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Yowsir!





A bad MoFo





The Ingram Kingfisher that is!







Kingfisher 5", Desert Ironwood Scales, A2 Steel





It ain't pretty like when it was new.



But it is a cutting MoFo.

ya!


GWB
 
Posts: 23752 | Location: Pearland, Tx,, USA | Registered: 10 September 2001Reply With Quote
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How many of those critters do you kill every week.

Buncha people getting some good eats, cause you sure can' be eating it all!



Don't limit your challenges . . .
Challenge your limits


 
Posts: 4141 | Location: TN USA | Registered: 17 March 2002Reply With Quote
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Perforating hoglets gives me an excuse to use my knives.

Being an old fart I run out of gas earlier than I used to, but most of the time I enjoy skinning. I'll play some tunes, break out a couple knives, grab a brewski set up my camera and commence.

and,

I do give away a bunch of pork. Folks seem to like it.

I enjoy that.

What's the old saying, bacon and eggs, for the chicken it's not big deal, but for the pig, its total commitment!

ya!

GWB
 
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What caliber is the Ruger?
 
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What caliber is the Ruger?


300 H&H

200 gr. Nosler Accubonds

ya!

GWB
 
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Nice teeth!
 
Posts: 3494 | Location: Des Allemands, La. | Registered: 17 February 2007Reply With Quote
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Why do all of you pig hunters like to use the big guns for them? Are they that tough?
 
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Why do all of you pig hunters like to use the big guns for them? Are they that tough?



Sir,

I will have been married for forty years this December, a few years ago my darling bride, after a full 90 seconds of intimacy put a dagger in my ego when she intimated that she thought I was getting "shorter". My painful retort was "darlin', if you'd been sharpening on a pencil for 30 years or so, it would also get shorter.
Maybe, just maybe, I tend to over-compensate when perforating hoglets!
ya!

GWB
 
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Why do all of you pig hunters like to use the big guns for them? Are they that tough?



Sir,

I will have been married for forty years this December, a few years ago my darling bride, after a full 90 seconds of intimacy put a dagger in my ego when she intimated that she thought I was getting "shorter". My painful retort was "darlin', if you'd been sharpening on a pencil for 30 years or so, it would also get shorter.
Maybe, just maybe, I tend to over-compensate when perforating hoglets!
ya!

GWB


Sir, I either smile or LOL with your every thread! I love a man who's honest and funny at the same time.

Zeke

PS: nice pig, great rifle and cartridge, sweet knife (knives)

PPSS: I just used a Harvey Draper (RIP, Ut) skinner on a wild free-range bison
 
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More over-compensation!



I recently picked up a pair of Ruger #1's. One was chambered for the 300 H & H, the other for the 375 H & H.

Well this last Saturday was opening weekend of the Texas central zone dove season. I went up Thursday evening to make sure I was on time and primed!

Went out to see if I could draw first blood with the 375 H & H



I got to a spot that is a favorite of local hoglets just before 7PM.

Sure enough, around 7:15 or there abouts they show up looking to score dinner!



prolly about a dozen or so shoats and a couple sows. No big boars, but what the hey, a target is a target.

Distance was about 125 yds. I have the rifle zero'd at 100.



I watched for about a minute deciding on which one to perforate. Decided on this sow, which was the largest of the sounder.

Smack, and she was DRT. The 250 gr. Barnes TTSX did a number on this critter. No tracking at dark.

Well I mosey on up and since I'm in my Ford Expedition with a cooler on my basket and no place to haul a hoglet. It's also 98 degrees F and the gloaming, so I just take the backstraps right there!

My Jerry Fisk/Whitewater collaberation knife is a fixture as when at my lease, it and my Glock G20 are strapped from the time I put on my pants to the time I take them off.




yowsir!





I like the line from the movie, "The Outlaw Josey Wales" ............ buzzards gotta eat, same as the worms!


GWB
 
Posts: 23752 | Location: Pearland, Tx,, USA | Registered: 10 September 2001Reply With Quote
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I really do like what you do and how you do it.
 
Posts: 1236 | Location: The Bluegrass State | Registered: 21 October 2014Reply With Quote
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That was flat out funny GW about your pencil.


Keep the Pointy end away from you
www.jerryfisk.com
 
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What happened to the pictures ?
 
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Evidently Photobucket is down.

Check back in a day or so.


ya!


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Pix back up!

ya!

GWB
 
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