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    Grunt konrad's Avatar
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    Mar 2010
    North Puget Sound, Washington State


    I’m originally from the Gulf Coast of Texas; anything that slithers is fair game.
    “Kill ‘Em All and Let God Sort ‘Em Out”.

    Turtles, sunning or otherwise are chum for the slithering targets.

    I like Rugers…from the 22’s to the 375’s.

    Of course, a Winchester, Browning, Remington, Savage or Colt will do in a pinch.

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    Oct 2010
    Harrison Michigan


    we don't have many poison snakes hear in Michigan but they are protected DNR* ticketed a home owner for killing a rattle snake in his house! I did like what the officer said about missing that woodchuck. At the last minute one year work scheduled Saturday deer opener as overtime. A third of us went hunting instead, foreman came by on Monday and asked if we got a deer. those that did not got written up for absence/unexcused the committee man asked why he did not write up the others the foreman said" Because they can shoot and I don't want to tick them off"

    * Damned Near Russians

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    If that turtle is hanging onto your toe, be very careful shooting.

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