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"Stinging" sister-in-law's cat with birdshot

Discussion in 'Shotguns' started by ArmedBear, Nov 8, 2007.

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  1. ArmedBear

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    Wow. So, even liberals are capable of gun violence.
     
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    Heck.. even Cheney just wounded that poor guy! :)
     
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    Gawd. My own Grandfather managed to convince his own sister to never speak to him again after he took off her big toe while trying to kill her cat.

    Seems she was rounding the corner of her house when he snapped off a charge of buck.......never did hear if he got that cat or not.
     
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    Jimmy Carter should not be trusted with anything more dangerous then a plastic spork, and not just for this incident.......

    (Did this country really elect him President ???? I think he spent way to much time huddled up against the reactors when he was in the Navy.)
     
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  6. ArmedBear

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    Jimmy's never heard of rocksalt loads, I guess.
     
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    I think the country was stoned at the time.....
     
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