Very true! If I hunt with my Dad he'll take care of it and he'll get the Lion's share as it's his place and I can't take but a little home with me.Cephus said:Your right it is and that's why I say it's no big deal ether you'll get over it or not.Hell you killem I'll cleanem they all eat the same. Why do think them mountain men would get a squwa they didn't like to butcher ether.As long as you can shoot them someboddy will clean and butcher so they can eat it.
That's all? I downed one last year at 275 with my SKS and open sights. Another at 375 with my 300 Win Mag and a head shot no less. Man, you been shootin' to many computers Dude!!!:lol:SangRun Hunter said:Everytime I can make it's rifle season and we go out and never see one unless 150 yards away behind thick trees.
Where my Dad lives it's very densely wooded and a 100 yard shot is rare. The terrain is steep too and the lay of the land is very funky.Preacher said:That's all? I downed one last year at 275 with my SKS and open sights. Another at 375 with my 300 Win Mag and a head shot no less. Man, you been shootin' to many computers Dude!!!:lol:
Yeah Aviator, I would definately not be jealous of this job. But there are folks that say they would never get on a roof for anything. I'm glad for the dedicated professionals that do this day in and day out.aviator said:I've seen people go into shock and pass out during stuff like that...definetly not cut out to be a doctor.. Not something I enjoy either, but you gotta do what you gotta do.