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Postby EvilEyeMonkey » Tue Dec 16, 2003 9:20 pm

eh i dont like that. well basically it goes like this. What ever <b>ANIMAL</b> you kill you must eat or give someone to eat. (unless in danger) Those are my rules.
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Postby Bartman007 » Tue Dec 16, 2003 10:43 pm

spudinator: not cool. I don't care how much he was pissing you off, you had no right to kill that bird. That's just messed up.... [:(!]
Oh well, at least it had a quick death. :x
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Postby BC Pneumatics » Tue Dec 16, 2003 11:48 pm

Perhaps next time a WANRNING SHOT?!?!?!
That was mean.. might be ok if it was needed, but there was no real reason
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Postby boogieman » Wed Dec 17, 2003 12:58 am

spudinator, you are evil! :?
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Postby Aaron » Wed Dec 17, 2003 1:13 am

Crows are a big nuisance at my property, picking bulbs and veggie seeds from the garden so I have no problem taking potshots at them with my pellet rifle. I've never bothered with a spudgun because that's not what I made it for. More often than not I miss the crows but they stay out of the yard, and that's the point.
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Postby spud lover » Wed Dec 17, 2003 9:16 pm

Once you deal with crows on a pro longed basis you want to shoot at them. I'm suprised you hit him spudinator, usually I miss by about 2ft at 30yds so I'm doing good. One time we opened up on a crow at about 300yds with a ar-15 and .22 rifle, he kept doding and weaving as the bullets whizzed by his head.:D Of course I condone these activities and have never participated in them...
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Postby Spudinator » Thu Dec 18, 2003 4:19 pm

It was not just irritation that caused me to do this. i have a small orchard and a garden, that is just now starting to fully produce apples, peaches, pears, and other types of fruit. i have not had succesful accuracy before with this gun, so this was just maybe a lucky shot, plus its crow season around here. My family really doesnt enjoy the crows, so they actually are happy when i take them out. just so you know, i bury anything i kill, i dont leave em out to be scavenged by other animals. and i do eat anything edible that i kill. (except for crows) hell, me and a friend actually go and hund squirrels, we share em 50/50, he get the tails, i get the hide, and we both cook em up on the BBQ'. they actually taste pretty good[:p]
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Postby Aaron » Thu Dec 18, 2003 8:34 pm

Haha, you sound like my friend Rich who lives in Sedro Wooley.
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Postby mobius1 » Fri Jan 02, 2004 2:45 am

well my friends father is a sandiego laobster fisher and he has hundreds of traps and the sparrows and crows hang out on them and in them and poop everywhere causeing a lot of problems

so we usually just cap them off witha pellit gun from about 30 yards with no scope so eh its hard enough to hit them but yea somtimes we will just shoot a spud.. or a screwdiver it usually gets them away.
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