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Has the gas price impacted your hunting plans?

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Peter M. Eick, Aug 28, 2005.

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  1. Peter M. Eick

    Peter M. Eick Member

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    I am just curious to see if the gas prices have really impacted anyones shooting or hunting plans.

    I see the price as an inconvenience, but as an oil worker I understand the realities of the world price market and just accept that the days of cheap oil are over for a while. I don't see it changing anything for me. Just the trip toward Laredo will be a bit more expensive then before.

    What if any impact has the gas prices had on your hunting trips?
     
  2. Smoke

    Smoke Member

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    nah, I'm actually going more and farther this year.

    Gas prices.....pshaw.

    Smoke
     
  3. thereisnospoon

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    [Spanish accent] Gas? We don't need no stinkin' gas![turn off accent]

    It really hasn't effected my shooting, but I bought a
    'work' vehicle the other day and gas prices figured into that decision.
     
  4. mustanger98

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    Gas prices don't effect my hunting at all, especially since I in effect hunt in my backyard or otherwise close by.
     
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