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    Attacked by doghunters

    Well....they looked like doghunters to me


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    Is that your back yard? If so... I am SO envious!!!

    Handgun details?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blk97F150 View Post
    Is that your back yard? If so... I am SO envious!!!

    Handgun details?
    No, that's my nearest neighbor (about 2 miles) The Arrowhead gun club. The 50 yard handgun range is nice and the rifle range is 200 yards and if no one's around, I can get 500 yards out of it.

    The handgun is a Ruger Super Blackhawk. It's my EDC when I'm not in the burbs. I gave the model 29 a workout too as well as the Taurus Titanium 44.

    I was shooting moderate loads with true Keith style bullets I cast very hard, water drop and oven temper.

    Then I had to go back to Disking.

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    This is part of my backyard. I was cutting a new trail so the bears didn't have to work so hard to visit the blackberry patch.


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    Very cool. I thought it may have been a Blackhawk, but wasn't positive.

    Cutting a path for the bears... lol Thats great!

    Aren't farm tractors supposed to be green though.....??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blk97F150 View Post
    Aren't farm tractors supposed to be green though.....??
    They're all made by eazes these days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blk97F150 View Post
    Cutting a path for the bears... lol Thats great!
    You're missing the underlying reason for that path - gives him the ideal location to set up his tree stand next season, after extensive game cam work to determine the effectiveness.

    It's the "build it and they will come" philosophy put to practical use.
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    I thought his complaint was that the dog hunters came, no matter how hard he tried to keep them out.

    Did someone send him a recipie that does not raise his sugar?

    stay safe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skidmark View Post
    I thought his complaint was that the dog hunters came, no matter how hard he tried to keep them out.

    Did someone send him a recipie that does not raise his sugar?

    stay safe.
    I haven't seen any dogs lately but did you know Coyotes look just like Beagles?

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    Quote Originally Posted by skidmark View Post
    I thought his complaint was that the dog hunters came, no matter how hard he tried to keep them out.

    Did someone send him a recipie that does not raise his sugar?

    stay safe.
    It's from his favorite Korean cookbook.
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    The industrialization of South Korea has made it difficult for workers to prepare traditional meals requiring several hours in the kitchen. Now, they want fast meals, preferably those requiring only the addition of hot water.

    I understand that one of their favorites is "Cup O' Poodles".

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    Quote Originally Posted by USNA69 View Post
    The industrialization of South Korea has made it difficult for workers to prepare traditional meals requiring several hours in the kitchen. Now, they want fast meals, preferably those requiring only the addition of hot water.

    I understand that one of their favorites is "Cup O' Poodles".
    This is funny. In the 'Nam, one can get "Poodle Soup", eh?
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    coyotes are easy to identify by the strange black markings that look like numbers painted on their sides where I hunt at

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    Quote Originally Posted by tcmech View Post
    coyotes are easy to identify by the strange black markings that look like numbers painted on their sides where I hunt at
    That's exactly right ...and the tracking collars the game biologists put on them to monitor their mating habits.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SouthernBoy View Post
    This is funny. In the 'Nam, one can get "Poodle Soup", eh?
    Well, at least we now know that the French have a use after all...


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