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5 years 17 weeks ago, 4:47 PM

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This should be interesting, it may or may not have to do with luck, i know a lot of you played around with bowling pins and PPC as i did, so rather than just talking about how fast the "plates" fell, im thinking on the lines of that 1 in a hundered shot that luck was at least a part of. It's a given that these will all be pretty amazing so don't worry about the "you wont believe this" or "this is no shit" starts. We all know some pretty amazing things happen when you shoot enough.. I'm going thru the mental memory bank on this myself, and have to get a few things done around here.. back later for update and mine.

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5 years 17 weeks ago, 5:00 PM

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I shot a nat off the ass of a rat named runaway, at around 200 yards............ebear that should heal in about two weeks.

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5 years 17 weeks ago, 5:14 PM

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I hit a husky in the eye with a full load man jelly from ten feet away with no pecker tracks on the owner's carpet. Now the owner's pillow on the other hand.... Sorry Nitris.

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5 years 17 weeks ago, 5:21 PM

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amazing feat young jeezy freak, since you have a two inch pecker, how do I know well since you asked. After several hours of laughter from my Husky he confessed of how short you ram rod was.

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5 years 17 weeks ago, 5:32 PM

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i don't know about dat

but i hit the brown eye.....er I mean the bullseye everytime

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5 years 17 weeks ago, 5:33 PM

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I shot a penny perched on the bark of a tree. The bullet penetrated the penny and caused it to be concave. The bullet collapsed into the penny except for the very rim, the outline you could still see. The penny actually broke in the middle and you could see the lead starting to break through. I still have it around here some place. That was probably 40 years ago or more.

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5 years 12 weeks ago, 9:29 PM

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best shot

Greg, I thought this was a good topic, I just could not make up my mind.
Yeah, I have done some wild shit with guns.
Blah blah blah.
The best ,I was at a range with a buddy who had a Glock when Glocks were new stuff.
I had my Dan Wesson with me.
Some other guys we knew were checking zero on deer rifles.
I was challenged to hit the rifle target at 100 yds.
Not having any idea of what my bullet drop was at that distance, I aimed at bullseye on the first try. Dirt flew at about 40 yds shy of target. Some snickering and I said, OK, I got it.
I held 5' high and fired. I might as well have hit a hole in one.
Everyone walked the 100 yds and back in silence. No, not a bullseye, but I damn sure hit paper. 14"x14" rifle target. I have never been asked "can you shoot?' in the "home town" circle again.

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5 years 12 weeks ago, 10:23 PM

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My older brother

married this uppity gal from Austin. LIBERAL. Made him sell his Colt Python back when they were just another gun. I still give him hell over that! Anyway, He is the one that talked me into getting a Dan Wesson. Came back west for a visit. We are in a dry creek bed when he grabs a baseball sized rock and says, " hit it when it hits the ground". I pulled my pistol and said, OK.
He tossed it about 30' up and I drew a bead on it and followed it to the ground, fired when it was about 6" off the creek bed. It disintegrated. I was loaded with 158 gr hollow points loaded at full Mag.

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5 years 12 weeks ago, 10:35 PM

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Younger brother

and me were spotlighting varmints one night. I had just got the New England .223.
We saw a coyote sitting out about 75 yd. I was driving, stopped the truck, sat my ass on the drivers side window sill propped the rifle on the cab. He hit the dog with the light again, I picked him up at a full run left to right, almost 100 yds now. Put the horizontal on the body mass, the vertical even with the nose. Sumbitch wadded up instantly. He was hit in the hip, bullet deflected straight into the body cavity. No exit wound. Poor bastard absorbed all the energy and died instantly.

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5 years 12 weeks ago, 10:55 PM

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( I seem to have a theme)
Were in the field harvesting cotton. Dad was running the stripper, I was building modules and my BIL was mostly just there.
We spotted a coyote at about 100 yds. The only gun was dads .22, .410 over under savage.
We looked for about 10 minutes and found the proverbial "one cartrige". .22 long rifle
I got the gun loaded and settled in when the coyote took off running. I still don't know why.
I aimed about a foot in front of the coyote and a good 4" high.
Pulled the trigger and the coyote wadded up and slid into the stalks left by the harvested cotton.
He jumped up and ran about 50 yds before collapsing for good.

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5 years 17 weeks ago, 5:42 PM

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It's not my ramrod your dog needs to be afeared of. It's the champagne bottle I'm bringing to the next doggie party and breaking off in his doggy butt. As for my best shot ever, I really have to think about which lie ya'all might actually believe.

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5 years 17 weeks ago, 6:37 PM

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Okay, Im sure nobody will believe this one but here goes anyways. When I was 14 me and my friend were out hunting squirrel one afternoon and we came up on this old rock quarry. There were a bunch of sandpipers all around so just for the hell of it I decided to try and pick one off in flight with my trusty old bolt action Marlin .22. Bang. 1 shot picked one right out of midair. Kenney looks at me and says "whoa, lucky shot! Never again in a million years!" So then I jacked the bolt, raised it up and Bang. Number 2. I about fell over, but I played it cool. After that everybody thought I was some kind of amazing shot. Never tried it again. LMAO talk about luck!~

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5 years 17 weeks ago, 6:48 PM

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She got married (not to me) at 22 and was one of those 5 foot 2, 100 pound girls who was just too cute. She got up to her father-in-law's ranch where he decided he was going to 'teach her to shoot.' She pretended to know nothing, act frightened of the firearms, etc. She acted clumsy and all that. So Dad decides to have a contest. There was $20 bucks on the deal. He gets up there all cocky and blasts away at the target. "Now, it's your turn, honey." he said to her. So she gets up to the line and blam! Blam! Blam! Nails the target time after time. She says thanks for the $20 and gleeful walks away.

Her father was a wildlife management grad before he became an army officer. He retired as a Colonel. He'd taught both his girls to shoot at a young age.

So the next weekend Dad calls up his buddies, who are over at his range, and he says, "Say, let's make it interesting. You guys go up against my daughter-in-law here for $20 bucks. Any takers?

She demanded half the take and bought herself a new outfit.

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5 years 17 weeks ago, 7:06 PM

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Done a fair amount of hunting over the years and I have to say theres nothing more gratifying than when you hit a buck with 1 shot and he folds like he was hit with a sledgehammer. No tracking, they just drop right where they were standing. Gotta love that.

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5 years 17 weeks ago, 9:45 PM

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Hey GregAz

Happy New Year Pardner. Hope all is well and you are warm.
May there always be a generous supply of your favorite Brandy near at hand.

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5 years 17 weeks ago, 9:47 PM

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He said it was his Dad's WW2 trophy but it was a conglomeration of mismatched parts and not an Armory job.
Anyway, I dropped the round into the chamber, let the slide go then asked him what I should shoot at. He said "dunno" so I said how about that sucker growing off the tree stump, it was almost 25 yds away and about as big around as my little finger. Ka-fuggen-boom and down went the sucker.
Just like 23-12 I acted like it was the easiest routine shot ever. I'm pleased to report he did not have any more ammo in his pocket.

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5 years 17 weeks ago, 9:56 PM

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Turning out to be a good one, but Sams right, nothing wrong with being warm and having a good supply of brandy as we age.. Lew, Lucky, photobear, 23-12, Schuyler, Pkato, ivan, mrc, cloud 9, sono.. good to see ya guys. Ive been thinking about the best shot, and mine follows.. Don't get all excited, nothing special..Wana read the rest first.. See how "special" the shots gota be, got so many to chose from ya know..

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5 years 17 weeks ago, 10:14 PM

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Not that special

The thing is that like Lew and 23-12 the neat part was acting like it was no big deal. Think ive mentioned that the youngest girl has a BF who also has a CCW.. A good lad, that wife and i both like (Long as he marries her in the next 6 months or so, and i don't have to pay for another wedding).
So the deal is this is the first time that she had brought him up to our place. Weve talked on the phone a couple of times, and i know that he's a shooter. When ever the girls bring thier guys up we always go down to the range (hard for the guys to shoot in Phoenix, and easy here)and he told me he was going to bring an AK.. He does, and a SKS that i didn't know he had.. Fun day, wife had a chance to shoot an AK, i did the proffesor number we all do wiith the younger generation. He says ok your turn, I know that the kid (25yr old eyes) is thinking hes gona smoke the geezer, so i really did have the pressure on.. I fired two rounds at about 30-35 yds.. say lets check the target and see if it shoots to POA, we walk up and heres two holes maybe 3" off the little felt tip mark we made.. BUT there like daisys name.. puppys are touching.. off hand.. I have never shot that well off hand!! and of course i acted like it was an everyday deal.. Found an excuse not to shoot it again, and later heard the daughter tell Mom.. Boy, troy thinks Dad is a pro, now if he only marries her..

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5 years 17 weeks ago, 10:32 PM

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being a little modest about your shootin' skills, ain'tche?

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5 years 17 weeks ago, 10:21 PM

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with a ice pick

right after the vietnam war,around 1975-76,lots of vietnamese relocated to the USA and my parents "sponsored" 5 SV Marines,who all lived in the house with my parents,while they adjusted to life in the US.

I came home on leave from the Marines and we went to the lake fishing,with the 5 SVMs in tow.There were ducks at the lake that caught the eye of a couple of the guys and they rounded up some bread crumbs and tossed them at the ducks,well the ducks came closer and closer and when they were about 30 feet away i threw an icepick at one and nailed it thru the head,the icepick buried to the hilt,made the duck flounder over and one of the Vietnamese guys snatched it up and twisted it's neck finishing the job,we ate grilled duck that night,and those vietnamese thought i was one badass shot with an icepick.

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5 years 17 weeks ago, 10:30 PM

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See ya all tomorrow.. tired, and gona get some sleep tonight.. You guys have a great one.. Not gona get all sentimental, havent even had a brandy yet, (might have to take on to bed with the book) Just wanted to tell ya all that you guys are friends.. NOT that bull shit internet lol type crap. We know each other pretty well, and i mean real friends, the kind ya look forward to seeing. Say hi to both the mikes, see ya tomorrow.

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5 years 17 weeks ago, 7:37 AM

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Okay, I have one.

It's a bit long and I may have told it already. 6,000+ points, you're bound to repeat. Anyway, here it goes.
I went out deer hunting with my dad one year, and I'm not much of a morning person, so I really didn't feel like going, but I did. We broke off and started heading toward our own tree stands, and I was carrying a big Buck hunting knife that was slapping me in the leg with every step. My stand was a good distance away, and that knife started bothering me, so I decided to take a break. I pulled the knife out and stuck it in a tree. I was about to sneak a cigarette when I heard a twig snap. I looked up and saw a decent sized doe. We were on private property, and I figured I'd go ahead and get my kill done with. I drew a bead on her and was about to fire when I heard movement coming from my left. I looked over and saw the biggest buck I've ever encountered. I started to swing over, when I heard this crashing sound coming from between the two deer. I looked and saw a black bear charging right for me! So I got a flash sight picture and fired a round. The bullet went through the bear, killing it instantly. The bullet coninued on and hit the knife I had in the tree. The blade broke the bullet in two and each half struck one of the two deer, killing them both. The recoil knocked me backward (It was a .402 Chey Tac) and I fell into a small pond, landing on a Missouri state record alligator and breaking its neck. I stood up out of the pond and had a 9 pound bass in each pocket. I look around at all that I had done with one shot, threw my hands in the air to praise God, and caught two ducks flying past. True story.

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5 years 17 weeks ago, 7:50 AM

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9 pounders? No shit? Thats awesome!!!!

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5 years 17 weeks ago, 7:56 AM

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Did I say 9?

Sorry, I meant 13 POUNDERS!!! That's right boys and girls, 'ol Runs here had two 19 pound bass. Can you believe it, 23 pound bass. I didn't even know bass could weigh 31 pounds. But sure enough, not one 46 pound bass, but two 51 pound bass.

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5 years 17 weeks ago, 8:11 AM

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you've smoked waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay to much.

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5 years 17 weeks ago, 8:27 AM

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Not when I have the furry crack to play with. And I've smoked some weird stuff in my time, but I don't think there's ever been crack involved. I have been told that I have two brain cells left, with one chasing the other around in my head, trying to kill it. "THERE CAN BE ONLY ONE"!!!

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5 years 17 weeks ago, 10:24 AM

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Great story..

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5 years 17 weeks ago, 10:43 AM

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he can't win

that's plagarism (he stole the story),my mother(god rest her soul)actually did this in Louisiana, when the make-a-wish foundation sent her on her last requested hunting trip!This was almost word for word from that article they did in "Boys Life" on her,SCOUNDRELL...

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5 years 17 weeks ago, 11:16 AM

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Jealous I stole the story first. Mine's not plagiarism, or however you spell it, it's a clever retelling of a story told to me by a fellow soldier years back. Ah, the envy brings out the green in your eyes.

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5 years 17 weeks ago, 11:18 AM

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5 years 17 weeks ago, 11:27 AM

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Second liar is a liar and lazy. Huh? Well, it sounded clever when one of the voices said it.

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5 years 17 weeks ago, 6:34 PM

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Best Shot.....

Two dove with one shot. Anybody that hunts dove knows this was pure luck!

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Oh man dove hunting is so addictive. Went down to Hermocillo Mexico 3 years in a row. We would go out in the morning and in the afternoon. Average shooter would get 150-200 dove each day. Coming more!!! Coming more!!! Shoot the fukkers!!!

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5 years 17 weeks ago, 6:44 PM

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My best shot.

Well my favorite shot came this year during early archery season. I was heading back to camp and jumped a decent Northern 4 point (Southern 8 point) whitetail. He bound of to about 32 yards stopped and turned broad side and I came to full draw on him. I released my arrow and it hit right behind the shoulder. He twitched like he had been bitten by a horse fly. He stood there looking at me not sure what I was. I could see the blood pumping out both sides of him. He got kinda drunk kneed and tipped right over. It was the shortest archery blood trail I ever had to follow.Damn that was good meat.

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5 years 17 weeks ago, 6:52 PM

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Awesome shot hillbilly. Nothing like dropping 1 right in its tracks.

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5 years 17 weeks ago, 6:46 PM

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My best shot.

Trues story I swear. I hit a miniture bobble head at 100 yards open sights in the first shot right in the head saturday. Belive it or not. Luck has a major role in that shot. Amen!

5 years 17 weeks ago, 6:54 PM

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true story? really...............er............yeah.

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5 years 17 weeks ago, 6:56 PM

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a bobblehead has to die!

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5 years 17 weeks ago, 6:56 PM

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Nitris

set that faggot of a dog up at 100 yards and say good bye to it.

5 years 17 weeks ago, 6:59 PM

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Yea it was awesome. My high light of early season though was I had a big heavy 6 point bull elk less then 15 yards stairing right at me. I had no shot other then shooting him in the chest, so I didnt take the shot. It was heart breaking, but it was the ethical thing to do.Besides he will just be bigger next year right.

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5 years 17 weeks ago, 7:10 PM

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hillbilly77 I have always believed that the sign of a real hunter is not necessarily how many trophies hes got. I believe with big game its just like you described...willing to suffer the heartbreak of losing a slim chance at a clean kill other than putting a majestic creature through needless suffering. It only took one experience with a poor shot years ago that taught me that. It was a 14 hour drive home and I dont believe I said one word, all I could do was think about that deer I had to track for 3 hours and the look in her eyes when I finally found her. Since then I have never taken an "iffy" shot and I have always filled my tag and the dinner table. My hats off to you for doing the right thing buddy. Id hunt with you anytime.

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5 years 17 weeks ago, 7:18 PM

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Get yourself a Washington State hunting lisence and an elk tag and I would be glad to take you. Archery season is best cause we get the rut, and muzzle loader you catch the tail end of the rut. Let me know and I can save some room for you at camp.

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5 years 17 weeks ago, 8:44 PM

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Thanks for the invite

Thanks for the invite hillbilly. I will definitely keep that in mind. Gotta see what I wind up drawing in Nevada this year. BTW a fear years back I lived in Wenatchee for about 3 months. Hands down some of the friendliest people Ive ever met in my life. Seems like it might be that way in Newport as well!

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5 years 17 weeks ago, 6:58 PM

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LBC

I got tired of the head shaking. It alwasy dissagreed with me. so I sad Adu,riverdere che,orv wa and other good byes and shot its head off.

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get'em dead then

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5 years 17 weeks ago, 6:59 PM

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All I ever see you post are posters of guns...........nothing you own.

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5 years 17 weeks ago, 7:02 PM

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Yup nitro fag

Own 2 guns. Marlin Model 25N .22LR and a J.C Higgins 101.1 in .410 bore. 1 Pellet guns cadet delta and 1 bb/pellet gun Grizzly model 840.

5 years 17 weeks ago, 7:08 PM

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Doesn't fly....and neither does your lies. That is why ask if you have any form of weapon.........now lets see some pictures.

Ron Paul 2012 III
5 years 17 weeks ago, 7:13 PM

Anonymous

If ya want proof

Ask greasypaws about the higgins and I will get a pic of me marlin up next time im at my friend darrels house. Tune in to the exciting conflict next week on gunslot gone wild. Tuesday nights at 9pm eastern 8pm central after peoples court. or visit our website at www.gunslot.com.

5 years 17 weeks ago, 7:23 PM

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Tells 3 or 4 hundred quick lies and now his cred is shot. Who da thunk...LOL

5 years 17 weeks ago, 7:28 PM

Anonymous

LOL

Good thing i dont have a credit card then I would be smoked! whooooo! dodged a bullet on the master card offer.....

5 years 17 weeks ago, 7:37 PM

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only love for ya brother, you handled your manner very well.

Ron Paul 2012 III
5 years 17 weeks ago, 7:47 PM

Anonymous

I love you to Nitro

Not in a homo kinda way but in a brotha kinda a way. Happy new year sport!

5 years 17 weeks ago, 7:53 PM

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i don't know snake

sounds kinda like you're coming on to Nitro.....

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5 years 17 weeks ago, 7:57 PM

Anonymous

Wow I should cover my tracks better....but snakes dont have feet!. Damn! LOL

5 years 17 weeks ago, 7:57 PM

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Snaks has to get his street cred back, hey come wash my car and you'll earn a couple points back,lol

"We cannot defend freedom abroad by deserting it at home" Thomas Jefferson
5 years 17 weeks ago, 8:01 PM

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snake!!!!

will you be my bobblehead?

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5 years 17 weeks ago, 8:05 PM

Anonymous

lol?

5 years 17 weeks ago, 11:05 PM

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But don't you dare try to shoot his faggot dog. That's my guaranteed Saturday night fallback in case the wife don't want none.

"I have always been a soldier. I have known no other life. The calling of arms, I have followed from boyhood. I have never sought another." From The Virtues of War, by Steven Pressfield.
5 years 17 weeks ago, 11:08 PM

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I am having a terrible time with it.

5 years 17 weeks ago, 11:14 PM

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Not so far, sam

I won't be on very long, have to hit the hay and rest up before that trip to Tucson tomorrow for my nasal surgery follow-up. My wife says she got us tickets to a monster truck event in Phoenix on the 30th. MONSTER TRUCKS!!! 10,000 pound trucks, 1400 HP with no mufflers jumping two stories up? I CAN'T WAIT!!!!! Oh, by the way, for those of you who have never tried them, High Gravity beer, Red Dog, Beck's Pale Ale and Sam Adams Boston Lager all SUCK ASS!!!!!!!

"I have always been a soldier. I have known no other life. The calling of arms, I have followed from boyhood. I have never sought another." From The Virtues of War, by Steven Pressfield.
5 years 17 weeks ago, 11:19 PM

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Monster trucks are cool. But bring earplugs, can get real noisy if indoors.
You will enjoy. Saw them in SF at the Cow Palace. Very interesting people in the crowd...
Hope your nose works again. Did you have the brown spot removed? lol sorry couldn't pass up that chance...

5 years 17 weeks ago, 11:25 PM

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so I am hoping the brown spot came off. It wouldn't have been there in the first place if Nitris's dog had been able to tell me he was going to stop so suddenly.

"I have always been a soldier. I have known no other life. The calling of arms, I have followed from boyhood. I have never sought another." From The Virtues of War, by Steven Pressfield.
5 years 17 weeks ago, 11:29 PM

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Turned my salad into jelly when he hit that chisel with the hammer. I couldn't look or listen anymore. Damn that is a terrible sound. I don't watch that shit anymore. Hope all is better, was it cosmetic or for better breathing. You already had a pretty face per ebear and Nitris' dog...

5 years 17 weeks ago, 11:35 PM

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It was for breathing

Called a septoplasty with inferior turbinate reduction. Apparently, I broke my nose at some point and didn't realize it, and it grew fucked up. I haven't been able to breathe out of my left nostril for as long as I can remember, and now I can. This cold air still hurts it real bad, doc says up to six months for full recovery if I take care of it (I have a two-year old with a big noggin and a habit of laughing when mommy or daddy say ouch. I'm thinking closer to eight months.) but I can't wait to go for a run with two working nostrils for the first time ever. I think it'll be like a ram-air system for my face.

"I have always been a soldier. I have known no other life. The calling of arms, I have followed from boyhood. I have never sought another." From The Virtues of War, by Steven Pressfield.
5 years 11 weeks ago, 8:44 AM

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sniffing to many puppy asses again got a raw one huh? sick prick, you need help...........maybe you could just tongue out their asses next time.

Ron Paul 2012 III
5 years 16 weeks ago, 6:50 PM

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Maybe, Nitris

I need to do something new. That little freak of a pup of yours seems to be getting less responsive with my fisting, so maybe a little tongue action might change things up. I mean, I spread peanut butter on me, maybe your dog will spread wasabi sauce on himself.

"I have always been a soldier. I have known no other life. The calling of arms, I have followed from boyhood. I have never sought another." From The Virtues of War, by Steven Pressfield.
5 years 16 weeks ago, 6:55 PM

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lol

wasabi is a funny word

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5 years 16 weeks ago, 1:25 PM

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doesn't do anything for any dog. Try cleaning the dingo berries from his bung hole with your teeth, that would make him happy.

Ron Paul 2012 III
5 years 16 weeks ago, 7:13 PM

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Oh, yeah.

That's what I like to call "Tossing the salad until I find croutons".

"I have always been a soldier. I have known no other life. The calling of arms, I have followed from boyhood. I have never sought another." From The Virtues of War, by Steven Pressfield.
5 years 12 weeks ago, 10:22 PM

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daisy

best shot well ill have to say when i was about 10 or so i had this daisy bb gun friends said i couldnt hit a pop can at 30 yrds give or take'as the story goes i hit it could tell the pop was runnin out of it best part of the story were all friends to this day

5 years 12 weeks ago, 10:25 PM

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I'm out, g'nite all

I'm out, g'nite all

"We cannot defend freedom abroad by deserting it at home" Thomas Jefferson
5 years 11 weeks ago, 10:28 AM

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best shot

I shot a bumble bee in half with a pellet gun when I was a kid. It was probably 15-20 yds away. Probably luck

"Proelium Comminus Auctoritate" "Sometimes the light at the end of the tunnel is a muzzle flash."
5 years 11 weeks ago, 10:42 AM

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Best Shot

I used to be a quick draw artist at an old west tourist attraction.
I finally got a friend to go shoot with me. He said if I pulled that
fancy shit he was getting back in the car. I straped on my quick draw rig
and just out of habit I drew and fired my right hand gun from the hip. There was one
sun flower in this whole field and it fell over.
My friend got back in the car.
I didn't even see the damn flower until it fell

A little rebellion is good medicine for the government Thomas Jefferson
5 years 11 weeks ago, 10:42 AM

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delete lol

delete lol

A little rebellion is good medicine for the government Thomas Jefferson
5 years 10 weeks ago, 12:33 PM

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The

luckiets hot I ever had was when I was hunting. I was 15 using a gun I never shot before and out with a friend hunting Deer. He signaled me to look and I thought he was signaling me to shoot I pulled up on a doe and followed her out and pulled a shot off. I hit low and she took off running. I watched her run up the side of a hill back down the hill and right at me. I pulled up she stopped 10 yards from me and staired at me for a second while I got it together in my head and pulled the trigger. Dropped her in her tracks and that was the day.

Wanna hear god laugh. Tell him your plans for the day.
5 years 10 weeks ago, 12:41 PM

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MY BEST SHOT SO FAR..

I hit the broad side of a barn.....wife said I could't do it.......

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5 years 10 weeks ago, 12:27 PM

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My best shot so far

Nailed my wife to the broad side of a barn and shot her...wife begged me not to do it.

"I have always been a soldier. I have known no other life. The calling of arms, I have followed from boyhood. I have never sought another." From The Virtues of War, by Steven Pressfield.
5 years 10 weeks ago, 12:31 PM

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when I nailed your wife too.... except she wasn't begging me not to

"Proelium Comminus Auctoritate" "Sometimes the light at the end of the tunnel is a muzzle flash."
5 years 10 weeks ago, 12:36 PM

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I'm sure it's hard for someone to beg when they have an M1a barrel in their mouth, huh? Yeah, I got pics. I'll be expecting a piece of paper with "blackmail" on it or the pics go public.

"I have always been a soldier. I have known no other life. The calling of arms, I have followed from boyhood. I have never sought another." From The Virtues of War, by Steven Pressfield.
5 years 10 weeks ago, 12:37 PM

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blackmail

you already got it. now you're not playing fair

"Proelium Comminus Auctoritate" "Sometimes the light at the end of the tunnel is a muzzle flash."
5 years 10 weeks ago, 7:45 PM

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man o man

i have to get my waders out lol i cant say whats my best shot is but i love it when i out shoot the gun snobs at camp perry with my hi point and send them back shaking thier heads

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