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I know this has been posted before. ::) Somewhere.
We got a lot of new members here & old members as well.
Figure sometime has gone by & we might have gotten a new tool to hunt with.

So take the poll & be happy
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You forgot handguns in the vote!!!!
 

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Figures ??? .
Well that will give you the option to post a reply..Ya that's it. ;D
 

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What about spears???
 

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I will hunt any season with any tool needed to get the job done. Sure I have methods I really like but when it comes to food on the table one must do what needs to be done.
 

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Dennis,Spears?
We going to Alabama for deer? When?

O spear for bullfrogs & such.
 

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Dennis,Spears?
We going to Alabama for deer? When?

O spear for bullfrogs & such.
There are some guys down by lake Texoma on another forum that I visit, that use spears for hog work. The dogs bay them, and they finish the job with spears. Sometimes they go in two at a time, flip them over and use a big knife. I sure wouldn't want to get in the way of those cutters. He's always posting pics of cut up dogs, and skewered hogs.
 

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Tusk & skin never get along.
Not my cup of tea either.
I perfer to have a gun no matter what.
 

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Hence why I invested in my Ruger Redhawk .44. Had some close calls.
 

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Hence why I invested in my Ruger Redhawk .44. Had some close calls.
Me too. Super Redhawk in the .44 mag. Hi velocity reloads, will do the job.:D
 

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Was out and about tonight without the wife along and happened to come home with a box of the Lever Evolution 225g for my .44 I'm die now to find a place to shoot them and try them out.
 

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Try H&H gun club their in the city.
 

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I carried the .45acp during deer season last year, and got a couple of does with it. Now its time for the Redhawk to come out of the safe and earn its keep. I kept it under 20 yds with the .45, but the .44 will extend that out a lot. I gave a half dozen of my reloads to the landowner where the DMAP is as he bought a Super Redhawk last year. Told him to shoot his factory stuff, and then load mine. There is quite a bit of difference ;D
Those new hornady's you bought might take a look. Hornady has really been in the fore front of coming out with the new bullets and ammo. I still like my Sierra's, but they have been resting on their superb reputation, while Hornady is leading the charge in my opinion.
 

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If you're up for a drive out towards SE Shawnee you can shoot at my place Bull.
 
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