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Oooh. If he gets the South Dakota governor as number five, as he said he wants to do, that'll change fast.
She would laugh at him and walk away.
 

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She would laugh at him and walk away.
He just needs a better pick up line. "You got a real purty mouth" tends to put women off a bit.
 

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He just needs a better pick up line. "You got a real purty mouth" tends to put women off a bit.
I find the really fine ones like this line.

"Have you tried the new Skoal flavor?"
 

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She shot the buck with a .223 cartridge? That rifle she shot in the video recoiled too much for a .223 Remington. They should have picked a more powerful cartridge for the video.
 

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She shot the buck with a .223 cartridge? That rifle she shot in the video recoiled too much for a .223 Remington. They should have picked a more powerful cartridge for the video.
Her ex got the last laugh. It was a hand load that got over charged.
 

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This would be pretty treacherous. What she did was also worthy of a visit from the game warden.
Back in the 1980's, we had a guy in my town in Western mAss that put a salt lick in his back yard. On the opening day of shotgun season he opened up his sliding glass door and shot his buck from the comfort of his living room.
 
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Back in the 1980's, we had a guy in my town in Western mAss that put a salt lick in his back yard. On the opening day of shotgun season he opened up his sliding glass door and shot his buck from the comfort of his living room.
The way some states' laws are, that's probably legal out there. I don't know. One thing I do know, though, is that I can't think of any state where they let you shoot from a vehicle.

Personally, I'm pretty jealous of the seemingly more generous environment they seem to have in other states.
 

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The way some states' laws are, that's probably legal out there.
It was at the time, but it's definitely not anymore. After all, we are talking about mAssachusetts.
 

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Back in the 1980's, we had a guy in my town in Western mAss that put a salt lick in his back yard. On the opening day of shotgun season he opened up his sliding glass door and shot his buck from the comfort of his living room.
Got a buddy that shot his deer from his bathroom window. His garden was out there. And his mulch pile aka a pile of apples
 

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Used to hunt with a disabled vet - years back. He had a permit to shoot from the truck. Took me along to gut and load what he shot. Had a TC Contender with maybe a dozen barrels - groundhogs, squirrels, deer... he just changed barrels.
 

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The way some states' laws are, that's probably legal out there. I don't know. One thing I do know, though, is that I can't think of any state where they let you shoot from a vehicle.

Personally, I'm pretty jealous of the seemingly more generous environment they seem to have in other states.
Used to hunt with a disabled vet - years back. He had a permit to shoot from the truck. Took me along to gut and load what he shot. Had a TC Contender with maybe a dozen barrels - groundhogs, squirrels, deer... he just changed barrels.
YEP, Disabled Hunting Permit...
Indiana has that too. Disabled used to be the only permitted crossbows too,
but they opened that up to everyone. So it was legal to shoot Deer from a
car or truck, with a crossbow if you had the handicapped hunting permit. I
think gun is OK from your vehicle now, with that license. But wear "EARS" ;)
 

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YEP, Disabled Hunting Permit...
Indiana has that too. Disabled used to be the only permitted crossbows too,
but they opened that up to everyone. So it was legal to shoot Deer from a
car or truck, with a crossbow if you had the handicapped hunting permit. I
think gun is OK from your vehicle now, with that license. But wear "EARS" ;)
Do you have a permit
 
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