Cottontails with 38's.
Sparrow at twenty yards with 30-06. Couple feathers and a big grin were all that was left!
Shot Skeeter Hawks off the phone line going to my Grandmothers house with my Crosman Pump BB gun many moons ago.
When I was a kid I had a 22 LR and a 30-06. They both got used for sod rat shooting! Killed an elk up by Jellystone park with a 416 Rem Mag. It doubled as bear spray.
I slaughter libtards with facts and logic on a daily basis.
Ran down on foot a 250 lb. hog and killed him at close range with my .22 Ruger 4 5/8" Standard Model. Finished him with a shot behind his ear. Put another traffic wounded one down on U.S. 1 with a 9mm Kel-Tec. AC
I was in a pawn shop the other day and found a box of 8mm Remington Magnum reloads. The bullet looked to be about a 120 gr hollow point. My 8mm sends a 160gr barnes ttsx out the barrel at a chronographed 3425 fps. This is the result on a whitetail.Deer, 8mm 2.jpg I've wondered ever since what in the world that guy was shooting with the 120gr hollowpoints!
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How about a pellet rifle and a wooden spear? I posted this to another forum once, but I don't think I've ever posted it here.I have a crazy friend in Corpus Christi that does it with a knife
Below is pic of my idiot children and a hog they tangled with several years back. Yes, that is an air rifle he's holding, and that and a palm frond spear is all they had when they and the bird dog started the fight. There then ensued a 1/4 mile running battle through the swamp. ( Easton's comment: "We'd run him for a while, and then he'd run us for a while" Victoria's comment: "He was running and squealing like a girl!" Me: "the hog?" Her: "No, Easton!")
After about 30 shots to his head with the air rifle, ( he looked like he had been shot with a load of 2's in the face) Victoria decided to run back to my truck and get a .22. She then climbed up on the log he was bayed up against, stuck it to the back of his head and popped him. (at the time, she was 14, and he was 12.)
After he was dead, it occurred to them that maybe they should use their radio and inform some adults what was going on. We did not have a scale with us, but I'm sure he was at least 250 pounds. The palm frond spear had blood on it's tip, also.
I've been calling them my idiot children ever since! I tried to blame it on their mother's side, but I have heard several comments from long term friends and acquaintances about " the apple not falling far from the tree" DSC_0011.JPG
As a kid living at home, nothing was off the table. Every thing that moved was fair game. I never walked by a window without looking out back to see what may be in the yard. Seen every game animal and bird in VA except a bear. Killed them all, most of the time from inside the house shooting out the window. Mom would get a little bent now and then, but she would always get over it pretty quick. A few memories from the window:
Grouse met 30-06, not a pleasant ending
Turkey in the top of a tall tree meets 30-06...He got hung up on the way down by one foot in the fork of a limb right near the top of the tree, ole stinkbird hung there for close to a year, in the end it was only the foot still stuck, the tree probably eventually absorbed the foot
Big mouth crow met 30-06...Just a few feathers left that the mower got the next day
Snake....Grabbed the 12ga went out in the yard, couldn't find him anywhere! Happened to look and 6" of his head was sticking out from under a snowball bush looking at me from 5ft away...The shot left a small canyon beside that bush about a foot long that stayed there for a couple years...Snake was decapped!
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