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Unread 05-18-2013, 07:32 PM
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P-Pups

Went out this morning and shot p-dogs. Seen some pups out. Not a lot but they are starting to run around. Shot three dogs at 600 yds on the same mound. It took six rounds to do it with my boy sporting for me. Had a 4 mile an hour breeze left to right. Good morning..
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    Unread 05-19-2013, 08:05 PM
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    Re: P-Pups

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    Originally Posted by wyowinchester View Post
    It took six rounds to do it with my boy sporting for me.
    I've got two little guys I am excited to introduce to hunting. Reading your post made me even more excited - I can use them to do some "shooting chores" too!

    Fantastic, and sounds like a great time.
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    Unread 05-19-2013, 08:30 PM
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    Strat now. I had two little guys, and they turned out to be two big guys. I've started with grand kids now. They love it too. Course, Grandpa's can't do wrong, for awhile.
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    Re: P-Pups

    My 4 year old loves to shoot the 22, and I'll take him in the deer blind a few times a season. He's not quite dependable enough to put lead on game

    He did ask me if we could plant some apple trees. Said sure. He said all the animals can come and eat the apples . . .

    My mind is flashing through pre-school Bambi crap, etc until he followed up with "and then we can kill them".

    He deadpanned it. I'm guessing a few future generations of deer have already had their destinies pre-arranged!

    Enjoy your grand kids. So true that Grampa can do no wrong.
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