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Old 03-22-2016, 07:10 PM
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Horses. The original 4x4 all terrain vehicle.
Personally I like using my own legs best. Legs are actually the Original all terrain...Vehicle?
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Very clever.

Legs are great, until you've been in the woods two days, 10 miles from your truck, alone, and you need to pack out the 60" bull you just shot.

Been there, done that. No thank you.

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Very clever.

Legs are great, until you've been in the woods two days, 10 miles from your truck, alone, and you need to pack out the 60" bull you just shot.

Been there, done that. No thank you.
Thats true...

By the way it wasn't mean't to be clever.
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I have a Argo 6x6, I inherited it from my grandfather. Olive drab green, 18 hp briggs and stratton originally, upgraded to a 25hp vanguard. They are kinda slow in water, but its easy to fit an additional small outboard. Has a 3500 pound winch set up that can be moved front to back. It gets around extremely well. With a full tank it can run strenuously all day and into the next. They are not exactly fast 25-30mph top speed for my model, but they can carry a decent amount of cargo, traverse creeks and streams, extremely hard to get stuck especially on a tracks set up. Duck hunters use the crap out of them around my location. Decently priced used, but expensive for new. Id scout out a used one personally. I am in the lower 48, so your conditions are much more extreme.

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