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#206314 - 04/03/20 11:16 AM Re: Killing time. [Re: junebug]
Drycreek3189
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Registered: 02/26/20
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Loc: Texas

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I?ve been doing some of the same things you guys are doing, but since I?m retired, I kinda stay caught up. Right now, between rains, I have food plots to get ready. A couple new ones were sprayed last week, just waiting for them to finish dying and then, dodging the rain hopefully, I?ll be liming them.

I?m still trying to trap hogs and coons, not having much luck, but what else do I have to do ? I did shoot my Single Six a little this morning on the way back from checking my traps, and I?m gonna give it a little cleaning.

After that, check the radar, and if no rain for a couple hours, I?m gonna give my OM SBH a little workout at 50 yards from the bench. Since I live in the country, and there?s 80 acres out my back door, thankfully I don?t need to go anywhere to shoot.

Stay safe guys and we will get through this crap !

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#206329 - 04/03/20 11:10 PM Re: Killing time. [Re: Drycreek3189]
dave thomas
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Registered: 11/19/08
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trapping coons? thought high speed lead poisoning was the flavor of the day. Seriously try grape jelly for bait, used it for ten years on my trap line and nuisance trapping and nothing could compare for numbers caught.

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#206369 - 04/06/20 06:21 PM Re: Killing time. [Re: dave thomas]
junebug
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Registered: 10/26/09
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Loc: Bardstown ,Ky

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New belts on the mower today,drive belt and deck,sharpened blades. Finished up mowing.Only thing I have shot for 3-4 days was pellet pistol couple of times today,English sparrows in Blue Bird house.
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#206383 - 04/08/20 09:38 AM Re: Killing time. [Re: junebug]
reflex264
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Turkey hunting and working on guns. Set up a couple of glocks for a buddy and working on my Lefever shotgun. I have most of the parts now to start on my .460 Rowland wheel gun. May start that next week. I need to get the 357 project gun back out and dial it in at 100 yards.

Firing pin I made for the 1928 lefever:
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"A quiet hit in the right place is better than a loud miss in the wrong place followed by 10 more shots on the run"

I was a handgun hunter, when handgun wasn't cool.....

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