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Attack of the Russian Squirrels

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by CrisOR, Dec 1, 2005.

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  1. CrisOR

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    [The squirrels] are said to have scampered off at the sight of humans, some carrying pieces of flesh.
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    A pine cone shortage may have led the squirrels to seek other food sources, although scientists are sceptical.

    Russian squirrel pack 'kills dog'
     
  2. molonlabe

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    Well I would be too....:p
     
  3. exoduster18

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    How about it? I know I get cranky when I'm hungry and I'll eat anything in sight.
     
  4. dasmi

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    Yes.
     
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    I regularly hunt squirrels on my land in northern Michigan. If I imported some of these Russian carnivorous assault squirrels, it could be much more interesting.
     
  7. Cosmoline

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    Squirrels of the World Unite!

    The Russians have struck the first blow! Onward Reds and Greys! Too long have we suffered the barking of these canines and the bullets of their masters!

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/europe/4489792.stm

    Squirrels have bitten to death a stray dog which was barking at them in a Russian park, local media report.
    Passers-by were reportedly too late to stop the attack by the black squirrels in a village in the far east, which reportedly lasted about a minute.
     
  8. HighVelocity

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    Ok, I'll be the first to say 12ga Streetsweeper. :D
     
  9. Jubei

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    I'm thinkin' that this is a perfect use for the BB Minigun.

    UNLEASH THE HOUNDS

    Jubei
     
  10. Warren

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    From ArmedBear in another thread......


    HA!
     
  11. hso

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    First African Killer Bees and now Ruski Carniverous Squirrels!:what:
     
  12. shermacman

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    A good single shot, bolt action .22 rifle while hoards of hungry tree rats descend towards you teaches calm under pressure, concentration, focus.
     
  13. Sheldon J

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    Red Squirrels = Target practice

    and that is all they are good for:cuss:
     
  14. Cosmoline

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    You're the first against the wall, Sheldon!
     
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    Why?? Is he a lawyer?:D
     
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    Where can I get a bunch of these Black Squirrels? Please. :evil:

    I think these would make perfect gifts to some very special folks.

    PETA, Save the Acorn, Tree Huggers-R-Us and similar groups whom do not like hunters , fisherman - any sportsman.

    Would not want to forget some other special folks, those whom would trade MY Liberties for Freedoms.

    << Breaking News>>

    It seems Team BS has struck again, This time the distinguished Sen. from Mass passed away from injuries suffered when his bulbous nose was bitten off...

    Sen from NY was attacked , the note left by BS members " we did not bite that woman"

    Feinstein ran into a local gun store seeking refuge and a firearm last words as she turned into a pile of goo "Totally Idiotic - a person cannot run in here and by a gun when they NEED one for protection...

    One minute the Whole PETA Group was in the second floor conferenceroom I'd just brought up more tufu...just gone a few minutes ...
    I opened the door to bring in the nuts and berries and ...all that was left was plastic shoes and ...

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    Black Squirrel , Gotta say - I do like that acronym.

    Thinking outside the box is good.
     
  18. Berek

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    And so it begins. They fooled us for centuries into believing they were harmless entrees until now... now... They've conspired to overthrow the human race, I tell ya! I've warned you for years that the squirrels were evil and up to no good, but none of you would listen! They've hoarded our nuts for years! They were probably synthesizing a poison to introduce into our water supplies while using the fibers of the nuts to create armor thougher than kevlar!

    I warned my girlfriend that I saw them conspiring with the chipmonks in the woods while I was out hunting. I thought nothing of it at the time as every time I looked at them, they suddenly began to mock fight, assuming their guise as rivals for nature's bounty. A RUSE I TELL YA!

    Some day, we'll be at their control and ... wait. Someone's at the door... My pills? No, I don't need my pills so I stopped... wait ... what are you doing... Dang, you need to shave... those are the hairiest ... oh no... THEY'RE HERE! HELP! THEY'RE....

    ^C^C^C^C^C^C^X
    [NO CARRIER]
     
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    And here we were worrying about those dirty apes taking over. :rolleyes:
     
  20. carebear

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    I, for one, would like to be the first to welcome our new tree rat overlords.

    :evil:
     
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    I got a lot of .22. Bring it on
     
  22. Cosmoline

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    A wise move, there are MILLIONS of ground and tree squirrels in this state, and as far as I know I'm the only person who actually hunts them. I figure my name is near the top of the list. Gotta find my CZ 452!
     
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    Michael Moore caused a stink today being a dinner guest of TBS...

    Hollywood Stars received invitations to be dinner guests of TBS...

    Still gotta be way to get these critters over here - we got plenty nuts that fell too far from the tree...
    :evil:
     
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    Let's just hope that Rocky isn't able to persuade Bullwinkle and the boys to join the battle!:uhoh:
    Biker
     
  25. carebear

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    Cos,

    They always seemed kinda scrawny. Do you eat them?
     
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