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Old 05-25-2012, 02:56 AM   #21
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primer1: your lucky lol i absolutely hate the city, its terrible. cant wait till im 18 im outta all city areas straight to the country with me lol.
Yeah, move on out and eat some coon, its great!
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Coons actually very good if smoked or grilled. Shoobee has no clue what he is talking bout cuz totes will attack ANYTHING if they feel they can safely do so. Iv had 5 of em within 6' of me before all because I had the flu and was still hunting. I killed 2 before they left. They ran bout 30 yards and started circling so I shot them three also. I live in a little town in SW MO and the laws for my town say you aren't supposed to shoot a gun. No one says anything bout my bow. Especially not when I'm taking out vicious dogs(several over the years) or the neighbor ladies stray cats.

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Obviously the gut pile is a sufficient lure.

You need to get the carcass skinned, cooled, and refridgerated, not leave it lying around as coyote bait.
well what i meant is we take the guts and the bones that are left over after skinning and cleaning and all of that good stuff. i would never waste a whole deer like that.
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Coons actually very good if smoked or grilled. Shoobee has no clue what he is talking bout cuz totes will attack ANYTHING if they feel they can safely do so. Iv had 5 of em within 6' of me before all because I had the flu and was still hunting. I killed 2 before they left. They ran bout 30 yards and started circling so I shot them three also. I live in a little town in SW MO and the laws for my town say you aren't supposed to shoot a gun. No one says anything bout my bow. Especially not when I'm taking out vicious dogs(several over the years) or the neighbor ladies stray cats.
Ok, you and the buzzards in my area like raccoon.

That many yotes that close is all the reason more for hi cap magazines. Eeek! And in a situation like that I would use a gun in town or not.

I think everybody has one of those cat ladies in their neighborhood. The one up the road from me thinks she was born in the 1850's ;-o
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Ok, you and the buzzards in my area like raccoon.

That many yotes that close is all the reason more for hi cap magazines. Eeek! And in a situation like that I would use a gun in town or not.

I think everybody has one of those cat ladies in their neighborhood. The one up the road from me thinks she was born in the 1850's ;-o
Don't need high cap mag when you are shooting em w a 7 mag
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A buddy of mine got one w with a 300 win mag the other day. He said it darn near blew it's head off lol

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A buddy of mine got one w with a 300 win mag the other day. He said it darn near blew it's head off lol
7 mag blows all their ribs out. My warbird w totally take ones head off at 300 yards so ya I think I'm usin overkill.......wait not possible
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A buddy of mine got one w with a 300 win mag the other day. He said it darn near blew it's head off lol
The 300 is the ideal magnum hunting rifle for North America.

It will not only blow off the heads of anything, it will also gut them for you on a lower body shot.

But that is a different story.
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7 mag blows all their ribs out. My warbird w totally take ones head off at 300 yards so ya I think I'm usin overkill.......wait not possible
Overkill is possible if you plan on eating it. Don't tell new you eat those things too? :-p
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Overkill is possible if you plan on eating it. Don't tell new you eat those things too? :-p
Nope but do sell the pelts. All year long in fact.
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