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  1. chasdc1

    Spring's first signs

    Seeing more skunks flattened on the road-- looks like they're getting into dating mode!
  2. chasdc1

    Pig smallie

    Oink !
  3. chasdc1

    Turkey 2017

    Love the Hevi-Shot. My boys shoot 31/2" but that wrecks my shoulder. 23/4"-3" is good enough for me
  4. chasdc1

    First buck

    Good for you!
  5. chasdc1


    Yeah-- the adrenaline kicks in and by the time you pull the trigger it's too late to wish you didn't.
  6. chasdc1


    My Dad had a 10ga double that we used goose hunting back in the 60's-- back when geese were rare in Michigan and not the nuisance they are now. That bad boy shot flames a foot long, kicked like an angry mule and made your ears ring half the day. Stupid thing weighed a ton and if not for sitting in a blind, would have been suicide to haul around. We used that gun until he had bypass and was afraid to shoulder the beast. I never blamed him for getting rid of it...
  7. chasdc1


    Prolly the newbie's way of showing you what a bad a$$ he is.
  8. chasdc1

    Waneta tomorrow

    Outstanding first time out results!
  9. chasdc1

    Best day hunting to date!

    Great shootin' Great memory!
  10. chasdc1


    Sweet Snows-- How 'bout a report?
  11. chasdc1

    Veterans Week Vacation

    Yessir!--- I always liked them picture books
  12. chasdc1

    Goose gun?

    Yeah, Must be something out of whack with your specific gun. My sons and I have shot ours for the better part of a decade in all kinds of weather and I don't remember a failure.
  13. chasdc1

    Goose gun?

    I like my Mossberg 835 UltiMag. It's practically indestructible and it eats 23/4, 3, 31/5 inch shells so I can choose whether or not to wreck my shoulder. Attach the rifled deer barrel, load up Hornady SST's and you've got a long range deer machine. For me, it's been a good, reliable gun at a reasonable price.
  14. chasdc1

    Arby's and Venison

    I saw frozen, ground venison patties at a local supermarket, price was $8.00 for 4oz.--$32/lb. Weigh your deer. Do the math.
  15. chasdc1

    15 point Wyoming County buck

    Way cool