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Discussion in 'Hunting' started by Dr. Tad Hussein Winslow, Nov 24, 2008.

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  1. Dr. Tad Hussein Winslow

    Dr. Tad Hussein Winslow member

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    Feeling the urge to buy a tuxedo at a 2nd hand store, and deer hunt with a shiny stainless steel .38 special snubnosed revolver, which I have, with dirt cheap Walmart semi-JHPs, while wearing black & white tuxedo (with orange cap & vest over).

    Then for the rest of my life, every time someone posts about WHICH .300 magnum buttstomper to choose for deer, or WHICH camo pattern works best for deer, I can harass the entire conversation simply by posting a link to my pics with me & my tuxedo/snubbie deer. Boy am I ornery. :D I'll have to find a trail where I can get VERY close and make an < 10 yard shot. :)
     
  2. CSA 357

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    I say do it!!!!!!!!!!:d
     
  3. Sinixstar

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    oh man, make sure you take pictures.
     
  4. ants

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    So as not to commit faux pas, would that be black tie with vest, or white tie with cummerbund?
    Given the impending holiday season, I would definitely go with the more formal latter.
    It's just not worth taking a chance...
     
  5. ants

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    And what champagne to bring? Perhaps a magnum?
     
  6. Sinixstar

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    Champagne? With Wild Game? You sir have no class!

    A fine burgundy or bordeaux is the only thing suitable in this situation. Perhaps a rhone valley syrah in an absolute pinch might be excusable.

    :D
     
  7. ants

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    But I couldn't make a magnum joke with those selections...
     
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    sounds like fun!!

    it also sounds like you have much the same sense of humor as i... and i'm twisted sometimes!!... have fun whatever you do and take pics!!
     
  10. woodfiend

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    A romp in the woods with this attire and weaponry would be quite a show. Simply fashionable and exquisite.
     
  11. wankerjake

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    My roomate and I once dressed up in suits for the first day of squirrell season. It was awesome. We got some pretty good looks from the other folks that were out that day, but we got a mess of squirrells!
     
  12. hotlead

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    Magnum champagne? That would be a magnum condom and a bottle of your favorite whiskey!
     
  13. Lon371

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    I say go for it. Make sure you take the camera.

    Lonny
     
  14. uk roe hunter

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    like a clockwork orange
     
  15. qajaq59

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    I'd say you better be on private land or someone will call the guys with the white coats and nets.
    But definitely do it.:evil:
     
  16. DRYHUMOR

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    I think a fine single malt scotch would be better than champagne.

    Safety first, after the hunt only!

    And photos, lots of photos.
     
  17. mio

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    do it
     
  18. Bearhands

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    ....... no mention of a top hat? sheeshh......... what is this hunting world coming to!?
     
  19. moojpg2

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    do it......and post pics if successful
     
  20. f4t9r

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    I would do it!! Only thing is I would need a 5 1/2" barrel to be legal here.
     
  21. kingpin008

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    Hey Premium - These wouldn't happen to be hunting buddies of yours, would they? :D:D

    dumbanddumbertux.gif
     
  22. koja48

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    Don't forget to RSVP . . . and arrive in a 4WD stretch truck limo. Question: Does red carpet scare game?
     
  23. caribou

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    Im with you!!!!!~LOL!~....where do we get a license?
    I laugh at new to the North fellows decked out in White, gun taped up white, maby a face mask and all,and they ride off on some Red, purple and green piped 800 RMKGB smoking two stroke bomber Snowgo..RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR!!!!!!!!!

    Like the Caribou wouldnt notice...LOL!!!
     
  24. carsten1911

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    Just make sure your fine clothes are not too expensive...just in case you have to track down the wounded deer. You might get the sweaty, dirty and even torn...

    A 38 snub nose. Are you serious?

    Of course it CAN work, and has worked, but chances are too high that it DOESNT work (at least for an ethical hunter).
    And yes, even a 8% chance (please feel free to put in any number you think is appropriate for the chances of this strange endeavour) of a wounding instead of a kill on behalf of the gun/ ammo-combo is unethical in my eyes...and the eyes of lots of others, too.

    Over here we got a thing we call "Waidgerechtigkeit". Dunno if there is a direct translation into English... . It sums up the ethical/ moral way a hunter should act.

    Wear whatever you like, but for God´s sake use an effective gun.

    Sorry for spoiling your "party", but I guess we disagree on the definition of "party".

    Carsten
     
  25. MaterDei

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    Oh yes, yes, a thousand times yes!
     
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