Testimonials 2010

NWTF LETTER FROM ANDY SINGLETON 4 2010

NWTF LETTER FROM ANDY SINGLETON 4 2010

NWTF TURKEY HUNT 4 2010

NWTF TURKEY HUNT 4 2010

 

Subject: wildlife optics
Date: 11/1/2010 12:25:14 P.M. Central Daylight Time
From: traperdan@hotmail.com
Reply To:  
To: rhope@wildlifeoptics.com

 

Hey Ricky,

 

Here are some pictures of my moose and mule deer. The Trophy Shot camera has been working great.

                       Your friend:     DILLON.

 

DAN PRESKEY WITH HIS 2010 MOOSE AND HIS TROPHY SHOT

DAN PRESKEY WITH HIS 2010 MOOSE AND HIS TROPHY SHOT

DAN WITH AN IMPRESSIVE WHITETAIL

DAN WITH AN IMPRESSIVE WHITETAIL

DAN PRESKEY WITH ANOTHER 2010 MOOSE

DAN PRESKEY WITH ANOTHER 2010 MOOSE

THIS IS WHAT THE TROPHY SHOT IS ALL ABOUT

THIS IS WHAT THE TROPHY SHOT IS ALL ABOUT

DAN CAN ONLY SEE 20 YARDS OR LESS AND HAS TO USE A WALKER TO MOVE AROUND BUT STILL KILLS THE BIG ONES USING HIS TROPHY SHOT

DAN CAN ONLY SEE 20 YARDS OR LESS AND HAS TO USE A WALKER TO MOVE AROUND BUT STILL KILLS THE BIG ONES USING HIS TROPHY SHOT

 

A CANCER PATIENT WITH HELP SIGHTING IN THE ANIMAL USING THE TROPHY SHOT

cancer hunter w TS getting help

cancer hunter w TS getting help

Target practice before hunt with sight in helper

Target practice before hunt with sight in helper

 

Subject: Fort Custer Freedom Hunt, Augusta, Michigan October 16, 2010
Date: 11/5/2010 2:07:10 P.M. Central Standard Time
From: bwoodwar@ford.com
Reply To:  
To: rhope@wildlifeoptics.com

 

With the Trophy Shot I was able to put the crosshairs on this nice doe, twice. The first time I lined her up with my beadaptive HQ 100 rifle rest, she decided to turn and head the opposite direction before I could pull the trigger. I followed her and eventually she stopped and gave me enough time to make it count. She only ran about 50 yards.

Thanks Ricky.
Sincerely,
Brian Woodward
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Brian Woodward with his Trophy Shot doe
Brian Woodward with his Trophy Shot doe

 

 
Subject: RE: Deer pictures
Date: 11/22/2010 3:08:15 P.M. Central Standard Time
From: VRoss@nrahq.org
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To: mikeupdates@yahoo.com, tahr_146@yahoo.com, bprieskorn@me.com, wildlifeoptics1@aol.com, dr.cade@thegunclaw.com, horriblekimhodges@gmail.com
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Hello Everyone,                                                                                

My sincerest congratulations for your successful corroboration and hunt!

Vanessa Ross

National Rifle Association Manager, Disabled Shooting Services


From: Mike Sanders [mailto:mikeupdates@yahoo.com]
Sent: Sunday, November 21, 2010 8:28 PM
To: Craig Sanchez; Bo Prieskorn; ricky hope; cade smith; Ross, Vanessa
Subject: Fw: Deer pictures

Hi all,

 Mike and I have another successful hunter on our hands. Congrats to them!!!! They used the Trophy shot camera equipment and claw. 

 Thanks to Ricky and Cade for all your support…. And the NRA Vanessa

Mike and Chele

—– Forwarded Message —-
From: Kim Hodges <horriblekimhodges@gmail.com>
To: Mike Sanders <mikeupdates@yahoo.com>
Sent: Sun, November 21, 2010 12:53:14 PM
Subject: Deer pictures

Here is the picture from right after the kill. It was one shot and it went down where it was standing. The shot was difficult because we were in a tree stand and the buck came from behind and to our left. The rail on the left was too high for where I was sitting so I had to hold the gun on my bicep to angle it down and to the left while I continued facing forward. My buddy Dan told me lower and I was on the deer. I was still holding the rifle with one arm and he told me a little to the right, a little more and then down and fire. I squeezed the trigger and the shot was perfect. I was so excited that I hollered so loud the rest of our hunting camp heard me 600 yards away; lol. This was an awesome experience and I can’t wait to go again. My buddy Dan was almost more excited than I was. For reference the deer might look small but it’s a decent size. I’m just a large man (6’5 and 250lbs); field dressed the deer weighed in at the processors at 120lbs so we are really happy. This is just the beginning and it’s all thanks to you guys. We will plug you and mike and the creator of the Trophy Shot camera and the claw with the Department of Natural Resources here so they can help other blind folks hunt or learn to hunt. Thanks again and God bless your family.

Kim Hodges

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Another successful blind hunter with deer 11 20 2010

Another successful blind hunter with deer 11 20 2010

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