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July Bowhunter Mag - Dwight Schuh
What an incredible edition with some great stories and tear-jerking articles.
Dwight Schuh was definitely the most genuine and humble bowhunter I ever met. The words that come from the hunters who knew him best were moving.
I usually leave my Bowhunter Magazines that I've read at the barber shop or the lobby of the hospital I work in. I'll be keeping this one.
If someone finds a couple pls buy and I will reimburse you!
Authentic seems to be the consistent theme. Lost a good one in Dwight
Haven't found a copy yet.......
Great tribute to a great man.
Somehow in my busyness my subscription expired. Went to a local Barnes and Noble and got a copy.
Great tribute to a great man. The world needs more Dwight Schuhs.
I’ve saved a lot of his articles and have the life lessons ones framed in my shop. I gave them to my 3 kids and they have some posted at thier desks. We lost a good one. RIP Dwight
For years I've been telling my wife how great Dwight was.. This issue of bowhunter came and I noticed her reading it. Soon after she finished reading it, cover-to-cover I might add, she came up to me and said "I understand his greatness in your eyes now." I hope to one day emulate half of the things that he did with half of the honor that he did them with. Truly a hero of mine for as long as I can remember.
Dwight had a great testimony, from what I've heard and read I regret not being his friend. Can't say that about many folks. FM
He was a great guy, never met him,,,,, but he inspired me to hunt the west with a bow, after making tapes with Larry Jones. I bought one of his packs also..... So I went out and bought a copy of the magazine, it was a good read,,,,,,,,,,
I have followed Dwight over the years, but never had the pleasure of meeting him. I have his books and plan to read them again. The issue of Bowhunter was an awesome tribute to a great, humble, God loving man.
RIP Dwight..... >>>>-------->