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My first deer!

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by JacobDW, Nov 17, 2008.

  1. JacobDW New Member

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    and he sure is a bruiser!



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  2. BurlyShirley Rex Grossman Will Rise Again

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    Yeah, **** that deer!

    That's what he gets for trying to live. Summitch got what he disserved!
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  3. IH8Rice I'm Mr. Negative! I Fail!

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    is that a scope on your shotgun??
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  4. sanjuro Tube Smuggler

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    I'm sure there won't be gray opinions on this thread.
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  5. JacobDW New Member

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    tru-glo red scope -----> 1x magnification barrel doesnt have sights, just an integrated scope base. the barrel is rifled as well, sabot slugs only, no buck shot.
    #5 Nov 17, 2008   
  6. IH8Rice I'm Mr. Negative! I Fail!

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    congrats on killing a animal...one that cant shoot back
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  7. moff_quigley Why don't you have a seat over there?

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    I get some jalapeno/cheddar cheese deer sausage from a co-worker when they get a deer processed. :drool:
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    Beautiful harvest. What was the distance?
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  9. TKCastle New Member

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    When you ate that steak, what kind of firearm was the cow carrying?
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  10. IH8Rice I'm Mr. Negative! I Fail!

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    .357

    that sob almost got me too!

    the chickens tried to shank me too, but i got them too
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    From one hunter to another, nice harvest! Quite a buck for your first one.
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  12. I Are Baboon Run, Forrest, Run!

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    That would make for one hell of a Monkeyfest feast.
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  13. H8R Cranky Pants

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    I see no bruises...
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  14. Sandwich just shake your rump

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    "Man, I love shooting my own turkey. The sound of the gun going off, BLAM BLAM, everybody in the supermarket staring at me"

    hey there's blood in your truck
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  15. johnbryanpeters Hero

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    Enjoy your venison!
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  16. JacobDW New Member

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    he was at a whoping 10 yards! gun is sighted for 50 yards, but i didnt need it. Heard him doin his thing all morning, then he just landed in my lap and showed up out of some brush, as soon as I saw how big he was i knew I wanted him; so I pulled the trigger!
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  17. Pegboy Active Member

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    [ Heard him doin his thing all morning, then he just landed in my lap, as soon as I saw how big he was i knew I wanted him QUOTE]

    Couldn't pass that up.
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  18. Zark Hey little girl, do you want some candy?

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    With this thread title I was quite relieved this thread was about hunting and not bestiality, whew!
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  19. narlus Eastcoast Softcore Staff Member

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    was there toe-tapping?
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  20. Sandwich just shake your rump

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    maybe the deer was just looking for some TP, sheesh.
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  21. IH8Rice I'm Mr. Negative! I Fail!

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    honest mistake.

    but i felt REALLY weird asking for some TP in the Platty bathroom...i quickly apologized for asking such a gay question.
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  22. TN Hey baby, want a hot dog?

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  23. drkenan anti-dentite

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    I have no idea why I clicked on this thread.

    I'll respect redneck hunters when they start hunting with their bare hands. Or hell, I'd be cool with them even using a knife. But the dogs and high powered guns are a little bit cheap. And no we don't have an "overpopulation problem." :crazy:
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    All fixed.
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  25. tunnelvision New Member

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    Thats heaven on a plate right there. :monkey:
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    Two words: Venison burgers:drool:
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  27. Okraz New Member

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    Three words: choke on it
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    gun isnt big enough for it to be "cool" ide rather go bow hunting
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  29. Upgr8r High Priest or maybe Jedi Master

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    Five words: wash it down with beer
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  30. llkoolkeg Ranger LL

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    Congratulations on your first!

    It's soooo amusing that our resident tuckjunks will pipe up to share their pvssified opinions about things they can't comprehend, also. :biggrin:
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  31. Jeremy R <b>x</b>

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    I wonder if that deer's last thought was:
    You have got to be kidding me, I am getting killed by the dude from
    Blues Travelers.
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    Nice dinner guest ,and to the granola crowd ,you live you life style we live ours ,BTW 100% organic and tasty too :clapping::clapping::clapping:
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  33. AlmostHeaven New Member

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    do you want some cheese with that whine? :nopity: you might have clicked on this thread, but I can assure you that we all would have been FINE without your bogus opinion. guess that's the internet for ya, what can you do...
    and since when are all hunters 'rednecks'? might wanna check yourself...

    dogs are not used in all areas for deer hunting. they are typically only used in flatter places where high powered rifles fire bullets too far and creates a danger for shooting something other than a deer. i only support hunting with dogs in these areas that are flat; once you get into the mountains you need to man up and do some hiking. the dogs are used to find a deer and chase it into the hunters general direction, ensuring that they have a much better shot at the animal to minimize accidents. another way to reduce accidents is using a shotgun without a choke of course.

    and being from Asheville, you are probably one of the few kids in your high school that doesn't hunt or thinks it's "baaaadddd" for people to kill deer.

    come back when you have a farm or garden that you depend on for food or income and tell me that deer aren't total f'ing pests and do nothing but destroy. sure, they can be majestic and all that crap but when it comes down to it, they are food. there might have been a reason to preserve deer in NC when there were only 10,000 inhabiting the state in 1900, but since there are over ONE MILLION deer in NC, many of them being in the western part of the state, I would lean more towards you DO have an overpopulation problem, or could use some reduction to at least stabilize the population.
    no need for the sarcastic quotation marks. do some homework on your home state.
    :rant: over. can't stand uneducated assumptions and ignorance of other lifestyles.
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    hmm...i dunno, not seeing it :clue:

    maybe if the deer was on mushrooms or something.
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  35. manimal Ociffer Tackleberry

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    dam...i can't believe you live in the same state as me :disgust1:
    (given; asheville is kind of a state in it's own, like a parallel Berkeley or something ;) )
    and i'm so glad you can lump everything non-urban into "redneck". :rolleyes:

    don't worry kenan, when the zombypacolypse begins i'll teach you how to survive......'cause i like ya, even though you're just a sniveling pinko bastard.
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  36. TheMontashu Pourly Tatteued Jeu

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    Hey you're lumping all pinko bastards into "gun haters". How are the people supposed to protect from the evil capitalists without guns???
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  37. manimal Ociffer Tackleberry

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    no,no,no...you got it all wrong. all pinko bastards are absurd animal lovers who lump all non-believers into the "redneck" category...duh! ;) :D
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  38. TheMontashu Pourly Tatteued Jeu

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    No way, I'm a pinko bastard and I love to go out and kill animals. I just hardly ever do it any more because I will only hunt X-zone tags (anything else in cali you are going to have to go out every day if you want a chance to get something) and they are super hard to get. I also hate getting up to go duck hunting and wont do it unless we have someones nice blind to use, call me a princess but **** standing in waiters at 4 in the morning.
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  39. BurlyShirley Rex Grossman Will Rise Again

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    Just for the record, I think hunting is fine. I was only kidding with my initial post. Kill all the forest rats I say.
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    Crap. We know that you are vegan scum tofu chewer.
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