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Old 04-21-2011, 03:43 PM   #21
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Not that I've ever done it, but they make great .22 targets while they're perched on power lines
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Old 04-21-2011, 03:47 PM   #22
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i want to try it... not sure if i would enjoy killing an animal as a sport
What do you mean by this? When many non-hunters use the term "killing for sport" they are often referring to the misconception that hunters go out and indiscriminately blast at animals and then leave them there to rot. That doesn't happen and that is illegal. Im not saying that is what you mean but Im just covering it in case that is what you meant.

I hunt upland birds, mostly pheasants, chucker, grouse, ect. Its really a good time, my favorite part is working with the dogs. Its a really satisfying feeling to be a part of every stage of your meal from shooting it to cleaning it and preparing it.
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Old 04-21-2011, 04:52 PM   #23
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Just the ground squirrels and rats in my backyard, with a pellet rifle. boom, headshot.
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oh yeah, avid bow hunter here, deer and turkey. Shotguns though for duck, which is my favorite hunt, very fun!
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Old 04-21-2011, 05:46 PM   #25
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What do you mean by this? When many non-hunters use the term "killing for sport" they are often referring to the misconception that hunters go out and indiscriminately blast at animals and then leave them there to rot. That doesn't happen and that is illegal. Im not saying that is what you mean but Im just covering it in case that is what you meant.

I hunt upland birds, mostly pheasants, chucker, grouse, ect. Its really a good time, my favorite part is working with the dogs. Its a really satisfying feeling to be a part of every stage of your meal from shooting it to cleaning it and preparing it.
nah i don't mean just blasting away at anything
but it's not like i am hunting for my own survival
so it's a sport
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Not that I've ever done it, but they make great .22 targets while they're perched on power lines
yes they do!

I've slayed about 40 or so in the past month along with some magpies that do nothing but $hit all over my house. I picked up the Gamo Big Cat pellet rifle with scope. Thing shoots 1200 fps with one pump. And it has a rifled barrel so you can shoot the Crossman Destroyer hollowpoints

I shot one at about 20 feet out of a tree and it went through his chest and plugged into the house beside me

It is an excellent relatively silent varmint destroyer.

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lol that's pretty gross...
what organ are you pulling out of the deer in the last picture?
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Done some frog giggin, other than that its standard poon hunting, oh and the occasional deer with the car.
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I hunt white tail. I've always done it with a centerfire rifle but next year I'm going to venture out during flintlock season (just got a .50 black powder). I want to try pheasant hunting, as well.
I've been hunting with a .50 black powder the last couple of seasons on the IL side.
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Awesome Pics!! I am in Alaska and love to hunt. Have taken a brown bear and a few deer. Really want to get a moose though.
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Awesome Pics!! I am in Alaska and love to hunt. Have taken a brown bear and a few deer. Really want to get a moose though.
Hunting country! lol
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Ehhhhhhhh man those pictures make me cringe. I don't do so well with blood and organs. Looooove venison though. Yumz.
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mestupmonkeydude.......I didn't think it was legal to shoot doe's or bucks with only a few points?
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Do you eat the deer meat after the hunt ?

I'm not an hunter, but I love wild meat.
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I'm not an hunter, but I love wild meat.
Not directly after, but you absolutely eat the meat! I have my a huge section of my freezer full of deer sausage
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Not directly after, but you absolutely eat the meat! I have my a huge section of my freezer full of deer sausage
Oh yeah... Never directly after the hunt... Meat would be hard like a tire. Like says my butcher, "meat" and "animal muscles" are not the same thing. It takes a few days for the dead animal muscles to become eatable meat.

In france hunters let the meat two days in wine. That's so great to eat after.
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