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Old 01-31-2007, 11:30 AM   #81
 
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Why not, where feasible have an all inclusive "primitive" hunting season? No inlines and no compound bows, only what I'd call "nekkid bows"(no sightpins or other new fangled devices) with the most modern bow types being recurve ones. No polymere stocks or bow limbs. And if it'a a cross bow it better look like something from the middle ages instead of Star Wars.
These idiots will still find a way to cheat just like they do now.

They refuse to try to learn real hunting and shooting skills and they are not going to start just because it is a primitive only season.

Before inlines were invented these people hunted in the muzzleloading season with their centerfire rifles and they took a traditional muzzleloader they have never fired in their lives with them to check in the deer.

I seen several of them buy muzzleloaders that would not even function to "hunt with"

They would buy an arrow to stick in the gun shot wound in archery season.
 
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Old 02-01-2007, 09:57 PM   #82
 
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Just today I was eyein' a TC Renegade at my fav shop that had been fitted with a .50cal Green Mt?(IIRC) barrel, barrel condition new.

Asking price I think was $150, to high? or a good deal? What say ye?
was it plastic or wood stocked?[I can't remember the last time I've 'refreshed' my memories on b.p. rifles]
 
Old 02-01-2007, 10:16 PM   #83
 
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These idiots will still find a way to cheat just like they do now.

They refuse to try to learn real hunting and shooting skills and they are not going to start just because it is a primitive only season.

Before inlines were invented these people hunted in the muzzleloading season with their centerfire rifles and they took a traditional muzzleloader they have never fired in their lives with them to check in the deer.

I seen several of them buy muzzleloaders that would not even function to "hunt with"

They would buy an arrow to stick in the gun shot wound in archery season.


HEY,CORN-PONEX2!,,,when the marbles in your head finally quit spinin' around and roll-out yer' ass, do you rinse them off before RECYCLING?


 
 
Old 02-02-2007, 02:25 AM   #84
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Ed, the $150 is probably okay. I've heard that Green Mountain makes good barrels.

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Old 02-02-2007, 01:32 PM   #85
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Asking price I think was $150, to high? or a good deal? What say ye?
If it is a new Green Mountain barrel, the barrel alone is worth around 80 to 100 bucks. I can't remember exactly what they are selling for but it's in that range.

Green Mountain makes good barrels.
 
Old 02-04-2007, 01:27 PM   #86
 
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HEY,CORN-PONEX2!,,,when the marbles in your head finally quit spinin' around and roll-out yer' ass, do you rinse them off before RECYCLING?

Have you always been an idiot or is this a recent event?

In Ky a few years ago when you killed a deer you were required to "check it in"

Country stores and gun shops did this service for the State. You taged your deer and brought it to the check in station and they weighed the deer and made a report on when and where it was killed.

Slob hunters that were too lazy or ignorant to use a muzzleloader hunted in the muzzleloading season with their centerfire rifle but when they went to check the deer in they brough along a muzzleloader just in case the game warden showed up at the check point.


Some of these same morons now use an inline.
 
Old 02-05-2007, 11:20 PM   #87
 
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Have you always been an idiot or is this a recent event?

In Ky a few years ago when you killed a deer you were required to "check it in"

Country stores and gun shops did this service for the State. You taged your deer and brought it to the check in station and they weighed the deer and made a report on when and where it was killed.

Slob hunters that were too lazy or ignorant to use a muzzleloader hunted in the muzzleloading season with their centerfire rifle but when they went to check the deer in they brough along a muzzleloader just in case the game warden showed up at the check point.


Some of these same morons now use an inline.
only when I READ 'corn-pone#2' postings!
and then "corn-pone#1' must-rush to the KEYBOARD OF salvation[i.e. rescue 'MY' boy] I'LL 'LET' YOU ****-kickin' kentuckians in on a not so little SECRECT!!!,,,I KIN' HARDLY WAIT fer' CORN-PONE #3!!![considering
c-p#1, came out over-cooked , and c-p#2 came out half-baked{THE BREAD-PUDDIN' IS EXTRA RUNNY TONITE,,,CLARK!},,,,HELL, HE OAUGHT TO BE 'JUST ABOUT RIGHT'!


[I'M sorry 'iffin' you git' 'FUZZED-UP'!,,,as your too ****in' funny! and I'VE FOUGHT AND ****ED MY SHARE OF KENTUCKY 'wildcats' ] men I'VE fought/women I'VE ****ed]
 
Old 02-10-2007, 09:18 AM   #88
 
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Gunkid must still be with us.
 
Old 09-20-2007, 02:38 AM   #89
 
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traditional or in-line

Ashame the thread got "jacked".
Love both but now shoot in-line. Shot traditional for 8 years in the Florida swamp. Went to in-line for simplicity and ease of maintenance on the rifle, (I still want a stainless version).

Not much difference in accuracy as far as I'm concerned, as the replica of my 50 cal Hawken traditional style has about the same rifling in the barrel as my 50 cal Kinght inline does. As I got older and the eyes faded I am glad to have the in-line scoped rifle. I also love my replica of the 1858 "new army" 45 powder gun for the hawgs down here that can "outrun" a rifle at close distance in palmettos.

Basketcase
 
Old 11-29-2007, 09:38 AM   #90
 
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flintlock ferever !

traditional my dad used to dress up like Daniel Boone when I was a kid now the fever has me .my favorite two front stuffers are my .69 cal trade gun and my .58 zouave both have killed more deer than I can remember only a few days left before Michigan black powder season
 
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