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Old 01-01-2013, 05:17 PM   #31
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Now might be a good time to sell the guns you don't want and buy what you do want. If they make private sales illegal it will make it harder to sell later. I just sold one of my old guns and will put that money into a newer/more practical one.

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Old 01-02-2013, 03:29 AM   #32
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Best not argue with that
Good saddles cost good money-
Gave up the hoss's a few yrs back-adopted ours out to a friend who does western reinacting & stuff - We keep pretty close track of'em
Hard to tell in pic but both are 16 1/2 hands & 1500lbs +



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those two look like they are up to nothing but naughtiness!!

saddles are just like guns as ive discovered... buy once cry once. this is the wife's beast. 17.5 hands of friesian. what she DOESNT know yet is i intend to use her beast for deer and turkey hunting next year as its legal in wisconsin to hunt from horse back



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those two look like they are up to nothing but naughtiness!!

saddles are just like guns as ive discovered... buy once cry once. this is the wife's beast. 17.5 hands of friesian. what she DOESNT know yet is i intend to use her beast for deer and turkey hunting next year as its legal in wisconsin to hunt from horse back



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Those were last year pics he was 17 hands then. Still has 2-3 more years of growth to go...

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I train a lot of hunting mules in the area. I pop fireworks then give them a treat. If a mule I trained gets out of his pasture all you have to do is shoot a gun. The mule will come running, well if you want to call it running. Don't keep treats in your pockets. Horses and mules both will try to rip your pockets off looking for treats. Any kind of hard candy does the trick. Peppermint is best.

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I was planning on bow hunting. But her horse loves peppermint and cinnamon candy. Yeah he will give you a search if he thinks you have treats that would make a tsa agent proud.

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