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Discussion in 'Deer Hunting' started by CRFmxracer, Nov 5, 2020.
What in the world are you talking about?
Does the city of ft mitchell allow hunting? Does villa hills? How about Edgewood? Lake side park? Park hills? Covington? Newport? Bellevue? Dayton? Florence? Do I need to go on? Why are those laws still in place? Is it because the kdfw said they could....or because your amendment doesn’t say what you think it says?
Yes. Yes it is but don’t let the hypocrisy scare you.
Pretty sure you just did.
Yep. You expressly showed the desire and intent to do exactly what you said and you also implied an experience in doing so. You were stating it as if it were a reoccurring event with the use of “probably” at the mere sighting of a coyote or ground hog. You see one and you pull off and shoot it. Permission be damned. That’s just what you do. State law.
Hook me up to a polygraph cry baby
I’ve only killed one coyote in my life and it was last year during gun season on my property. I’ve killed one ground hog and it was in my uncles backyard with a single shot 22 probably 15 years ago
Re read SS post. Cool they have laws in place but they are unconstitutional and won’t win in court. Clown. Keep drinking the Facebook kool aid.
Man I don’t step foot any property that I don’t have permission and I sure as heck wouldn’t pull of the side of the road and start flinging lead down range. That’s illegal and unethical in my opinion. Not to mention inviting possible tragedy or property destruction.
Does that make sense to you?
Wow you aren’t good at this.
Or.......or....or....you simply have no clue what you are talking about.
It’s like arguing with dems. You think you know everything and it just turns out being a dumpster fire. You’re right, I’m wrong. Have a good one.
That’s what I thought. No argument. Good night you little rascal.