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re: St. Tammany local races and state races for conservatives - Stitches
Download the Geaux Vote app on your phone. It gives you your ballot based on your voter registration. ...
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re: Klobuchar must be horrible to be around all day - Stitches
I can't stop seeing Ted Nugent when I look at her face. It's annoying. ...
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re: Bow string - Stitches
I changed my last set after I nicked the string with my broadhead in the dark. It was 5 years old at that point. I keep it waxed and stored in a hard case. If it starts to fray and twist real bad where I have to adjust my peep sight before every shot, I'll change to a new set. ...
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re: What’s the best handgun without a kick? - Stitches
Depends on the gun itself more than the caliber. I have a Ruger .380 acp that I can't shoot more than 20 times before my hand starts hurting. I just bought a Ruger GP100 that I can shoot all day with full power .357mag. I'd say in general though, a .22lr followed by a full-sized 9mm will be comfo...
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re: If you were going to buy a new pistol right now, what would you get? - Stitches
If you're buying to conceal carry, I would get the standard P365. I literally forget I have it on my hip most of the time. I like a thin firearm with a short grip for concealed carry though. I would probably step up to the compact sized S&W if going that route. For me, I don't see the advantage ...
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re: When will Louisiana go to phase 3? - Stitches
My employer, the largest private company in Louisiana (healthcare), got $358 million according to a Corporate Officer in a division meeting last week. ...
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re: IWB holster recs? - Stitches
Vedder makes kydex holsters, so a molded hard plastic. It is not pliable whatsoever, but offers adjustability as far as ride height and cant. There is no lining, but I don't worry about scuff marks on my carry guns. For a simple and lightweight IWB holster, they're pretty hard to beat. If c...
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re: What’s your favorite hunting podcast or youtube channel? - Stitches
Born and Raised Outdoors. Same concept as THP, but with western hunting....
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re: #1 passion in the outdoors for yall? - Stitches
Watching my dog go from wagging his tail to wagging his butt in excitement when he realizes he's completed a track and found the deer at the end of it....
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re: Anyone Have Any Stories About Dirty Small Town Politics? - Stitches
[quote]Washington Parish is a total freak show. The landfill is a racket. The sheriff is like a foghorn leghorn character. It's really annoying.[/quote] Books could be written about a certain local Pentecostal pastor as well. ...
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re: Anyone use Ozonics? - Stitches
I quit spending money on that type of stuff last season. I simply washed my hunting clothes with a scent-free detergent and a little baking soda, dried them outside, and stored in a plastic tub. Hunted down-wind, and killed just as many as any other year. ...
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re: Raising rabbits for meat - Stitches
How do you organize which birds go in which cage? Breeding pair in one, roosters for slaughter in one, and replacement hens in one?...
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re: Raising rabbits for meat - Stitches
Any particular breed that you recommend? I'm building a similar setup this weekend, and will be looking to purchase birds soon after. ...
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re: Decided to get into deer recovery/blood tracking (new pup) 10/12 update (First recovery) - Stitches
A key point to remember is that your puppy's nose is already as good as it's going to get. The whole point of running mock trails is to help it learn how to work through those situations where there isn't a ton or any amount of blood, and the deer didn't run in a straight line. It won't hurt to age ...
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re: Decided to get into deer recovery/blood tracking (new pup) 10/12 update (First recovery) - Stitches
You can use beef blood if you're able to get it from a local butcher. They will give it to you for cheap or free since they have to pay someone to dispose of it anyway. Best advice I can give at this time of year is don't run any tracks on super hot days unless its early in the morning or late in th...
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re: Carrying From Now On - Stitches
Sticky holster and a lightweight firearm like an LCP is the way to go. I have a bellyband as well, and have had no issues with it....
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re: Welcome to Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, you aren't burning down their city - Stitches
I've been trying to talk my wife into a move to CDA for over a year now, but the cold weather is a deal breaker for her. I guess I'll just have to settle for Texas like everybody else lol. ...
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Ochsner Employees - Stitches
Did any of you read the email from the CEO essentially stating that employees and patients from minority groups have been plagued with systemic and individual racism, and he's meeting with the Chief Diversity Officer to discuss plans for greater equality? There was also a tidbit about the creati...
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re: Low Maintenance Fall Food Plots - Stitches
I've always planted sometime in late September, even early October. If its just a place to kill a few deer for meat, and you have zero equipment to aid in planting, I would just keep corn on the ground and call it a day. Maybe even make a mineral lick to hunt over if cost is an issue. 2 parts...
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re: Alternative to Revolution for dogs - Stitches
I buy my dogs Nexgard Spectra from petisupply.com. I get the dose meant for a dog twice their size, and cut the chews in half. It covers fleas, ticks, and heartworms. Shipping takes about 3 weeks, so keep that in mind if you order from this website. No prescription needed. ...
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