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Discussion in 'Varmint Hunting' started by True Rifleman .270Win, Dec 21, 2010.
lol, He needs to just change his name to Craftsman...Cause he is a big Tool.
I guess i should have checked that out before i joined in on this conversation. But i would think that a guy who would criticize grammatical errors would at least have enough general knowledge on them to not make the same mistakes. You see you spelled "its" in your quote with out the apostrophe. That is this mark ' ,in case you did not know. So by definition the term "its" in which you are referring to is an adjective which means belonging to. Your quote speaks of nothing belonging to anybody. I beleive you were meaning to spell "it's". Which is an adjective that means the same as the term "it is", which would make perfect sense in your comment. Just thought i would let you know this since you were a nice enough guy to let me know i had spelled something wrong, and for preventing me from looking like a fool in front of everyone on this forum. That would have been awful! That way when you feel the need to grammatically correct anyone else on this forum, you might actually know how to spell yourself.
OHHH take that!!!
Thanks. now my head hurts.
OK, spelling class is over today.
Please folks do not derail this train wreck of a thread. Classics as this do not come by often.
Everybody be patient and wait for the pixs. I found one already, looks like a slow day.
Get back up there!
I don't know how I've missed this, just read it for the first time. I think Tommy boy said it best.
THAT WAS ........AWESOME!!!!!
I am now extremely depressed. I didnt think that anyone could ever top the stories of me slaying chipmunks from the fieldstone stone piles in the wood edge off of my fathers pasture fields as a kid. I should have realized that the once popular but now outdated Daisy 880 Model Pellet Rifle that I carried as a kid would evolve into this STORM XT and you can now shoot the eyes out of a coyote at 115 yards with a Pellet Gun..
Todays youth get the best of everything, and we just need to face up to the facts that our youth hunting stories can just no longer compete. True Rifleman has all of the latest technology at his fingertips to without a doubt complete such a massacre. I for one will bow down to you Rifleman. As soon as I get home, I will dig under my bed, and throw out the shoebox full of chipmunk tails that I have been saving as reminder to myself of my once heroic killing spree of farmraised rabid chipmunks... I have clearly been outdone.... Now I need to go take my Zoloft, and spend some time alone...
Ya Steve A red Ryder lever action with a compass in the stock may put your eye out but no 100 yard Yotes
My 30-30 is a 1975,my 20 gauge is a 1978,and my 12gauge is a 1980
How old is your 270 and bb gun? Find anymore dens yet?
Reading all the post took awhile. Well worth the time for a good laugh.
Rifleman -- Please post the dates and times you will be in Cabin Creek from here on out...I will stay away when you are there.
I'm glad Limb Liner told me about this thread....after reading all the posts I can honestly say I have lifer a full life. I'm actually taking notes for my next hunt.
I'm a newb here, but dang! I have heard some good ones, but taking out a 'yote with a 1500fps BB gun takes the cake! I guess I will retire my AR and just go pick me up a new Red Ryder at Wally World and take it to the woods!!!
Ammo is cheaper, but this kid is special. He is like Chuck Norris, king leonitis, and the most interesting man in the world all rolled into one.