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Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by crusha, Jun 2, 2008.

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  1. crusha

    crusha TS Member

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    Oh yeh...
     
  2. Tron

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    OH Buzz----gun, what carnage. Are they not also Gods creatures?? You Brute. You coward. You're just a Liberal in disguise. You fiend...you...you...
     
  3. crusha

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    Oh...right. They should hook them in the mouth instead...
     
  4. j2jake

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    Make me want to take a trip! Jake
     
  5. crusha

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    Lit,


    Why thank you.


    Have you been properly introduced to the crunch of a soft critter under foot? We can practice on Tron's cat...


    Or - perhaps you're more of the "put a .22 short in their gut and watch them dance the funky chicken" persuasion? That's a personal favorite...
     
  6. Bruce Specht

    Bruce Specht Well-Known Member

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    Buzz, Your a sick sick man; why not just use leg traps? or poison or an air strike?
     
  7. shannon391

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    Good fuel for the anti's. Why feed them by airing a shoot in public where you know it will not be well recieved by all?
     
  8. halfmile

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    Better an instant hollow point splat than a slow agonizing death by poison.

    I feel I am doing them a favor. (Leaving the 16th for mor sod poodle carnage).

    Just another disease carrying rodent, their "cuteness" makes the bunny huggers want to save them.

    HM
     
  9. crusha

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    Perhaps their carcasses can be used as a source of biomass fuel?


    "Doggy-Diesel?"


    Put a varmint in your tank...
     
  10. Juno

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    7mm, perfect for those pesky critters.
     
  11. Big Jack

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    You shoot them today, leave the mess, tomorrow there is no sign of leftovers. The Badgers, foxes, marmots, eagles, or hawks or whatever of god's hungry creatures thanks you for a meal. Very seldom any signs of them left in the morning. Considering the damage they inflict on the land and the hazard to livestock, shooting them is a worthwhile endevor as far as the farmers are considered. Most will welcome you with open arms.

    Big Jack
     
  12. KenC

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    One of those vid said something about .50 cal. Were they using Barrett rifles? The ones I've shot w/.22s just sort of wobble and fall over.
     
  13. ljutic73

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    or a 75 gr. .243 Nosler ballistic tip at 4000fps....red vapor time!!!
     
  14. crusha

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    it's like a carnival game
     
  15. Pass103

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    You can't get 4000 fps with 75 gr 243 maybe 55 grain will get 3700fps
     
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    I think it was some famous writer like Jim Carmichel or something that talked about a 20MM cannon shell necked down to a phonograph needle. There was also a .50 BMG necked down to .22 that was called the .22 eargensplittenloudenboomer. .....Rick
     
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