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Old 10-28-2010, 10:55 PM   #21
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I know of one "hunter" that shot his own horse and it had a blaze orange saddle blanket on so some "idiot hunter"would not shoot it.
I had a friend that had his horse shot out from under him on his own land. He held the 2 "hunters" for the sheriff.
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Old 10-29-2010, 12:22 AM   #22
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Is misunderstook a word? Cause it sounds like it is, but when I saw it I stopped being able to think.
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Old 10-29-2010, 12:33 AM   #23
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I should mention that I also hunt sober.
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I should mention that I also hunt sober.
But, but, how do you keep warm?
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if your night hunting whitout a night vision you can bearly see a diffrence for a bunny and a squirll at 111yards
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if your night hunting whitout a night vision you can bearly see a diffrence for a bunny and a squirll at 111yards
If you can see a squirrel at 111 yards at night, without night vision, you have some very good eyesight.

I thought people in Turkey used the metric system, not yards?
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i lived long in a amerika i live know for 12years in turkey whit my uncle i still use yards cuz i find it easier. we wend whit a guide that has a flash light we shined the light to the bunny it look like it was parrelized and than we took a shot . i many of us warent beable to shoot many bunnies
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I shot a ground hog once, he was already dead.
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i lived long in a amerika i live know for 12years in turkey whit my uncle i still use yards cuz i find it easier. we wend whit a guide that has a flash light we shined the light to the bunny it look like it was parrelized and than we took a shot . i many of us warent beable to shoot many bunnies
Ah, spotlighting. Now there's a challenge!
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Not yet. stupid 10 characters.
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