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Unread 09-07-2006, 10:51 AM
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Re: close range hunting,way too close

I don't know about you guys, but if GG blew my ba11s off like that 'yote, I'd be chewing on my leg too !!! [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/shocked.gif[/img]
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    Hey B,

    Are you gonna patented this new form of castration????? I think I would have chewed on my foot too!!!!!! Boy that gets me ready to go yote hunting.

    good shooting and nice pics

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    Closerangehunting.com by Uncleb, I join sound like a pucker
    situation story by both yote and Uncleb. lol IP
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    Re: close range hunting,way too close

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    Funny, I guess all coyote do this, I mean chewing on their wounded leg before they died. I once shot a coyote with my 300 Win mag and only manage to mangle one of his leg and he did the same thing like your yote did (chewing off his wounded leg). [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/shocked.gif[/img]

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    Red foxes chew there wounded legs like this too, I shot a running fox through the front leg last year.Had a job finnishing him off while he was doing a "fish on a line" impresion, chewing his front paw!!!
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    Re: close range hunting,way too close

    My cell has a really nice on switch which only works if my car breaks down and I need the AAA emergency road service number. Are you the slave of the machine or have you dominated it so that it is your servant. Out of range, bah. I am always out of range.

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    Great story. The fire in that sea of grass could of put you out of range -permanently.

    Appears fire danger this summer is going to be a real concern. We've had one small fire in CO unit 62 that burned for 3 days a couple of weeks ago.


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