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I wish I could do that right now. A few moved in next door, the dog hates them and goes nuts. What a pain. The next door house went to foreclosure so I'm trying to get permission to trap them out.
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I've got lots more but even though we all know that there's bound to be some blood involved in hunting, I'm not sure how much this site will tolerate.
Charlie
 
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Yep,,, second biggest I've ever taken.
Stretched 42" but he was skinny. Only weighed 29#
Had a pretty nice belly.
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The other one (on the tailgate with the S&W revolver) was actually my biggest.
Stretched 43" and weighed 38#. Treed by that little 37# Cur Dog. :D
Here's a pic of it on the way to the fur buyer, along with a nice female that had a spectacular belly.
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I'm blessed to live in a Cat rich area and have acces to land that nobody else runs Dogs.
I'd rather hunt Cats than eat but unfortunatly I'm getting a little old for it. We still catch one or two every winter though.
Not bad for a 62yo foot hunter Eah?
Charlie
I so love these shots
 

MyDogsHunt

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MyDogsHunt,

Which Ruger is that?

Thanks!

Sorry for the late reply Sulfer.
Haven't been around for a while.

It's actually Rugers cheapest Single Six. (Catalog # NR-5FL)
Came with the plastic grips but a good friend suprised me with a set of laminated wood grips he had laying around.
I like the smooth old school looks of the reciever sight, and since I don't have to shoot very far, it's plenty accurate for my needs.

Just took a pic of it with my humble collection of single blade folders for another thread the other day but I'll add it here too since it's on topic.
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Charlie
 

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Hey, Charlie.

Thanks very much for that picture. Might be a "vanilla" model... but it's still a stunner. She must an accurate one too. I'm really liking the whole SA idea - the Single-Six and the convertible Bhawk (9mm/.38/.357) are some awesome looking guns.

Thanks again!
 

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Yea,,, Ruger builds a great revolver at a very good price.
If the Single Six/Blackhawk aren't the defination of "tried and true" I don't know what is.
I love my old (1947) S&W K22, but in todays market, I think I'd lean toward Ruger if I was in the market for a new revolver. S&W's custom shop's another story, but for us mere mortals, Ruger's probably a better choice IMO.
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Got my baby back from HCP gunsmithing down in TX...did a great job getting her back to me, now I need to take her out and let the lead fly.
 

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Just picked up the XDS this week in 45 ACP and it's a lil beast!!! I love my XDM but the "S" is gonna be seeing some serious carry time.

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Here is some stuff you guys might like. some of it was sent in by customers. we requested some pics, and got a lot of response. thanks for looking.
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Question for "blt-2-drg"

What are the containers? Thanks

Sorry for the double post. Didn't work the way I thought it would.


Got an answer from "blt-2-drg".

"Those are actually Gerber Axle flashlights. They are perfect for hooking on to your hat while working at night or on your backpack strap while hiking in the dark."

Thanks
 
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