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Yeah, I think that bow hunting is what I am leaning towards... I have a .40cal ruger pistol for the gun side... I think compound bows are pretty amazing and au-natural(well, a little more so).

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I haven't been hunting in a long time. The last time I hunted I paid some guy in Louisiana a lot of money to hunt some homeless guy with a military background. We had two motorcycles chasing the guy through those funky cemetaries. We chased him in SUV's. The goal was to get him before he got to the water. I heard they were put out of business by some guy with a mullet.
Did you end the hunt off with some Ice-T?

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Not a hunter never been don't have a desire to go sit in the woods waiting for an animal to come by.

But hunting is very important to control animal populations.
When I used to deer hunt I was a tracker-stalker, not an ambusher. tried bow hunting. I suck with a bow.

My brother made an atlatl one time and got pretty good with it. Always wondered how he'd explain atlatl hunting to a gamewarden.

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I haven't been hunting in a long time. The last time I hunted I paid some guy in Louisiana a lot of money to hunt some homeless guy with a military background. We had two motorcycles chasing the guy through those funky cemetaries. We chased him in SUV's. The goal was to get him before he got to the water. I heard they were put out of business by some guy with a mullet.
Did you end the hunt off with some Ice-T?
The guy he paid was Gary Busey, sometimes actors have to suppliment their lifestyle with other jobs.

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Not a hunter never been don't have a desire to go sit in the woods waiting for an animal to come by.

But hunting is very important to control animal populations.
When I used to deer hunt I was a tracker-stalker, not an ambusher. tried bow hunting. I suck with a bow.

My brother made an atlatl one time and got pretty good with it. Always wondered how he'd explain atlatl hunting to a gamewarden.

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http://www.atlatl.com/

those are pretty neat, I would like to try one of those someday.

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Not a hunter never been don't have a desire to go sit in the woods waiting for an animal to come by.

But hunting is very important to control animal populations.
When I used to deer hunt I was a tracker-stalker, not an ambusher. tried bow hunting. I suck with a bow.

My brother made an atlatl one time and got pretty good with it. Always wondered how he'd explain atlatl hunting to a gamewarden.

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http://www.atlatl.com/

those are pretty neat, I would like to try one of those someday.
Some of my coworkers and I are going to build a trebuchet. My job is to make beer--they don't want me around sharp tools.

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My hunting tactics are to mount a set of antlers to my friend Bubba and send him into the forest to flush out the dear. The only problem that I run into is after I have polished off a 12pack of beer I can't tell the difference between bubba and the deer.


I saw this picture shortly after huricane rita finished off Louisiana.
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My hunting tactics are to mount a set of antlers to my friend Bubba and send him into the forest to flush out the deer. The only problem that I run into is after I have polished off a 12pack of beer I can't tell the difference between bubba and the deer.


I saw this picture before Huricane rita was expected to hit Houston.
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I got a deer with the benz this year:) the benz took a beating but it also came up with a kill...
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It cracked both headlight cases, passengers fog light, hood and part of the grill...but its back and ready for action...
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