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Ted Nugent and wife on cnbc right now

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by mister hankey, Nov 24, 2005.

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  1. mister hankey

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    Ted Nugent and wife are on cnbc right now talking about hunting and gun ownership from what I’ve seen so far it isn’t overly anti but the questioner interrupts frequently when Ted is talking pro gun but its only half way over so I guess we’ll see were it goes.
     
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  2. Atticus

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    Nugent.
     
  3. Biker

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    Terrible Ted has always been a 2ndA advocate. He's good people.
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    Not only a 2A advocate but a hunter as well. His show on OLN is pretty interesting. Chicken for dinner anyone.:D
     
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    I love that show.

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    His big Ranch is in Wisconsin......bad state for gun owner. I have met him at a local gun/archery store Capra's that he comes to Anually for a show and stuff.

    Great Guy!!!!!!!!!!

    CANT GRILL IT 'Til YA KILL IT!!!!
     
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    Never heard of that one before.......

    Jackson, Michigan and Texas, methinks. :scrutiny:
     
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    Wanted: Ted or Alive was filmed in Jackson MI. I heard he recently bought a ranch in Crawford Texas. I think he is still on the board of directors of the NRA. Wang dang sweet poontang.
     

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    Are you talking about his 700 acre spread? That's in Michigan.
     
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    If you think Nuge is dangerous with a gun or a bow, it's nothing compared to what he can do with a chain saw. I saw him cut up his own leg with a chainsaw once. I think it was on his show "Surviving Nugent" or something like that.
     
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    Actually, the Motor City Madman is most dangerous with an Ax. His guitar work on the Free For All album always inspires me to whip mine out.
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    He has a lot of land near me in Pike County. My wife works at the Kroger Grocery Store. She is always one of the first to see him in town.

    We get deer hunters from all over the Country here. I guess the deer must be pretty small in a lot of places. The deer are big, fat, and plentiful here.
     
  14. VaughnT

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    Just to give you an idea, Hotpig, the deer in my area (SC) don't get over 125lb unless you've got a monster.

    I took a nice, healthy doe last year and she weighed 71lb, dressed. Not a lot of meat, and the skins are rather small (takes four deer to make me one shirt!), but you also don't have to drag much out of the woods.
     
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    The guys around here would not waste a tag on one that small.
     
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    I called around to see what the deer are dressing out at this year. The Doe are running over 100 lbs and some of the buck are pushing 170lbs.

    I bet some of the food pantries are going to get a lot of donated meat this year.
     
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