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Old 06-01-2009, 03:18 PM   #11
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Hey Joe, how about a bow and arrow or a have a heart trap
I have a hunting bow, but would still end up in jail. It's considered a firearm, and even if it wasn’t there would still be the no hunting or cruelty to animals laws. Hell the PETA people would probably string me up just for whacking the little bandit with the Louieville Sluggah. I did buy a live trap but all I've caught is my own cat.
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OP, i'm glad you eliminated the intruder. Those things are nasty; if you had more drunken rednecks, you might not have as many. The shop i worked at in high school sold trophies, one NICE set per month went to the local coon hunters association. They had "biggest coon" "fastest treeing" and something else (probably "drunkest survivor" ). They were a funny bunch of hard-drinking night hunters.

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So I am running down the street in the middle of night, in my boxers, chasing the little bastards with a baseball bat.

There is a very satisfying thump when I connect.
Could be worse; the last place i lived in memphis was with a serious animal loving chick (a very hot one ); we kept having racoons show up on the porch. She wouldn't hear of me hurting one. They were pretty skittish, so I figured "no harm, no foul". One day i came home late to see the attic door (ceiling drop door) was stuck in the open position. All six cats were on top of furniture growling. This was not a great neighborhood & my mossberg was in my closet (did i mention how hot this chick was); i grabbed an aluminum bat & took a look around the interior of the house. When i made it to the bedroom, just past the attic door, a friggin racoon drops from the attic onto the floor. I started making herding motions with the bat to drive the bugger towards the front door. He ran straight at me & got a double whack on the head. I disposed of the evidence before she got home & secured the attic door. I never retrieved anything i had stored in that attic or fully respected the herd of cats again. It was a satisfying "crunch" for me.
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Could be worse; the last place i lived in memphis was with a serious animal loving chick (a very hot one ); we kept having racoons show up on the porch. She wouldn't hear of me hurting one. They were pretty skittish, so I figured "no harm, no foul". One day i came home late to see the attic door (ceiling drop door) was stuck in the open position. All six cats were on top of furniture growling. This was not a great neighborhood & my mossberg was in my closet (did i mention how hot this chick was); i grabbed an aluminum bat & took a look around the interior of the house. When i made it to the bedroom, just past the attic door, a friggin racoon drops from the attic onto the floor. I started making herding motions with the bat to drive the bugger towards the front door. He ran straight at me & got a double whack on the head. I disposed of the evidence before she got home & secured the attic door. I never retrieved anything i had stored in that attic or fully respected the herd of cats again. It was a satisfying "crunch" for me.

Great Story!

But we need pictures of the hot chick
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True. I'm intrigued by the thought of this hot chick...

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Sorry, i didn't take pics. 5'9, fair complexion, great smile, cool chick, but about 17 years younger than me.

Had really cool cats too.

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Here ya go! HunterXchange.com: Hot Chick with Gun

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I have a hunting bow, but would still end up in jail. It's considered a firearm....
Classified as such by a politician, no doubt....

No bang, no firearm.
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Good job,

Joe you should get a live trap and take somewhere out in the sticks where you can pop them. I traped one a few years ago and should have shot it in the cage like my Father-in-law did. But noooooooo I tried to be a nice guy a release it in the country. They are mean SOBs, I had mid arm length welding gloves on and the coon damn near bit and scratched through them through the cage as I was moving the cage. Finally got it out of the cage and lucky for me it ran away and din not come after me.

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Good job,

Joe you should get a live trap and take somewhere out in the sticks where you can pop them. I traped one a few years ago and should have shot it in the cage like my Father-in-law did. But noooooooo I tried to be a nice guy a release it in the country. They are mean SOBs, I had mid arm length welding gloves on and the coon damn near bit and scratched through them through the cage as I was moving the cage. Finally got it out of the cage and lucky for me it ran away and din not come after me.
Sounds like good advice.
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Joe, you need to put something like fish oil or other stuff in the live trap. Clams or muscles are good and even some oysters. Most cats are not that attracted to muscles, but coons are!

.22 CB shorts are pretty quiet. Probably wouldn't distrub the neighbors. Take out the window screen and shoot from inside your house. The house deadens the remainder of any sound. Make SURE you open the window first!!

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