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Prairie Dawgs: Photoshop/Caption Fun

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by BerettaNut92, May 19, 2005.

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  1. BerettaNut92

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    "Awww carp, it's Skunk!!! RUN!!!!"

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    "It's a good thing Skunk can't hit jack with a rifle...we're in trouble if he pulls that Beretta though."

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  2. sm

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    Milliseconds Before Misty

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  3. Fly320s

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    Hunting over a baited field, I see. Fine by me. :)

    For the second photo: "These carrots taste like Kimchi." "Shut up and eat, so he won't shoot."
     
  4. boofus

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    How can you shoot those guys? They look just like my pet hamster. :confused:

    Do people eat prairie dogs? I've heard of people eating squirrels before. Isn't that just like eating a rat or a hamster? :uhoh:
     
  5. El Tejon

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    boofus, up here squirrel is known as "the first course." :D

    Those rodents look like they need the low carb Skunky lifestyle. You would think burrowing would burn a lot of blubber?
     
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    Bleech!!! They don't call squirrels tree rats for nothing.

    -Bill
     
  7. jsalcedo

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    Looks like the menu at my Uncle franks backyard Barbecues.
     
  8. sm

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    Them Dawgs carry the "Black Plague".

    Livestock have to be put down because of broken legs when caught in the entrances to Praire Towns or the livestock's weight causes them to fall into Towns. [ gives way under weight].

    Costing $$$$ to losses in livestock.

    Never been to a Dawg Town...but I will some day. My version of Play Misty for Me differs from the one Clint Eastwood starred in.

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    Ahah - some useful pics here - <scheme, plot> once I get some time to spare I am sure some ''tweaks'' can be done. :evil: :p
     
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    Hmmm, how about rabbits? I have a whole regiment camped in my back yard. :uhoh:

    BTW, does the young lady like Norah Jones and saki? :D
     
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    Wipe yer chin and apologize El T. :D
     
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    Prairie Dog Rule #1:
     

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    "Though I walk through the valley of the shadow of..."
     
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    There's practically no meat on a Prairie Dog. The one's that played "Misty" for me were mostly scattered fur and chewed-up grass.

    Also, up close they're really mangy...not nearly as cute as in photos.

    Squirrel was an occasional part of our diet when I was a kid. Had something to do with Mom & Dad growing up in rural NW MO during the depression exacerbated by both Grandpa's being worthless drunks.

    Haven't had any in years, but I'd be on 'em like white on rice if the SHTF. Protien is protien...well, up to a point anyway.
     
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    We have "marmots" ( ground squirrels ) up here and my 22-250 is already out and waiting... No Limit, No Closed Season... I hope I can join the 500 yard club this summer, longest shot as of last year was 350, approx...

    - Clint
     
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    Dick - that fella needs a new ''claws'' in his contract - sanctioning firearms! :p
     
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    Fella's;

    Properly done, there's not enough left of a P-dog to eat. It's known as the 'Society Of The Red Mist', & I am a member. The 50gr Hornady V-Max exits the muzzle at a chrono'd 3960 fps. The perfect hit results in an expanding globe of red that gets to be about 2 to 2.5 feet in diameter. Other hits have been known to launch the target perhaps 8 to 10 feet in the air, while performing gyrations an olympic high diver can only envy.

    The launch platform is a Ruger #1V in .220 Swift. Winchester brass, CCI primers, 45 gr of N160.

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    What would an M39 Mosin using softpoints do? I'd imagine there wouldn't be as much misting, but I've never been able to experiment. I'll have to try it someday...
     
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    I'll never forget growing up in the Denver area. North of town there used to be huge PD towns and a couple times a year they'd get out there with the varmint rifles to 'thin the herd'.

    It was classic listening to the Boulder liberals bitching about evaporating the dogs...

    http://www.dogbegone.com/video.htm
     
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    Not to sound like a tree hugger or somthing, but why shoot them? Do their burrows mess up your yard, do they steal grain or chew up stuff?
     
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