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5 years 48 weeks ago, 5:22 PM

Indianabuck

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First Lieutenant
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Join Date:
Aug 2008
Location:
Campbellsburg, Indiana
Hello everyone

Located in beautiful southern Indiana. Longtime shooter and hunter. Turkey, Deer, and Quail are my favorites, in that order. Browning A5's, Remington 11, Remington 870, SKB XL900, Remington 11-87, Ithaca 37, Revelation 350A, Stevens 77C, Ruger O/U. Stevens Favorite 1915, Winchester 88, Winchester 70, Savage 12, Remington 700, Remington 788, Marlin 39A, MAC 90. Knight MK85, Savage ML2.

First and last guns listed are my favorites. The Revelation was my first gun. I enjoy bench shooting also. Those guns are hard to list here. I look forward to hearing from everyone and to gain some knowledge along the way. Thanks

If you can't Dazzle em, BAFFLE em!
5 years 48 weeks ago, 5:25 PM

Anonymous

welcome

to a fellow killer of things furry and feathery and TASTY

5 years 48 weeks ago, 5:48 PM

sytasyn_syn

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Rank:
General
Points:
3614
Join Date:
May 2008
Location:
Michigan, United States
Sanity?

you know this may sound weird or maybe just plain crazy...I have killed men before due to this war and I honestly think that interests me more then hunting an animal...unless its with a knife. However, I want to put on record me saying that I see nothing wrong with hunting and killing of animals. If you do it...great, dont really care. as long as theres yummy dead flesh in the local market I dont care. I just dont see the fun in it. You having a High Powered Rifle and camo and the knowledge of the hunt beginning...the animal has nothing? but im fine with it. fuck those furry pricks...the shouldnt of headbutt your bullet. Next time you hunt, do me a favor...send me some meat!!!

Be Kind and Courteous to All That You Meet, But Always Have A Plan to Kill Them -U.S. Marine Corp General-
5 years 48 weeks ago, 6:29 PM

Indianabuck

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Rank:
First Lieutenant
Points:
25
Join Date:
Aug 2008
Location:
Campbellsburg, Indiana

Sytasyn - I've never met a human that can see and hear even close to a wild turkey senses. Untill you call that bird to you (it's against their nature) and feel his gobble vibrating in your chest. You know the bird is 15 feet away. Your blood is pumping and the next moment he is gone and you never layed eyes on him. The thrill is still there, the excitement lingers forever, you know next time the sneaky bastard will come in front of you instead of behind.
The meat is secondary to me. The hunt is the FUN. Here in Indiana we can't use high powered rifles for hunting. I use a muzzleloader for the Hunt. One shot - One kill. The thrill is knowing your skill with your weapon, Am I going to take this animal with this one opportunity? Trust me the thrill is there.

If you can't Dazzle em, BAFFLE em!

If you can't Dazzle em, BAFFLE em!
5 years 48 weeks ago, 7:06 PM

Anonymous

turkey weapon

heres a laugh for ya but i swear on my life it is true. my turkey weapon is a pickup truck! we have turks here in Washington state and when you are driving down the road and there is fifty of the tasty buggers standing in your lane,well, lets see HAMMER DOWN!I have gotten two this way but have also stalked them at dawn with a 12 gauge and have harvested 5 but it was far easier with the pickup

5 years 48 weeks ago, 8:37 PM

craigman9mm

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Brigadier General
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268
Join Date:
Jun 2008
turkey weapon

oh, hit and run hunter hey??? I've done that with pigeons. Had one stuck in my grill.

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