dollars. Which one is proper for my desired purpose? I need your valuable comments and recommendations. Thanks in advance.
  3. Wanting to get a rangefinder that will realistically range a deer at 700yds for my rifle hunts and also work well at short ranges for my archery hunts. i definately want angle compensation for shoot to range but some of the other bells and whistles arent important to me. i kind of just dont know exactly what i need all the options are overwhelming and i was looking for advice/ suggestions to narrow it down. thanks
  4. Hi Bud, This is James Jordan. I use image and user name (benriddle) here as my profile since I am a fan of the guy. Please note that cycling is my favorite free time activity. I seek advice here from other people due to my lack of ideas about ideal bike tubes for racing.
  5. I am a cycling enthusiasts and planning to attend a racing completion which is due in the next month. So, I started looking for bike tubes online which are ideal for racing. I found a site https://gearbikesreview.com/best-bike-tubes/ which is highly resourceful in terms of different types of bikes. But, this site cannot suggest me tubes particularly useful for racing. Then, I found another site https://www.thegeekycyclist.com/best-things/bike-tubes/ where I found some good quality tubes. But, to my utter helplessness, this too cannot suggest me tubes which is perfect for racing. Can anyone suggest me bike tubes which are suitable for racing?
  6. I am a new shooter of ILF recurve bow. I am accustomed with shooting wood arrows. But now expand my shooting experience with carbons or aluminum. My present shooting skill is 30 lb draw weight at 28" of draw length. But want to get some arrows that will work with the recurve bow that has draw weight of 45 lbs. I'll be shooting 125 gr field points. I need arrows that will not break apart. Any suggestion? Reference Link : rangerexpert.com
  7. Hi, this is James Jordan, the ‘Crazy Mountain Biker’ who keeps biking up and through the mountain slopes and hilly tracts with the fear of cracking some bones.


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