Guns, Hunting, and anything else remotely related...

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EmilyNats

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I just thought it would be nice to have place specifically for these things... And also so we wouldn't have to hijack the Guns and Age topic anymore :cool:
 
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Yahweh_is_gracious

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Good call.
 
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Yahweh_is_gracious

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LOL...very nice
 

Mitspa

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Killed a pig in the spring
 

Mitspa

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he was around 300 lbs
 

Mitspa

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You know you can legally get a silencer here ..if you can prove its to kill hogs?
 
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Yahweh_is_gracious

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Too much trouble to fix those things and the old boors never taste very good ...
For real. Boar meat is too laden with hormones and scent. It isn't fit to eat. Now, ferral sow, that be some fine eating and it does a fine job of keeping wild hog populations in check.
 

Desdichado

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For real. Boar meat is too laden with hormones and scent. It isn't fit to eat. Now, ferral sow, that be some fine eating and it does a fine job of keeping wild hog populations in check.
Guess I'll be sticking with deer, then.
 
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Yahweh_is_gracious

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Guess I'll be sticking with deer, then.

I refuse to eat any male wild game. It's simply too gamey for me. For deer, elk, antelope, and others, I try for 2-3 year old dry females. Easy to get the tags for them, and it's easy meat in the freezer.
 

EmilyNats

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Nice! I'll have to show off my squirrel pelts to y'all. Theyre very rookie, but they were my first attempts. I haven't gotten a chance to do any more any more, but one day...
 

EmilyNats

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I refuse to eat any male wild game. It's simply too gamey for me. For deer, elk, antelope, and others, I try for 2-3 year old dry females. Easy to get the tags for them, and it's easy meat in the freezer.
I used to work at a deer processing place. That is some good eating right there! The did sausage and salami and snack sticks, ect... There was only one time I ate anything from there that tasted bad. Musta been a quiet a stud before I turned him into a sausage link.
 
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Tinuviel

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I refuse to eat any male wild game. It's simply too gamey for me. For deer, elk, antelope, and others, I try for 2-3 year old dry females. Easy to get the tags for them, and it's easy meat in the freezer.
Up here our deer are basically grain fed, and if you trim off every teeny weeny bit of fatty stuff (for steaks, we even trim off the sheen-type fat), it tastes amazing. We've even had avowed venison-haters ask us if it was beef!