Western kansas

Discussion in 'Member Introductions' started by pdawg.shooter, Feb 15, 2011.

  1. pdawg.shooter

    pdawg.shooter Member

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    Hi all. Do most my L.R. shooting at prairie dogs out here. Lots of targets, lots of fun.
     
  2. ss7mm

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    Welcome to LongRangeHunting. Wish we had some of those little critters closer around here. :)
     

  3. pdawg.shooter

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    I am lucky, I have 2 nice towns within 5 miles of home! Gets sorta expensive during the spring when the pups first come up!
     
  4. ss7mm

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    Well.....I'm envious. Shoot a couple for me. :)
     
  5. pdawg.shooter

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    Sure nuff, another 45 days and the pups will be up. Got my reloading caught up and rairing to go.
     
  6. SAPPER26

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    Do you need some help? I wouldn't mind driving a few hours. I'm in central Kansas.
     
  7. pdawg.shooter

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    Sounds good. I haven't been dog shooting in years. I'll keep in touch!
     
  9. notajeep

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    I made it out west last spring, I was disappointed because of the number of cattle on the public hunting area. Maybe better luck this year.
     
  10. 87predator

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    Shooting I'd limited here. All the pdogs have either gotten the plague our been poisoned.
     
  11. notajeep

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    With the dry year I wouldn't expect to see much. I'm thinking Texas or Wyoming next year. I hope to pick up a range finder this winter.