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Old 02-29-2012, 03:54 AM   #21
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I would have gotten my dad arrested about 150 times and what would they do if he had a gun. When did that become illegal.
SHootitout, the OP is about an incident in Canada. Pistols must be registered, and he did not have a pistol registered to him. That is why the police went spazoid on him. Had they been more reasonable, and investigated further, this thread would not exist. Read the link's article in the first post, it will clarify things.
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I used to draw guns in class all the time, never had a problem with it. Heck, my high school had hunting magazines in the library (and this was in 2011). Our friends up north have it rough (at least they are improving). I just hope we never get that bad.
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I did get my dad called once we had a teacher who was a vegan Democratic anti gun nut and wanted to kill anyone who wasn't. So I brought In a deers antler because we had to bring in something important to us. Some how that offended her to the point where I almost got suspended.
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I did get my dad called once we had a teacher who was a vegan Democratic anti gun nut and wanted to kill anyone who wasn't. So I brought In a deers antler because we had to bring in something important to us. Some how that offended her to the point where I almost got suspended.
LOL!! If my kid brought in an antler, she would get kicked out for having a weapon! After all, It could, and probably was used as such, by the deer!

I have a friend who keeps eyeballing my antler sets whenever she comes over. I keep mine for rattling in bucks, not for decoration. She is not anti gun, but she is a liberal and is anti "sport hunting", IE trophies. My wife got a nice ten point a year before my friend got married. Our gift to the newlyweds, a set of stag handled kitchen knives! Three guesses where the handles came from.

Actually she uses them every day. Loves them, go figure.
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That is an oxymoron in it's truest form.



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LOL!! If my kid brought in an antler, she would get kicked out for having a weapon! After all, It could, and probably was used as such, by the deer!

I have a friend who keeps eyeballing my antler sets whenever she comes over. I keep mine for rattling in bucks, not for decoration. She is not anti gun, but she is a liberal and is anti "sport hunting", IE trophies. My wife got a nice ten point a year before my friend got married. Our gift to the newlyweds, a set of stag handled kitchen knives! Three guesses where the handles came from.

Actually she uses them every day. Loves them, go figure.
lol, did you explain to her that you don't like to waste any part of the animal?

The meat makes good chil and steak. The antlers can be decorative, used for hunting, or used to make something. The hide makes good soft leather, and the bones make good treats for the dogs.
Not sure what to do with the guts. I guess either fish bait, bait for preditory animals, or you could cook them if you wanted to.

(I don't really hunt, but yes, I would do pretty much all of this if I could. I hate being wasteful.)
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I feel bad for the girl though she clearly just looks up to her father and sees that he protects her and that must have maid her feel terrible.
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lol, did you explain to her that you don't like to waste any part of the animal?

The meat makes good chil and steak. The antlers can be decorative, used for hunting, or used to make something. The hide makes good soft leather, and the bones make good treats for the dogs.
Not sure what to do with the guts. I guess either fish bait, bait for preditory animals, or you could cook them if you wanted to.

(I don't really hunt, but yes, I would do pretty much all of this if I could. I hate being wasteful.)
Yes I did. She could atleast understand thar.

You forgot one. The intestines can be cleaned and used for sausage casings, and I enjoy liver and onions. Heart is tasty too. Waste not want not. The rest? 'Yote bait.

Zctually, her husband is Half Souix. She had me save a hide for her to make cermonial garb for him. His mother, who is now living with them, is teaching her some of the old ways. In time she may come around. We'll see.
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