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re: What consitutes "going armed"? - Huntinguy
I recently went to an area where my CC permit is not recognized. Its also not legal to carry a blade longer than 3", and many areas that I visited while there (Government intallations) NO blade was legal. I carried a small high lumen flashlight and good situational awareness. When possible, m...
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re: I have an unwanted roommate in the form of four legs and Mickey Mouse ears... - Huntinguy
[quote]hunt over a bait pile with your son's Red Ryder as others have mentioned, mouse trap set with peanut butter or a glue board/trap works best .[/quote] I concur that this is definitely a good time.......but depending on the size of the mouse/rat, the Red Ryder may not do the trick. I...
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re: Who here has guided hunts? - Huntinguy
[quote]I would rather spend my days afield with people I know and enjoy being around, rather than folks I have to be around.[/quote] This. THIS RIGHT HERE. I only hunt with people I like or want to hunt with. I once thought I wanted to guide, and did do quite a bit of informal guiding, ...
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re: What's the 2nd most important factor in duck hunting success? - Huntinguy
Agree, but this often has more to do with the non-controllable factors of being in the right place and weather...although hunting the wind is HUGE. I've seen guys hunt the right spot....but not be set up right for the wind....
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re: Winchester 94 - Huntinguy
Don't change the sights man, Your Grandaddy didn't need new sights.....heck half the time he probably didn't even use the rear. Shoot it some, hunt with it, but don't change it....
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re: What's the 2nd most important factor in duck hunting success? - Huntinguy
Learn to shoot well. Practice, take a class. Hunt will be more satisfying when you shoot well. Shooting well is a trainable skill, and its also to a degree perishable. When you shoot well, it won't take many opportunities to string six and you'll feel a lot better about the hunt if you do. ...
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re: What are some of your favorite/most used knives? - Huntinguy
For daily carry I carry a Benchmade 940 and a Victorinox Super Tinker. ...
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re: I have a family of raccoons living underneath my bathtub - Huntinguy
This is your answer. It doesn't even have to be a cone, can be a single one-flap. Think, push their way out.......can't push back in. Then repair the hole....
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re: Go Pro Hunting tips?? - Huntinguy
Check out [link=(https://www.youtube.com/user/Dav1500/videos)]this[/link] guy's videos for some ideas of how he uses them....
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re: Alaska guide kills Griz with 9mm - Huntinguy
If I were in bear country like that I'd want bigger hardware, but with that said, dude just smoked Griz with a 9MM by placing multiple accurate shots on target. Kudos to him!...
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re: Remington 870 American Classic - Would you buy it? - Huntinguy
It certainly was. I has looked at a mossberg at Howards.....and a winchester I believe at a Western Auto....
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re: Arrowhead hunting Louisiana - Huntinguy
I've got a good many. 5-6 Bird points, spear points, scrapers, grinding stones, pottery shards and incomplete or broken pieces. I need to build a display case or shadow box for them. I spend a fair amount of time on farms, and I watch where I put my feet and notice things. I've picked up sever...
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re: Remington 870 American Classic - Would you buy it? - Huntinguy
Fair chance I may have outed myself to some with that post lol....
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re: Remington 870 American Classic - Would you buy it? - Huntinguy
Great story Martini. I bought my first shotgun on credit at 12 years old. I went into Keeth's Marine to fondle and dream of buying my "own" gun, when Bubba walked through just as I was taking a youth model 870 magnum down from my shoulder and staring at the price tag. "Fits you good don't i...
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re: Glock 43 9mm - Huntinguy
If you decide to get rid of it I might be interested. ...
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re: Jonesville La chief police fired after "racist" comment Facebook - Huntinguy
I'm just here to say that the sidebar to this thread is hilarious. Because I seldom go through and clean up my contacts....I still have Larry's number in my phone as the Contact for Robert. lol and Roy is good people, as is the farmer and the old cowboy....
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re: Concealed carry gun recommendation? - Huntinguy
No change in recoil, gun weighs the same. Just a much lighter, more crisp trigger than the long double action pull of the LC9. Much easier to shoot well IMO....
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re: Concealed carry gun recommendation? - Huntinguy
[quote]I think thw LC9S might be my favorite. Huge improvement over the original LC9. [/quote] This.....I switched my wife from an LC9 to LC9s and the upgrade was tremendous!...
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