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powdahound76

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Target sports has CCI quiet in stock for a decent price, 500 or 5k at a time.
Free shipping and only state tax Makes it mo betta.

I love this stuff so I ordered 3 😱

It is movie quiet out of my 22” Savage Without a suppressor (impact in dirt at 100 louder than shot without ear pro) and tends to do right about 2.5” groups at 100.
Once on a nasty windy day at 9400ft ASL, got the wind hold and went 100/100 at 100 Yds on my 4” flapper.
 

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When I worked on the UU Bar in Cimarron we had a couple of Belgium Draft horses that were used to pull a feed wagon or sled in the winter. Big docile animals and was always a treat driving the wagon with them in the harness. Beautiful animals.
Wow, impressive animal
 

300Norma1959

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Messed up does not begin to describe it. There are actually morons standing there listening to it. I bet they all vote for Dementia Joe
 

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Target sports has CCI quiet in stock for a decent price, 500 or 5k at a time.
Free shipping and only state tax Makes it mo betta.

I love this stuff so I ordered 3 😱

It is movie quiet out of my 22” Savage Without a suppressor (impact in dirt at 100 louder than shot without ear pro) and tends to do right about 2.5” groups at 100.
Once on a nasty windy day at 9400ft ASL, got the wind hold and went 100/100 at 100 Yds on my 4” flapper.
The Quiet Segmented makes good sub 40 yard squirrel ammo.

I use Eley Subsonic Hollow now that I’m canned.
 

Lawless

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When I worked on the UU Bar in Cimarron we had a couple of Belgium Draft horses that were used to pull a feed wagon or sled in the winter. Big docile animals and was always a treat driving the wagon with them in the harness. Beautiful animals.
When we move permanently to our farm in Appalachia next spring I’m looking into a draft horse and I want a donkey....don’t know why....I just do....
 

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When we move permanently to our farm in Appalachia next spring I’m looking into a draft horse and I want a donkey....don’t know why....I just do....

Donkeys are great to own. They do many things, including predictor abatement.

This was taken from the interweb.
The donkeys' loud brays and quick pursuit will scare away predators and may also alert the shepherd. In most instances donkeys will confront and chase dogs or coyotes out of the pasture. If the canines do not retreat quickly the donkeys will attack them by rising up on their hind legs and striking with both front feet.
 

Shooter McGavin

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Donkeys are great to own. They do many things, including predictor abatement.

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Donkeys are great if you run cattle. They do chase the coyotes a way. Once the coyotes know the donkeys are on the property they stay clear of that area. I have two donkeys and two Great Pyrenees
 

jbuck88

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Donkeys are great to own. They do many things, including predictor abatement.

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Not sure if mules and donkeys are close in behavior or not. My relatives had a mule when we were growing up. That damn thing was evil. Would try and kick you off the horses if you were riding. Or come up and bite you if you weren't paying attention.
 

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I dont care if its the best cake in the world........I couldnt eat it.

People in Papua New Guinea eat grubs about that size and unless Im in a Dieter Dengler situation it aint happening.

Apparently crazy liberals want us eating them too.


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