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    in reply to: Elk Down #2949968
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    Thanks for the story.

     

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    in reply to: GOOD YEAR #1557738
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    Great pictures you should be set with back straps for the year.

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    in reply to: Looking for .223 #1557976
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    Should be able to find one of these in that price range. I have one and like it for no more than I shoot it fits my needs.
    https://www.gunsamerica.com/blog/savage-axis-ii/

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    Quote by: TeamAsgrow

    Will the new site support more members who prefer denim vest and carp fishing?

    😀 😀 😀

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    in reply to: Ankeny deer #1559621
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    Found out why at sun set he had a doe pin down

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    Quote by: topH20terror

    I’ve used 20-24 power scopes for dogging in the past. Finer crosshairs work well for those little critters at distances of 300-400+. Anything out to 300 yards a 12-16 power is fine IMO.

    Make sure you have a decent range finder as well. Especially for dogs out in the 400-500 range.

    My farthest kills with a 20 caliber (20 Practical) were 548 yards, farthest with a 223 was just over 600 yards, close to 700 yards with a 243.

    Been to South Dakota last 2 years and I think it was you Trevor that pointed us to the Woods area. Anyway I don’t think these 70+ plus year old eyes could see a dog at 500 yards 😀 3 of us old farts most likely missed more than we hit but we had a ball both years.

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    nice congrats

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    heavy and wide congrats

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    today 74 fishing SLOW

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    Congrats young man

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    Quote by: TeamAsgrow

    First can we please do some Math to establish the correct age for the first turkey… 2017=8, 2016=7, 2015=6, 2014=5, 2013=4 years old. I remember when he shot his first bird and it was posted here. Before we blast this young hunter and father if you cannot even determine the correct age via math and you have no knowledge of the hunter himself you should all butt out of what the parents have done with this young hunter to prepare him to hunt.

    Congrats again on the bird.

    Thank you Brian his dad is a police officer and happens to be a firearms instructor. In years past they have gone to my daughters (his sister) farm. Its almost to easy there I don’t think they ever had to wait a hour past shooting hour to be done.

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    in reply to: Sightings #1568991
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    Glad to see you are still on the hunt

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    in reply to: blackbirds #1569846
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    After a google search looks like they are grackles I’ve called them blackbirds my whole life.

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    Went down to a friends & hunted for a few days. Unless you know someone who knows the ranchers you have a hard time finding a place to hunt. The ones that will let you charge you. I guess they consider them a cash crop.

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    all of these morels must be laying on a newspaper with todays date in order to verify their validity… :mrgreen:

    😀 😀 😀 😀 😀 😀 😀 😀

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    Quote by: TeamAsgrow

    I think the safety distance equation is 100 yds per pound of explosive. There are plenty of stores and vids on the internet of people dismembering themselves or others trying to blow of various things that send sharp hunks a flying.

    My buddy and I thought if we put a 1 lbs under a 5 gal bucket it would send it into the air like a big firecracker wrong. We did this on his landing strip for his plane at his farm. Took about a hour of walking the strip to get all the torn pieces of bucket picked up. Scary how it ripped that bucket into so many pieces.

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    Quote by: mhock

    On an unrelated note…. a hefty trash bag 1/2 full of acetelyne with just a bit of O2 will knock out security lights 1/4 mile away and piss your dad off! For a moment, I thought I was blind after the boom! Damn kids anyway!!!
    :mrgreen:

    WOW that made me laugh I know what a small bag will do very loud.

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    in reply to: Big Creek Perch #1572142
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    Back in the days before shad got in Big Creek a guy could catch a limit now and then.

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