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Old 02-23-2013, 09:53 AM   #41
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50 BMG tracer. That way by the time you find the squirrel, it will be cleaned AND cooked.

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Old 02-23-2013, 12:52 PM   #42
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Depends on the range.

I swear I did not do this. I found it on google.

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Old 02-24-2013, 12:17 AM   #43
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50 BMG tracer. That way by the time you find the squirrel, it will be cleaned AND cooked.
Your going to want a thorough cook, so I'd recommend the MK211 Mod 0 Raufoss round. The incinderary combined with explosive should do the job.
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I once saw my brother shoot a squirrel in a pignut tree, with a high-brass 12 gauge load of #6 shot. As it fell it wedged in a fork in the tree. He couldn't climb up to get it or shake it loose, so he shot it again. And again. And again. Five more times, before it fell out of the tree. When I picked it up it felt like a wool sock full of raspberry Jell-O.

.50 BMG might have been cleaner.

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These are not the squirrels you are looking for
These are not the squirrels i'm looking for
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Wait a second those were the squirrels i was looking for. Oh crap lord vaders going to kill me... HRrk uuh uh (falls dead). You fools shouldnt have underestimated the power of the force.

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Practicing with my new .22/50 Barrett M99 @ 200 yards hehe
It's really a Savage MKII

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