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Just curious because there are no updates/ threads and only a couple post from the founders of KCF on Crossbow issues in Kentucky. Did they fall thru the cracks and vanish ?

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It's the same in the Pennsylvania forum. I believe the PA Chapter went belly up and nothing has changed there. Pennsylvania hunters just post there thing pertaining to PA hunting.....
 

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Just to be clear I do believe these organizations started up with the right intentions but somewhere along the line support/interest was lost.
 

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Tim50 said:
It's the same in the Pennsylvania forum. I believe the PA Chapter went belly up and nothing has changed there. Pennsylvania hunters just post there thing pertaining to PA hunting.....
Very well may be. I have not seen anything on KCF anyplace other than here. May have been a wish for money maker for someone that didn't follow thru...Shame....There is a lot of crossbow supporters in Kentucky with very little representation at state level.
 

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Little update... I've spoken with Perry McClure, who started KCF. I've volunteered to help him get something going in 2018. It's time!
 

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Good luck with it.:)
 

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The Kentucky Crossbow Federation is up and running. We've got a fledgling, bare-bones website that will be improving as we move along, as well as a Facebook page and group. Annual membership is $25 for an individual and $30 for a family. Our main goal is to see full inclusion of crossbows in archery season. To do that, we need to have an organized presence for crossbow hunters. I hope you will consider joining!

Website: https://sites.google.com/view/kentuckycrossbow
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/kycrossbow/
Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/kycrossbow/
 
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