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1.) Swamp Fox - 01/15/2015
It's that time of year again. Post your comments, observations and "cool gun sightings" here.

What should our 13 members and 200 lurkers look for on the display tables in the coming months?
2.) Deerminator - 01/15/2015
Quality ammo at reasonable prices.
3.) Swamp Fox - 01/15/2015
I'm going to a good one this weekend I think. I'll see what I can report.

What brands and loads are people wondering about?
4.) Wild Bob - 01/15/2015
Powder...I WANT POWDER!!
5.) Deerminator - 01/15/2015
I can't find 22lr/mag naturaly or 44 spl
6.) Swamp Fox - 01/15/2015
I will keep an eye out.
7.) bluecat - 01/15/2015
[QUOTE=Swamp Fox;28628]You'll shoot your eye out.[/QUOTE]

fify
8.) Swamp Fox - 01/15/2015
LOL...


If I see any bayonets with lasers, I'll let y'all know...
9.) bluecat - 01/15/2015
Good one.
10.) Swamp Fox - 01/15/2015
Also, I can pick up targets depicting humans or former-human zombies for anyone in Pennsylvania, because you might not have them available to you in the future...LOL



How About Some Turkey Targets For Self-Defense Training?


[I]A Pennsylvania lawmaker is seeking to ban human-shaped silhouette targets from all civilian shooting ranges in the state because he thinks they encourage violence against actual humans.

Democratic state representative Thaddeus Kirkland issued a memorandum last week announcing that he would introduce the legislation, according to local news source LancasterOnline.

Kirkland said that this kind of target makes people want to be violent against others.

...Apparently believing the government has the right to tell people what they are and are not allowed to print out and place on their own property, Kirkland said the ranges would be allowed to use animal targets.

“Instead, silhouette targets could include, but are not limited to the following: white-tailed deer, black bear, wild turkey, and elk.”

“Not limited to,” because, you know, gotta let people have their freedom!...


[/I]


[url]http://www.nationalreview.com/article/396442/pennsylvania-lawmaker-seeks-ban-human-shaped-shooting-targets-katherine-timpf[/url]


P.S.---Don't let PETA know about the animal targets. :shh:
11.) bluecat - 01/15/2015
Always nice to know that if the time ever comes you would need to defend yourself, you have trained on a turkey target. Nice.
12.) Swamp Fox - 01/18/2015
Okay, I just got home. I spent a good 5 hours walking around spreading joy and cheer but spent hardly any money. I was looking for ammo, scope covers, magazines, a short list of handguns, a mid-range red dot scope for a turkey gun, and any cool and/or pretty riffles that caught my eye. Oh, and booth babes.

So here's the report:

First, the booth babes: Slim pickins, but some of them got prettier at closing time. Chicks wandering in the aisles? A little better, but not as good-looking nor as numerous as at the deer shows. You go to the Dixie Deer Classic in Raleigh or the Palmetto Sportsmenís Classic in Columbia and youíll spend most of the day wondering where all these honeys were when you werenít too much of a hunting nut to pay attention to them. Oh, well. There was one redhead from down at the beach who looked like it might be worth waking up in the morning in a bathtub full of ice and missing a kidney. I hope she got her hand stamped for tomorrow, because I sure did, just because you miss 100% of the shots you donít take, and my game is like moonshine: itís better the second day.
Second, letís get this out of the way: Lots of .40 S&W but very little .22 LR. I bought 5 boxes of CCI MiniMag HPís today, for $10/100, and might go back tomorrow for more. One of my favorites-- .257 Roberts-- was non-existent, except for two boxes of Remington Core-Lokt at $40 a box. No thanks. An old geezer happened to overhear me asking for some at a booth that organized their ammo the way a four-year old or an Obama staffer would (out of order, and with caliber and load information facing away from the shopper) and took me all the way across the hall to show me a box of what turned out to be Western 117 gr. Soft Points with Lubaloy bullets and ďsmokeless powder.Ē I shit you not. Three fired cases and two missing. I gave him $5 for it and he wanted to give me change. He said that actually he was just gonna give them to me gratis, but I felt like if I went for that I woulda been cheating. Iím mean, Iím a tight SOB, but I have my limits. I got no history of the shells out of him, except that they came from his dad, and they appear to be factory. If I ever fire one, it might be with a left-handed volunteer using his own rifle from behind a brick wall, using a string. But theyíre kinda cool to have. The box is in fair condition. If I find any history on them, Iíll let yíall know.

More to comeÖ
13.) Swamp Fox - 01/18/2015
Okay, I just got home. I spent a good 5 hours walking around spreading joy and cheer but spent hardly any money. I was looking for ammo, scope covers, magazines, a short list of handguns, a mid-range red dot scope for a turkey gun, and any cool and/or pretty riffles that caught my eye. Oh, and booth babes.

So here's the report:

First, the booth babes: Slim pickins, but some of them got prettier at closing time. Chicks wandering in the aisles? A little better, but not as good-looking nor as numerous as at the deer shows. You go to the Dixie Deer Classic in Raleigh or the Palmetto Sportsmenís Classic in Columbia and youíll spend most of the day wondering where all these honeys were when you werenít too much of a hunting nut to pay attention to them. Oh, well. There was one redhead from down at the beach who looked like it might be worth waking up in the morning in a bathtub full of ice and missing a kidney. I hope she got her hand stamped for tomorrow, because I sure did, just because you miss 100% of the shots you donít take, and my game is like moonshine: itís better the second day.

Second, letís get this out of the way: Lots of .40 S&W but very little .22 LR. I bought 5 boxes of CCI MiniMag HPís today, for $10/100, and might go back tomorrow for more. One of my favorites-- .257 Roberts-- was non-existent, except for two boxes of Remington Core-Lokt at $40 a box. No thanks.

An old geezer happened to overhear me asking for some at a booth that organized their ammo the way a four-year old or an Obama staffer would (out of order, and with caliber and load information facing away from the shopper) and took me all the way across the hall to show me a box of what turned out to be Western 117 gr. Soft Points with Lubaloy bullets and ďsmokeless powder.Ē I shit you not. Three fired cases and two missing. I gave him $5 for it and he wanted to give me change. He said that actually he was just gonna give them to me gratis, but I felt like if I went for that I woulda been cheating. Iím mean, Iím a tight SOB, but I have my limits.

I got no history of the shells out of him, except that they came from his dad, and they appear to be factory. If I ever fire one, it might be with a left-handed volunteer using his own rifle from behind a brick wall, using a string. But theyíre kinda cool to have. The box is in fair condition. If I find any history on them, Iíll let yíall know.

More to comeÖ
14.) Swamp Fox - 01/18/2015
Okay, I just got back from the big city. I spent a good 5 hours walking around the gun show spreading joy and cheer but spent hardly any money. I was looking for ammo, scope covers, magazines, a short list of handguns, a mid-range red dot scope for a turkey gun, and any cool and/or pretty riffles that caught my eye. Oh, and booth babes.

So here's the report:

First, the booth babes: Slim pickins, but some of them got prettier at closing time. Chicks wandering in the aisles? A little better, but not as good-looking nor as numerous as at the deer shows. You go to the Dixie Deer Classic in Raleigh or the Palmetto Sportsmenís Classic in Columbia and youíll spend most of the day wondering where all these honeys were when you werenít too much of a hunting nut to pay attention to them. Oh, well. There was one redhead from down at the beach who looked like it might be worth waking up in the morning in a bathtub full of ice and missing a kidney. I hope she got her hand stamped for tomorrow, because I sure did, just because you miss 100% of the shots you donít take, and my game is like moonshine: itís better the second day.

Second, letís get this out of the way: Lots of .40 S&W but very little .22 LR. I bought 5 boxes of CCI MiniMag HPís today, for $10/100, and might go back tomorrow for more. One of my favorites-- .257 Roberts-- was non-existent, except for two boxes of Remington Core-Lokt at $40 a box. No thanks.

An old geezer happened to overhear me asking for some at a booth that organized their ammo the way a four-year old or an Obama staffer would (out of order, and with caliber and load information facing away from the shopper) and took me all the way across the hall to show me a box of what turned out to be Western 117 gr. Soft Points with Lubaloy bullets and ďsmokeless powder.Ē I shit you not. Three fired cases and two missing. I gave him $5 for it and he wanted to give me change. He said that actually he was just gonna give them to me gratis, but I felt like if I went for that I woulda been cheating. Iím mean, Iím a tight SOB, but I have my limits.

I got no history of the shells out of him, except that they came from his dad, and they appear to be factory. If I ever fire one, it might be with a left-handed volunteer using his own rifle from behind a brick wall, using a string. But theyíre kinda cool to have. The box is in fair condition. If I find any history on them, Iíll let yíall know.

More to comeÖ
15.) Swamp Fox - 01/18/2015
Okay, I just got back from the big city. I spent a good 5 hours walking around the gun show spreading joy and cheer but spent hardly any money. I was looking for ammo, scope covers, magazines, a short list of handguns, a mid-range red dot scope for a turkey gun, and any cool and/or pretty riffles that caught my eye. Oh, and booth babes.

So here's the report:

First, the booth babes: Slim pickins, but some of them got prettier at closing time. Chicks wandering in the aisles? A little better, but not as good-looking nor as numerous as at the deer shows. You go to the Dixie Deer Classic in Raleigh or the Palmetto Sportsmenís Classic in Columbia and youíll spend most of the day wondering where all these honeys were when you werenít too much of a hunting nut to pay attention to them. Oh, well. There was one redhead from down at the beach who looked like it might be worth waking up in the morning in a bathtub full of ice and missing a kidney. I hope she got her hand stamped for tomorrow, because I sure did, just because you miss 100% of the shots you donít take, and my game is like moonshine: itís better the second day.

Second, letís get this out of the way: Lots of .40 S&W but very little .22 LR. I bought 5 boxes of CCI MiniMag HPís today, for $10/100, and might go back tomorrow for more. One of my favorites-- .257 Roberts-- was non-existent, except for two boxes of Remington Core-Lokt at $40 a box. No thanks.

An old geezer happened to overhear me asking for some at a booth that organized their ammo the way a four-year old or an Obama staffer would (out of order, and with caliber and load information facing away from the shopper) and took me all the way across the hall to show me a box of what turned out to be Western 117 gr. Soft Points with Lubaloy bullets and ďsmokeless powder.Ē I shit you not. Three fired cases and two missing. I gave him $5 for it and he wanted to give me change. He said that actually he was just gonna give them to me gratis, but I felt like if I went for that I woulda been cheating. Iím mean, Iím a tight SOB, but I have my limits.

I got no history of the shells out of him, except that they came from his dad, and they appear to be factory. If I ever fire one, it might be with a left-handed volunteer with his own rifle from behind a brick wall, using a string. But theyíre kinda cool to have. The box is in fair condition. If I find any history on them, Iíll let yíall know.

More to comeÖ
16.) Swamp Fox - 01/18/2015
Episode Two:

I’m looking for some scope covers and rifle magazines but had no luck. I was able to handle a few of the handguns on my current short list. I won’t bore people with my own personal interests, but since I don’t think it’s too easy to find a Colt Mustang XPS .380 out there, I’ll comment just on that one in case anyone cares: nice little pistol! Felt good in my mid-sized hand, would make a fine pocket pistol, etc. etc. Between it and the Sig 238, you’ll need to flip a coin, study them hard, or save up for both.

I did see one plain-jane 5.7 AR by Rock River Arms and nearly fell out in the center of the aisle. I was interested in a 5.7 rifle for a long time. I doubt ammo is any easier to get than when I gave up on it (my point of reference is “impossible”),but seeing the rifle itself was like spotting a unicorn and kinda made my day. $1200.

More to come…
17.) crookedeye - 01/18/2015
this isn't one of those things where you spend money is it? matter of fact I won a gold plated 30.30 at one of those things ..I think it was a nra banquet..
18.) Swamp Fox - 01/18/2015
LOL..No, this was a legit gun show, not a banquet. I never win anything at banquets. We have some guys at the National Wild Turkey Federation banquets around here who have bottomless lucky horsehoes up their butts..Golden ones, must be...

LOL
19.) crookedeye - 01/18/2015
i'm going to a white tail one here in a few weeks...prime rib and we do drink.. I always have my eye out for good pictures..
20.) Swamp Fox - 01/18/2015
Episode Three:

Best gun in show: the doomed Colt 1855 revolving carbine...$13,500...Count your fingers after each time you fire.









Crookedeye, remember to keep the rifle pointed in a safe direction when you put caps on your nipples...


[url]http://www.guns.com/2013/03/08/the-colt-revolving-rifle/[/url]
21.) crookedeye - 01/18/2015
I get so hammered
22.) Swamp Fox - 01/18/2015
If you see a picture of a nice buck jumping a bob-wire fence, let me know. I might want you to bid for me.
23.) crookedeye - 01/18/2015
yeah right..i have one of a buck and two does over looking a farm stead that went for 500 bucks..
there was this one where bucks and does were on a farm road next to a cornfield.. early season.. nice..

besides who's bob wire anyhow??
24.) crookedeye - 01/18/2015
I would like one of me kicking bullzi azz during a sunset...
25.) Swamp Fox - 01/18/2015
Okay...hog wire...chicken wire...Whatever...:-)


[url]http://www.megawavs.com/play.aspx?id=988[/url]
26.) Swamp Fox - 01/18/2015
[QUOTE=crookedeye;28666]I would like one of me kicking bullzi azz during a sunset...[/QUOTE]

LOL...Do you prefer snowy/misty mountains in the background, or palm trees?
27.) crookedeye - 01/18/2015
misty mountains..with bullzi in the back ground with a bloody nose..
28.) Swamp Fox - 01/18/2015
Episode Four:

Honorable Mentions:

Going from top to bottom...

Exploding targets from Southern Thunder---Most Overlooked Show Highlight, plus an opportunity to show Elmo who's boss:







[url]http://www.southernthundertargets.com/[/url]


Next,: High Speed Gear "Taco" ammo pouches, including a rifle/pistol combo. Haven't played with them myself, but they caught my eye.

[url]http://www.highspeedgear.com/hsgi/double-decker-taco-11DD00.html[/url]


Last, Minuteman Stove..Rocket stove built from an ammo can...Some info out there but none decent enough to post. Pricey, and could use a few tweaks. Goober it if you're interested.
29.) crookedeye - 01/18/2015
my coyote thread didn't take off like I thought it would..i'd figure since Floyd left there wher no other hunters..
30.) Swamp Fox - 01/18/2015
LOL...I read something about red lights vs. green for coyotes the other day. I would have put it on your thread but I figured you and I were the only ones paying attention and I'd just mail you a letter.

:bang:

Keep an eye on your mailbox, by the way. Not in the next couple of days, but eventually, LOL.
31.) Swamp Fox - 01/18/2015
[QUOTE=crookedeye;28669]misty mountains..with bullzi in the back ground with a bloody nose..[/QUOTE]



I'll keep an eye out...LOL
32.) crookedeye - 01/18/2015
bulliz's big and slow...but his arms are big he could be strong..lol

did you get the decoy?
33.) Swamp Fox - 01/18/2015
Yes, I just picked it up the other day. I'm gonna see if I can blow it up with my bicycle pump later tonight. That must be what the threads are for, right? LOL.


I have to cook supper first, though. I'm starving. :wave:
34.) crookedeye - 01/18/2015
not only is it a decoy..but you can play basketball with it..
35.) Swamp Fox - 01/18/2015
I just blew it up...Worked fine. I need a tire nipple cap and a stake and I'm good to go. :grin:
36.) crookedeye - 01/18/2015
throw it in the shower on hot to straighten the head out..
37.) crookedeye - 01/18/2015
the turkeys will come running to it..
38.) Swamp Fox - 01/18/2015
Right...And I can almost palm it...If I run into any regulation hoops out in the woods, I'll post a video proving I can dunk....
39.) crookedeye - 01/18/2015
her name was mary...if you needed to no..
40.) Swamp Fox - 01/18/2015
LOL....Good to know in case she gets uppity, or I need to find her in the dark...
41.) crookedeye - 01/18/2015
she's has a lot of years on her..set her out and she does the work..set her in the confident position and you'll be fliggin arrows..

it was hard for me to let her go...
42.) Swamp Fox - 01/18/2015
LOL...It's just going to be an honor or a hoot to use some Certified Crookedeye Gear...I don't know which, yet.
43.) crookedeye - 01/18/2015
you guys are going to have to start talking about turkey hunting here pretty soon besides the best home defense weapon..like biden said its a shotgun..

are hang a picture of bullzi arms on the front door..
44.) Deerminator - 01/19/2015
:-):-)
45.) Deerminator - 01/19/2015
Ok,
If I'm read'n this right.
Swampy is getting [I]his hands on[/I] one of Crooledeye's [I]blow up dolls[/I].

EWWWWWWWWW:duh:
46.) Swamp Fox - 01/19/2015
The painting on the head is very realistic, especially around the mouth, and it doesn't look like Crookedeye knocked much of it off banging around the woods with it...Also it arrived clean, but I'm taking his advice and making her take a shower. Then I'll get her in the sack with the others.
47.) crookedeye - 01/19/2015
I think she has a leak on her left thigh area..
48.) crookedeye - 01/19/2015
I think this year i'm going with my dsd jake and breeding hen...I never had luck with the full strutter..
49.) Deerminator - 01/19/2015
If it pops does it take off like a ballon?
50.) Deerminator - 01/19/2015
[QUOTE=Swamp Fox;28749] banging around the woods .[/QUOTE]

:laugh:
51.) bluecat - 01/20/2015
This thread has the Good House Keeping Seal of Approval!
52.) bluecat - 01/20/2015
[QUOTE=Swamp Fox;28657]
An old geezer happened to overhear me asking for some at a booth that organized their ammo the way a four-year old or an Obama staffer would (out of order, and with caliber and load information facing away from the shopper)
[/QUOTE]

That is some funny stuff right there.
53.) bluecat - 01/20/2015
[QUOTE=crookedeye;28751]I think she has a leak on her left thigh area..[/QUOTE]

Sounds like you sold him some your Avian X. The nice thing about those, is you can hunt turkeys in the morning and get in a 3 on 3 game of basketball that afternoon.
54.) Swamp Fox - 01/20/2015
Yup, Avian X...I have some of the newer ones so I wasn't expecting this one to be so....let's just say "solid" LOL. The blow-up ones I have are very light.

I'm a little worried about this possible leak in Mary's thigh area. I'll have to see if there really is one, and then I won't be able to get my mind off how Crookedeye put it there. Stuff like that in your head could ruin a nice morning in the blind.
55.) Swamp Fox - 01/20/2015
I couldn't believe it. They had a huge long table with tons of ammo and you couldn't find a freakin thing. The girl that was running it looked like she could cut back on the donuts a little and get more rest at night. She was half-asleep at noon.

Did you see where Obama gave a speech or made a point about his dream to improve computer/internet technology the other day? I just had to laugh, and then I said what I usually say under my breath.
56.) bluecat - 01/20/2015
If the government had started regulating the internet back in the early 90's we would still be on dial-up.


Those Avians are nice decoys. They are a little big in the caboose, but some jakes are into that kinda thing. Remember the Seinfeld episode about 'ASSMAN'. LOL!
57.) bluecat - 01/20/2015
I'd be more concerned about other things CE might have done with that decoy. A pellet in the thigh is nothing.
58.) Swamp Fox - 01/20/2015
[QUOTE=bluecat;28797]I'd be more concerned about other things CE might have done with that decoy. A pellet in the thigh is nothing.[/QUOTE]


I never even thought about a pellet :shocked:...My mind went right to the worst-case scenario.

Is that wrong?


LOL
59.) bluecat - 01/20/2015
[QUOTE=Swamp Fox;28749]The painting on the head is very realistic, especially around the mouth, and it doesn't look like Crookedeye knocked much of it off banging around the woods with it...Also it arrived clean, but I'm taking his advice and making her take a shower. Then I'll get her in the sack with the others.[/QUOTE]

:laugh:
60.) Swamp Fox - 01/20/2015
SHOT show opens today, minus Jay Leno, who got run off by the anti-gunners.

Here's the official Day 1 report:


[url]http://issuu.com/shotbusiness/docs/shot_da1_4-nssf[/url]
61.) Swamp Fox - 01/21/2015
Good interview with maybe ten women TV hunters in yesterday's e-zine ^^^^^^ and the pictures weren't hard to look at, either.

Here's Day 2 of the SHOT Daily. Looks like some optics and ammo info, among other things. I won't have a chance to read it til tonight, but feel free to discuss among yourselves...


[url]http://issuu.com/shotbusiness/docs/shotdaily_2_2013?e=2260372/1148779[/url]
62.) bluecat - 01/22/2015
I got a Cabelas flyer in the mail yesterday. They list a Colt Mustang. Weren't you looking at that?
63.) bluecat - 01/22/2015
[QUOTE=bluecat;28795]If the government had started regulating the internet back in the early 90's we would still be on dial-up.


Those Avians are nice decoys. They are a little big in the caboose, but some jakes are into that kinda thing. Remember the Seinfeld episode about 'ASSMAN'. LOL![/QUOTE]

:wink:wink
64.) Swamp Fox - 01/22/2015
[QUOTE=bluecat;28883]I got a Cabelas flyer in the mail yesterday. They list a Colt Mustang. Weren't you looking at that?[/QUOTE]


Yes, I handled an XSP at the gun show. I didn't get to examine it under a microscope but it felt good in my hand. I'm not sure the safety is as well done as it could have been, but it was zip-tied in exactly the wrong manner for me to play with it and I didn't feel like asking for it to be unshackled. I was looking at it more out of curiosity than anything else. It was a first edition and engraved as such, not that I care, I think most advertisements of that sort on a firearm are usually tacky and detract from the piece. Cosmetically, though, and with the "First Edition" engraving aside, it was a VERY good looking pistol. I think the standard- run models are the definition of plain-jane. Otherwise, fit and finish looked good.

As I walked away, I realized I had already forgotten my impression of the sights, which tells me they were nothing special, neither awful nor well-done. Then again, they could be super-duper on the first edition and it was just too late in the day for me to care, lol. I don't see anything special about the sights on regular-run models in the literature.

If I see another Mustang, I'd like to look at it more closely, but my gut tells me the Sig P238 is the better pistol in a head-to-head. The Sig was supposed to be a direct alternative to the Mustang, I believe conceived and gaining its toehold during the period when the Mustang was either lagging in production or temporarily discontinued.
65.) Swamp Fox - 01/22/2015
[QUOTE=Swamp Fox;22030]LOL...

[B]If anyone can find me an embeddable video of this, I'll send them some authentic NC BBQ or something out of a grab bag, their choice[/B], because I've been dying to use it somewhere in my internet travels:

On one [I]Law and Order SVU[/I] episode, Stabler is canvassing a newsstand owner about a potential witness who might have used a nearby pay phone. He's trying to get a description. The guy says the woman "had a great ass," and he noticed she was wearing thong panties under her black pants. Stabler says, "Did you get a look at her face?", and the guy says no.

Stabler says, "You mean you noticed her thong but you can't tell me what she looked like?" and the guy sticks his big ol' stogie in the corner of his fat mouth (think what a cartoon bullfrog would look like at 70) and says, "Hey, what can I tell ya? I'm an [U]ass[/U] man!...I don't apologize for it!"


Funniest line in however many decades that show's been on...I'd bust a nut to be able to use it, so help a brother out...:-)[/QUOTE]



^^^^^^


This is from one of our notable threads of all time, Luv2's [I]Going to Buy a Bow Tomorrow [/I] thread.


[url]http://forums.huntingcountry.com/forums/showthread.php?1204-Going-to-buy-a-bow-tomorrow&highlight=bullfrog[/url]


Also deserving at least Honorable Mention: The Anthony Weiner thread....:grin:
66.) bluecat - 01/22/2015
Ah, those were the days, when there were 5 people on the forum as opposed to two.
67.) Swamp Fox - 01/22/2015
It's a really noticeable decline, LOL.

Maybe if we offered rewards points for posting...Triple Points for starting a thread.

You could redeem your points for prizes at the end of every month...



68.) Deerminator - 01/22/2015
:nta:
69.) Swamp Fox - 01/25/2015
[QUOTE=Swamp Fox;28677]I just blew it up...Worked fine. I need a tire nipple cap and a stake and I'm good to go. :grin:[/QUOTE]

Auto and bike tire nipple caps were too big. Bofore I plug it with toothpicks and superglue, what else should I try?
70.) Deerminator - 01/26/2015
Dude;

[SIZE=5]DUCK TAPE!![/SIZE]
71.) Wild Bob - 01/26/2015
Nipple caps...holy crap what did I miss????? :wink:wink
72.) bluecat - 01/26/2015
Swampy found out that if you dress the turkey decoy up in garters, stilettos and nipple caps it really helps bring in the older birds.
73.) Swamp Fox - 01/26/2015
LOL...

Primos will be following up their Funky Chicken decoy with the Hussy Hen next year....:-)

Oh, and by the way, I realized my blow-up decoys I was mentioning earlier are Primos, not AVIAN X...Which explains the huge difference in weight and bulk. But I'm still hoping the current Avians are less basketball-tough and heavy than Mary. Their feeding hen and one other are on my wish list for this year.
74.) bluecat - 01/26/2015
Just put a penny into the groove of one of the feathers of the decoy. If Lincoln's head is partly obscured, you've got another season of wear.
75.) Hunter - 01/27/2015
I'm not going to read this whole thread but I'm assuming Swampy went to a gun show?
76.) Swamp Fox - 01/27/2015
[QUOTE=Hunter;29046]I'm not going to read this whole thread ...[/QUOTE]



Well, THAT'S not a very good attitude!


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