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The Redneck Cup....

Discussion in 'Shotguns' started by Dave McCracken, Nov 25, 2003.

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  1. Speedo66

    Speedo66 Member

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    What kind of heartless ba$***** are you, nothing for the kids?

    How about a good old game of mailbox baseball for the little ones?

    Helps develop their eye-hand coordination, so it's edgimacational.

    Extra points for hitting one mounted directly to a telephone pole and not losing feeling in your arm.

    Bonus points if they can knock a mailbox off its mounts with a tossed beer bottle over 40mph after they've had a few. To keep this High Road, they should be at least 12 years old. :rolleyes:
     
  2. JohnBT

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    I'll volunteer for the target squad. Someone has to empty the beer cans before we throw them in the air.

    Of course aluminum cans are pretty worthless compared to the old steel ones, but we'll manage somehow.

    John
     
  3. xcgates

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    Wow, I had a sheltered childhood! :what:

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    :( :p
     
  4. rustycrusty

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    Dave Mc,
    I'll teach a semi-nor on how to tell if the road kill is fresh enough to take home. I've already got the '75 J-10 pick up loaded: Shotgun,beer,rifle,beer,
    ammo,beer,hound dog,beer,vieeny sausages,beer,ammo,beer,ammo,beer did
    I forget anything? oh yes beer.
     
  5. claysportsonline

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    Cedar Creek Sporting Clays in South Jersey actually had this shoot in RL. Guys would dress up in Redneck attire. They'd do a fun shoot and have a big BBQ. I would bet if you pester old Joe Scull, he'd bring it back.

    Good shooting to you-
    Christian Parker
    www.claysportsonline.com
     
  6. FuzzyBunny

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    BTW, Rednecks don't drink Shiner Bock or any other fancypants beer.

    Shame on you! Any Texan can tell you about Shiner Beer (from Shiner Texas) not too mention Pearl and Falstaff. Do they still make Schlitz?
     
  7. BattleChimp Potemkin

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    I finally have a use for my Coast to Coast Master Mag in 12gauge for the house brand event?! :D
     
  8. JimKirk

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    How 'bout "dear in the loft"

    A Moonshine cook off ...better get Grandpa's recipe out !

    A Rat killin' ...nutin biger thn' 10 ga!

    Jimmy K
     
  9. Mike J

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    You know if ya'all could put this together I believe it would be bigger than SASS in no time. I'm starting to regret trading off that old J C Higgins.
     
  10. 627PCFan

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    Did you seriously dig up a thread from 2003?
     
  11. Rshooter

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    How about shooting hanging sticks of dynamite? :what:
     
  12. ds92

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  13. devildog32713

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    Sounds fun, where is this located?? lol
     
  14. gunsandreligion

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    There's plenty, the less sinful being the bb-gun fight,the bumble bee shoot off the back porch, the go out behind the barn have a smoke/shoot the stupid cats,ect....
     
  15. TCB in TN

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    I was the master, think I can still take y'all!

    Of course my specialty was driving and since I was a righty I chucked'em out the sunroof! LOL!

    BTW instead of a .410 for frogs, we used .22 shorts with a little 2AA cell flashlight. A little 39Amountie can hold about 20 so say start the first round about 30min after sundown 15 frogs around the pond, 2nd round is after 3 tall boys, 3rd after 3 more fastest time to make the course wins.... ;)
     
  16. Spartan2112

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    Anyone for skeet golf?

    ROTFLMAO as I read through this thread, glad it was resurrected.

    I don't play golf - but always thought my idea might be fun.

    One player hits tees off, another tries to shoot it down. 2-stroke penalty if the ball gets blasted.

    One issue might be people wanting to play through . . .
     
  17. Equestrian

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    Count me in can we also have a shoot yer old appliances hour? its like revenge for when the tv went out during the last ten laps of the race
     
  18. Dave McCracken

    Dave McCracken Moderator In Memoriam

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    Why not? I recall testing slugs against old refrigerators......
     
  19. Snarlingiron

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    Man, I have my overhauls and boots ready as is my '94 F150 flare side, my Remington 11, my sporterized Springfield..I'm ready to go. Announce the time and place, I'm there.

    I think I may do particularly well at the Texas Dove shoot, having many years of practical experience.
     
  20. SWAMPUS

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    Great Idea

    If ya'll ain't got nuff shotguns,I got some dept store jobs.Didn't know I weren't the onliest one threw rocks at barn to shoot pidgeons!Cry havoc and let loose the Bubbas of war!
     
  21. Dirty Bob

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    I'm so in for this!

    Dave, when you pick me up at the airplane place, I'll be the one in flip-flops, cut-off jeans an' open flannel shirt with the sleeves cut off an' no t-shirt. I'll probably have my "fancy dress" NRA ball cap on. Our luggage is a matched set a' Piggly Wiggly bags with duck tape on 'em. My ol' lady and I have the same haircut.

    I didn't see mention of the indoor cockroach and indoor rat shoot events. How do ya'll get rid of varmints in the house?

    Don't forget there's extra points if the mailbox you hit has a clothesline attached to it. :D

    Oh, an' about beer: good ol' everday Texas beer is Pearl or Lone Star. I live not fer from the ol' Pearl brewery, but they brew that stuff somewhere's else now. Shiner is good enuf to serve at yer cousin's wedding (ya' know, the one where a buncha' the female guests wore tube tops...wait that's just about ever wedding I've been to).

    <Belch> All my best,
    Dirty Bob
     
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  22. Dave McCracken

    Dave McCracken Moderator In Memoriam

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    Old thread, new fans. Enjoy.....
     
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