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Old 09-20-2002, 11:47 PM
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Damn Cuda, looks like you kinda like lever actions. My first centerfire rifle was a Marlin 336. Still break it out a couple of times every year.
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Old 09-21-2002, 01:33 AM
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Here's my pig getters... well, some of them. Three .45's and a 7.62.

Who was makin wise cracks about flinters now? Soft round ball at 2000 fps works raght nice! Then ya's pulls yer shurt gun, ya kno?
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Old 09-21-2002, 01:59 AM
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Clay: .33 Winchester... Niccccce! Love them old ones.

jmeng: My first centerfire was a 336 also. .35 Remington woop ass. Later got a Contender in .35 Rem... Wooped hand! Ouch.

cuda: Like that white furry repeating gun ya got there. Kain't tell what calibre she is, but lookin down the mouth of that barrel or down the barrel of that mouth.... er, screw it. If that thing messes wid peegs, Ah'm hoofin ma way outta der!!

Got 2 levers now. Old '92 in .32-20. And single shot lever in .45-70... She's a real Sharp one she is. Peeg medicine fur shur. Want an old 1886 in .45-90!

If all else fails? Get out the armor... Armored Dildo that is. Tear em up Spot.
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Old 09-21-2002, 10:45 AM
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The rifle with the scope is a 35 Rem. The others are 44 mag, 45 colt, 375 Win, 45/70 and 358 Win. The pistol is 44 mag. The dog is 57 pounds of pure catch dog. I like the levers for hog hunting for the fast reloading, and injured boar is an ill tempered critter. I have since found the pump action rifle (Rem 760 and 7600) are even faster reloading when laying on your belly under the briars face to face with a hog. Kinda hard to work the lever on your belly. I have pumps in 358 Win and 35 Whelen.

Went out last Sunday and caught a hog with the dog. 125# boar.
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Old 09-21-2002, 11:48 AM
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Hey cuda,

Checked your web site. Nice little bunch of "Red Riders" for getting peegs. I haven't hunted for many years - Texas is just way too $$$ since everything is private land and leased. Works well to keep the herds managed though. I used to pig hunt when I was stationed in Beaufort SC when I was a young green machine. Friend used to take us out into the swampy areas around Savanna Ga and we had us a blast. Used a Marlin .44 Mag mostly then.

Been wanting to try out dem peegs again as they're the cheapest hunt we've got here. Been thinking a perfect combo would be my M-1 Garand loaded with 220 gr rnsp's and my .45 auto on backup would be just the ticket. 8 fast rounds with quick reloads. Smaller caliber but then the .30-06 is still good power when coupled with the heavier bullets. Might try loading them with Barnes X-bullets too for the penetration. Still want to try out a flinter on one. Been hankering after a smoothbore Virginia style for my buckskinning fun. 20 ga/.62 round ball or 11ga/.75 cal loaded as a buck & ball combo would be interesting.

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My gf got one two years ago with a black powder. She's tough, had to drag it almost a half mile to the road where I picked her up. 130# sow. I got about a 40 pounder last year in almost the same place, and dragging it out damn near killed me. Glad I didn't get a shot at the big one I saw just before that.
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Old 09-21-2002, 08:31 PM
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Bring it on girls!
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Old 09-21-2002, 09:50 PM
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Cool pic man! Me thinks that AK would work on peegs and social scumbags.

TulsaLarry, C'mon man and post one of yours from the 'Nam. Us young Devil Pups need some of that motivation. I gotta hand it to you guys that did the time and saw the elephant. Attennn..hut. Hannnd Saaalute!

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It has been to long, time to bring this back to the top.

I saw this on a preview for "Reno 911"
-Empty the chamber and let the lord decide"

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Old 09-04-2003, 08:55 PM
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11. Always cheat, always win. The only unfair fight is the one you lose.


All things being equal I'd rather have an unfair advantage.
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