Re: Exploding Prairie Dogs.....
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<font color="purple"> WHAT KIND OF ROUNDS DO THAT? </font>
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It's called <font color="brown"> MISSING </font>. I've been doing that for 30 years in Montana. I've posted the same numerous times when people talk about missing and you don't kill the vermin (BS). Shoot low and they fly straight up and the <font color="red"> SOFT Underbelly </font> explodes.
My question, which I have posted 4 times and got one outraged tree hugger response and silence the other times: Does it count getting into the 1000 etc club when I use my 50 BMG and 750 gr A-MAX? I don't have to get very close.
Not to hijack this thread, but now that were on ethics - I'm 1/16 American Indian. I may qualify to shoot whales (they use 50 BMG). If I shoot out of a chopper, 3,000 yards directly above the whale - does that get me into the 3K club? After all killing whales is part of our tradition. The way it used to happen: <ul type="square">[*]Spend 3,000 man/squaw hours burning out/chipping out a canoe[*]Go after Whales with spears[*]Just before the whale dies, jump into the water and sew up his lips so he doesn't sink (so you can tow him back)[*]Try not to get eaten while sewing up his lips. Remember, seals are Orcas favorite meals[/list]How it's done now (very similar) <ul type="square">[*]Hi tech graphite canoes, life vests, etc[*]Power boats to *Heard the whales*[*]Spotter planes to find the Whales[*]GPS, radios to communicate positions, etc[*]50 BMG to Kill the Whale[*]Tow boat to two the trophy back in[*]Hi tech optics[/list]As you can see this vital tradition has hardly changed in the last several hundred years.