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Ted Nugent on deer hunting

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by cbbr, Jul 13, 2006.

  1. cbbr

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    He was being interviewed by a British journalist. The journalist
    asked,"What do you think the last thought is in the head of a deer
    before you shoot it? Is it, `Are you my friend?` or is it `Are you the
    one who killed my brother?'"

    Nugent replied, "They aren't capable of that kind of thinking. All
    they care about is, 'What am I going to eat next, who am I going to
    screw next, and can I run fast enough to get away. They are very much
    like the French in that way."[​IMG]
     
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    :haha: :haha: :haha: :haha:


    I love that guy.:bow:
     
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    For some reason, I think Dave (Storm Trooper) is a fan as well :D
     
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    Good article. Didn't know Glock made a revolver?:D
     
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    Cool. Thanks.
     
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    I agree with a lot of things, and disagree with others, but I like the guy.
     
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    I can't believe he's 57 years old !!!! I still think of him as in his 20s
     
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    You guys do watch his show on OLN, right? Ted or Alive.
     
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    He actually has a couple shows on OLN right now, Wanted-Ted or alive and Spirit of the Wild. I think they may even still show Surviving Nugent.
     
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    spirit of the wild f'n rules.. I guess I'm partial to nuge and spirit the because I am one of the few bow hunters left in this country.... any idiot with a gun can kill a deer, with a bow it takes skill
     
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    I love his slam on the French :haha: . I think it would be great to go on a hunting trip with him . I bet he has alot of fkn funny stories to tell . He truely lives free :bow: .
     
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    You know, I like all kinds of hunting, especially when you get to eat the results. But, I do get a kick out of the responses I get from friends when I tell them that I routinely head out to the desert to hunt jackrabbits and coyotes. "Ooh, jackrabbits, big game hunter aren't you?" is the typical response. So, I always invite them to come along. After a day of hunting jacks with a Mini-14 on foot with open sites, they come to realize that hitting something the size of a cat running zig zags at 40-60 mph 100 plus yards out isn't the same is hitting something the size of a cow standing still with a scoped rifle. Seeing them get skunked after a full day while me and my regular wheeling buddy are racking up the kills is always fun.
     
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    true but having any animal standing 15-20 yards in front of you, and you have to be be sneaky not to spook it. You can't just jump up and fire off 3 or 4 rounds with a shotgun/rifle
     
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    I did a little bowhunting til I moved to the big city and didn't have a place to practice. Now I load my own rounds for whatever it is I'm shooting at the time and hunt with that. I've got 2 different fronstuffers that are a blast to shoot that I've killed deer with. I picked up a nice used 44Mag SBH Bisley this year that I've loaded some elephant killin rounds for which is what I plan on hunting with this year. With my eyes, effective range is about 50 yds. However, still not as close as you have to be to put an arrow through ones gizzard.
     
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    I admit gun hunting is a blast. I got two bucks in 15 min last year with my winchester 12 gauge. A 4 point and a 7 point( the other side of the rack wasn't fully grown in yet so I don't count it ).
     
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    I like hunting so much that if I can't get out of town I'll take the Red Ryder and plug bugs in the back yard. What I HATE, is people that can't hit what they're shooting at.
     
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    You'll shoot your eye out...
     

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