I did Saturday, the first time in my 40 years of squirrel hunting. I had always heard the ol' guys talk about it but thought they might have been nipping out of the old quart jar. For you pilgrams out there "barking" is where you make a clean miss on a squirrel yet it falls to the ground, deader than a door nail and not a mark on it. I decided to take ol' patches (my first attempt at building a kit rifle) out Saturday morning after running ball most of the day Friday to see if she still had the 'stuff'. I had two clean kills, then one flattened down on a branch. I took a careful bead, squeezed the trigger and after the smoke cleared I saw that the branch was bulged up where the squirrel had been. I figured a clean miss but went down to check anyway and sure enough a big red laid on the forest floor. I touched the squirrel with the muzzle of 'patches' just in case the red was playing possum but it did not move. I examined the squirrel pretty close and could not find a mark on it. I fixed them up Saturday night for supper.