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Biography:LSU grad, 1982 , BS - Petroleum Engineering
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re: Aging deer meat - jimbeaux82
Thanks for the info it is definitely something to think about...
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re: Aging deer meat - jimbeaux82
Not trying to be a jerk regarding the E. coli comment but I have been doing this for over 30 years with a minimum of 4 deer each year , some years as many as 14-15 , hunting 3 states and have never had a sickness issue with this method. I do drain the chest each day and add more ice as needed but I ...
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re: Aging deer meat - jimbeaux82
I prefer to do as you do. I want water and ice touching the meat to bleed it out. I many times completely debone it so it can bleed even better. I usually leave it 5-7 days like this in an ice chest before final processing. When done like this it makes the mildest tasting deer possible. I give a lot...
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re: Inexpensive scope - jimbeaux82
Nikons Prostaff or Buckmaster are the best inexpensive scopes out there. I have several and never had a problem....
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re: Heaviest Deer you’ve killed - jimbeaux82
245 Avoyelles Parish 8 pt...
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re: First hunting rifle. Stainless barrel? And caliber question. - jimbeaux82
Let me explain the difference in a 308 versus a 30/06. They both shoot the exact same diameter bullet, .308 diameter. For lighter bullets, say 150 grain, the velocity difference is 100 fps or less between them with the 30/06 being the higher velocity. However, if you go up to 180 grain bullets, whic...
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re: Best rifle/caliber combo with little to no recoil - jimbeaux82
While there are some great suggestions posted already, especially the 7-08 with reduced recoil ammo, another very viable option is the 7.62x39 caliber in a youth bolt rifle. While not as common in bolt rifles as other calibers, there are several manuf that make them for not too much money. Howa make...
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re: IST 11/2 - jimbeaux82
Retired - always off on Friday and Thursday and Wed and Tue and Monday. On the weekends I go to LSU games...
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re: IST 11/2 - jimbeaux82
Sabine parish, 49 deg, CZ 527 in 7.62x39, nothing yet...
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re: Should Synagogue Members Carry Guns During Worship Services ? - jimbeaux82
Some Catholic Churches now have Security Teams carrying concealed and fully abiding by LA law. It is a shame that we cannot all just worship in peace without having to worry but the world has many evil people who think nothing of shooting up a church. If you think you are safe in any state in the US...
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re: Myron Warren from Many ? - jimbeaux82
I hope our LSU staff at least has a good eye on him. I hate that we lost out to the Many RB a couple years ago...
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re: Anyone here have a 375 H&H caliber rifle? - jimbeaux82
Nilgai is without a doubt the best venison to eat. It is like heavy beef. In years when I have killed a Nilgai I have given away all of my white tail. It is even better than elk or moose...
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re: Lee's Tigers by Terry L. Jones, LSU Press, revised and expanded - jimbeaux82
People do not understand that the definition of “Creole” has changed over time. In the 1860’s it absolutely did not mean of mixed race (black/white). Gen Beauregard was a Creole and did not have any black blood in him. It referred to the “Aristocracy” or “Society” of New Orleans which was originally...
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re: Anyone here have a 375 H&H caliber rifle? - jimbeaux82
Good plan. All you need for Cape Buffalo and would be a great brown bear rifle if you ever get the chance. I load 270 grain bullets in mine at 2600 FPS and that tamed the recoil a bit. I have killed Cape Buffalo, Zebra, Wildebeast and Nilgai with a 375...
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re: Lee's Tigers by Terry L. Jones, LSU Press, revised and expanded - jimbeaux82
That was actually Gen Jubal Early who said that. The Tigers were serving under him at that time...
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Myron Warren from Many ? - jimbeaux82
What’s the story on this kid?...
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re: Anyone here have a 375 H&H caliber rifle? - jimbeaux82
I have one and the recoil Is more noticeable than my 35 W. However I can still shoot it well for a few shots without flinching. What do you plan to use it for?...
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re: Farrel,and Shelvin played well - jimbeaux82
I have nothing personal against Shelvin. I hope he is able to shed 20-30 lbs before next year and be the force we need in the middle. I support him like I do all LSU players. However in the shape he is currently in he cannot contribute very much to the team except as I noted previously. And I am an ...
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