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Discussion in '.22 Rifle/Rimfire Discussion' started by Mouser, Aug 15, 2013.
I don't squirrel hunt like I used to...but they better be watching cause I am locked and loaded
I will be out there,
Im ready too.
I don't have a place to hunt or I would be .
I can get mine with out getting out of the house. And use my grand daughter as the retriever...............
I'm always ready!
Oh yeah! We got reds and grays around here. But I will still wait till it gets a little cooler. There are too many leaves on the trees and bugs right now.
But I am counting the days
September 7th, my boy and I will be in the squirrel woods for his first hunt. He just went though hunter ed and is really stoked. I can't wait.
Just camo'd his 10/22 and we're just about set to go.
My 10/22 is just about ready too. Full integrated suppressed, so I shouldnt spook the deer as bad. I like the little tree rats, but theyre needing thinned out. So they might as well go in the skillet.
Sweet camo job 304. As for squirrell season, i still have a few months here in bama before they are ready to harvest but ive already had the 10/22 out target practicing already. If it gets within 80 yards, its gonna be in a pot.
Aim ! ! !
No thanks on tree rats. I will be hunting Winged Rats (Dove) Come September 2nd.
C3 Nice moks and that sure is a good looking trio of Old Mossbergs. They just don't make them like they used to.
Thanx! Top one is actually a Remmy- a 550-1, but the others are Mossberg 151K and a 44 US. With match ammo, any of them can do head shots at 100.
Oh it is. Been a while since I had seen one of them.
X2 dove is my thing.
I make sure to get a couple wkends of dove in, theyre some mighty good eatin. Cubed breast, sauted with some mushrooms and onions, into a gravy over buttery mashed taters......
Damn just drooled on my phone
Tastes even better than it sounds.