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Old 11-10-2020, 03:43 PM   #1
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most fun i ever had with a pistol

was squirrel hunting with the silenced M21 in CO. I did get one in Washington Park, in Spld ILL, with a silenced Ruger .22lr autopistol, but that gun was twice the size and weight of the little Beretta. The early canned Rugers that I made were 2"+ longer than a govt model 1911, but I still managed to CCW draw one out from behind my hip, from under a fastened Army Field jacket and brain a dog that attacked me at night, walking from my place on Walnut and Cook to pam's place on 6th. Those people came out the next morning to find their dog dead with a .22 hole in the top of his head. Stop chaining vicious animals where they can threaten people on the sidewalk and you wont get your dog shot. That thing fell so instantly dead that I heard his chin hit the sidewalk.

Even a low velocity .22 to the brain is an instant lights out sort of thing with small game. I had a Winchester 52 match rifle for a few months, Kenyon set trigger, Tenex match ammo, K6 Weaver scope. I hit a rabbit in the nostril with it at 50 ft, and he instantly. went on his back, stiff as a board, all 4 ft stiff and skyward. I hit a cat between the eyes with it, sitting spinx-like in front of a mouse hole. I thought I'd missed, cause he never twitched. The M52 is a single shot. I was in the car, with Kevin Ryan driving. I reloaded as swiftly as possible and when I again had him in the scope, his chin was on his paws. Never twitched. I hit a cat thru both ears with it, 50 ft again, using CCI CB Caps, and it never twitched. Wasnt a mark on this top side, but when I turned him over, his brain was mostly on the grass under him. Stiffened him like a board,
 
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Old 11-10-2020, 05:07 PM   #2
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Back to killing pets again. Get a life.
 
Old 11-10-2020, 06:45 PM   #3
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Back to killing pets again. Get a life.
I just can't imagine how cowardly and insecure someone has to be to shoot a chained animal.

Melvin would probably **** his pants if he was in the same situation as I back before I went into the Army
I'd walk a roughly 6mile and other days 8mile loop of interconnecting mostly rural roads where I live.
The 6 mile loop I did none stop.
On the North side of the loop was a hill with a house on top that had a good sized Doberman Pincher out in the yard.
Unchained mind you.
So every day when I walked he'd come out barking and snarling, doing his job.
However sometimes the Doberman would come out on the road barking and following behind me.
Well one day I got tired of that ****. And took the walking stick I carried mainly for snakes and whipped it right above his head and roared at him like a boar grizzly as I spun around to face him.
He spun around also and ran back to the front porch.
After that he'd still bark but from the safety of his yard.
All done without the need for lethal force. Not saying I couldn't use it right then if needed though.
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Old 11-10-2020, 07:50 PM   #4
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He really like telling stories about killing pet's, especially Dog's. He tells the stories over and over again. Something very wrong about that, but Melvin's whole life has been screwed up so nothing new here.
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Old 11-10-2020, 08:44 PM   #5
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really, really sad.
 
Old 11-11-2020, 01:26 PM   #6
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bragging about this isn't going to get the reaction Boati wants, or maybe it does.

Boati has some serious issues. He isn't quite right in the head.
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Old 11-25-2020, 01:40 PM   #7
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I just can't imagine how cowardly and insecure someone has to be to shoot a chained animal.

Melvin would probably **** his pants if he was in the same situation as I back before I went into the Army
I'd walk a roughly 6mile and other days 8mile loop of interconnecting mostly rural roads where I live.
The 6 mile loop I did none stop.
On the North side of the loop was a hill with a house on top that had a good sized Doberman Pincher out in the yard.
Unchained mind you.
So every day when I walked he'd come out barking and snarling, doing his job.
However sometimes the Doberman would come out on the road barking and following behind me.
Well one day I got tired of that ****. And took the walking stick I carried mainly for snakes and whipped it right above his head and roared at him like a boar grizzly as I spun around to face him.
He spun around also and ran back to the front porch.
After that he'd still bark but from the safety of his yard.
All done without the need for lethal force. Not saying I couldn't use it right then if needed though.
big ****ing deal. I didn't KNOW the dog was chained when I shot it, you ****ing morons.
 
Old 11-25-2020, 01:40 PM   #8
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I just can't imagine how cowardly and insecure someone has to be to shoot a chained animal.

Melvin would probably **** his pants if he was in the same situation as I back before I went into the Army
I'd walk a roughly 6mile and other days 8mile loop of interconnecting mostly rural roads where I live.
The 6 mile loop I did none stop.
On the North side of the loop was a hill with a house on top that had a good sized Doberman Pincher out in the yard.
Unchained mind you.
So every day when I walked he'd come out barking and snarling, doing his job.
However sometimes the Doberman would come out on the road barking and following behind me.
Well one day I got tired of that ****. And took the walking stick I carried mainly for snakes and whipped it right above his head and roared at him like a boar grizzly as I spun around to face him.
He spun around also and ran back to the front porch.
After that he'd still bark but from the safety of his yard.
All done without the need for lethal force. Not saying I couldn't use it right then if needed though.
big ****ing deal. I didn't KNOW the dog was chained when I shot it, you ****ing morons. it was dark
 
Old 11-25-2020, 01:42 PM   #9
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big ****ing deal. I didn't KNOW the dog was chained when I shot it, you ****ing morons. it was dark
BS, if you could see it to shoot it, you knew it was chained.
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Old 11-25-2020, 01:46 PM   #10
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big ****ing deal. I didn't KNOW the dog was chained when I shot it, you ****ing morons. it was dark
Right out of the mind of s serial liar and a coward.
 
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