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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Corey 78K5, Mar 29, 2005.
It was a bobcat!!! I don't think it will be doing that again
damn bob cats.
Ya didn't fire a few rounds through the roof did ya???
No cause it's been raining, so I had to go outside and deal with the problem.
or did ya just scare it?
No pic's! Trust Me it won't be back
Come on Corey, whadja do to it??
Shoot! I thought this was going to be a Bigfoot post.
I can hear it now,
Officer sent to investigate multiple gunshots: WOW!! What the hell happened here?!?
Corey: Honest Officer, I HAD to give it thirty-six shots to the head to take it down.
Officer: But did you have to use the ten gauge, son??
Corey: It was the only firearm under my pillow at the time.
Officer: Well get a handle on yourself son, the neighbors thought the marines were doing live fire exercises over here, but it's only you pumping the cat.
Corey: Ok, sir. I guess I got a little excited.
Officer: Next time you get the urge to overkill the snot out of something would you please use a damn .22??
Corey (with fingers crossed, holding back a big smile): Most definitely sir!! (internal monologue: laughing his ass off)
36 rounds for a 10 gauge would be long, loud, and painful
Agreed. Do you have one Steve? I have a New England Firearms single shot and it weighs an honest 9 pounds. It still kicks the piss out of whatevers on either end. I bought a box of slugs for it one time and each slug weighs 766 grains!!!!! They were fun as hell to shoot. Couldnt find any critters to unleash the fury on so I just shot them into a dirtbank and dug them out. Even though they are an inch in diameter to start out with they expanded to about 1 1/2" diameter. I would highly recomend a 10 gauge for putting the hurting on geese, turkey, taradacktyles and small foreign trucks.
I had an old Winchester 191X model lever action 2.75" 10 gauge
Even with old paper shells, that thing was horrendous
4 bore = more pain, bigger grin factor.
hell a .270 well work fine last deer season i shot a bobcat that wouldnt leave under my stand and blew its spine through him tearing him in half
Whats all this talk of big ammo and shotguns for? All that You need is a .22 and tap the little bastard right between the running lights
Well, I don't think they stand still at rifle range once they notice you, and if they decide to close distance, I'd rather have something godawful powerful with a large spread
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