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NICE!!!

I'm working on a land owner now to let us nuke prairie dogs/whistle pigs on his ranch doing the RMJ III. (RMJ III - the madness continues)


am there!




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Here's a secret spy photo of Johnny's new Zombie Slayer project, it's so fucking cool !!!

.....look closely......

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so, is that really a flint lock automatic? or would that be semiauto




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You got a hole in the crotch of your pants Dave?

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Amazing!!!!!!!!!!
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"Look closely..."
You got a hole in the crotch of your pants Dave?[/
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Ok, well yeah, that too.
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Nice Mike !!!

But, something fun in California ??
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You're gonna have to stand next to 'em to hit them.

When you do hit 'em though...nothing but a red mist where a whistle pig once sat.


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Ahh, childhood memories - Prairie dogs/whistle pigs....we called'm PotGuts and they were a great source for weekend beer $. A local rancher paid us 25 cents for each tail we turned in while hunting on his property. He raised cattle and the holes they dug often caused sprained ankles and broken bones so he was happy to pay us. A good day yielded 10$ or so but if your game wasn't on you could eat up half of that on ammo. My weapon of choice was no Zombie Killer - Remington 572 Fieldmaster and a big box of .22 LR's. Nothing compared to the arms you guys are sport'n but it got the job done.



I had a .243 with a 3-9 power scope which has incredible range but the ammo cost kept it in the case until deer season.



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i have a few, but my favorite is my Schultz & Larssen .358 Norma Mag.
it's a fucking beast.(not compared to the 50 cal of course, but I can't
have one of those in the People's Republik of Kalifornia)
too big for about 99.99999% of the game on the North American continent.
4117 ft/lbs of energy at the muzzle.(with a 250gr bullet)
pow.


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You know Chris, Barnes makes a 180gr XFB for that. You'd probably only blow softball size holes in deer with it.

Guess you never need to worry about being under-gunned.
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yeah...
i've been looking at different loads for it.
i was surprised that is more than a couple of cartridges produced for it.
i've never taken it hunting, as the black tails here in norcal would be
vaporized by the bullet.
it's fun to take it to the range.
the barrel comes up off the sandbags about 6" when you fire it.
even the ass-hats with the ar-15's take notice.

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Sure would be handy if I could get the new hot-rod finished in time.

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nice.
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Ahh, childhood memories - Prairie dogs/whistle pigs....we called'm PotGuts and they were a great source for weekend beer $. A local rancher paid us 25 cents for each tail we turned in while hunting on his property. He raised cattle and the holes they dug often caused sprained ankles and broken bones so he was happy to pay us. A good day yielded 10$ or so but if your game wasn't on you could eat up half of that on ammo. My weapon of choice was no Zombie Killer - Remington 572 Fieldmaster and a big box of .22 LR's. Nothing compared to the arms you guys are sport'n but it got the job done.



I had a .243 with a 3-9 power scope which has incredible range but the ammo cost kept it in the case until deer season.


We don't have them out here, only groundhogs and they're pretty slick little bastards. No volume shooting either, if you get two of three in an afternoon, you've done well.

My buddy growing up had a 572, being left-handed, it was way easier for me to shoot then the R-H bolts everyone else had. Great memories

You still have yours ??
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yeah...
i've been looking at different loads for it.
i was surprised that is more than a couple of cartridges produced for it.
i've never taken it hunting, as the black tails here in norcal would be
vaporized by the bullet.
it's fun to take it to the range.
the barrel comes up off the sandbags about 6" when you fire it.
even the ass-hats with the ar-15's take notice.

Vaporized....that's probably pretty accutate even with a 180.

My son tagged a smallish doe (white tail) with my 338 Ultra using a 175 gr Barnes X a few years back, it torn a pretty darn dig hole in it. I think I have a picture of it around here somewhere....kind of graphic though.
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This thread is so sexy.

I've been meaning to pull the trigger and pick up an Armalite AR-30

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