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Nath
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Recent photos.

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Yes it's time for some more hunting photos.
#15 pheasant came home this weekend.
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#14
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Went to a store for black powder and asked if they had any shot. I got offered this old ammo box with all sorts of lead in it. I snapped it off him!
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Worked out good. Several pounds of #6-#7&1/2 shot and thousands of 177 , 22 and .25 air gun pellets.
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So there you go, that's what I've been up to :D

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Nath, between you and KirkD I've always admired the photo's you two take and display it here on this forum! I think your photo skills are more lethal than your firearms! I'm envious :mrgreen: As always, thanks for sharing them!

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Mainehunter wrote:
Mon Dec 02, 2019 8:53 am
Nath, between you and KirkD I've always admired the photo's you two take and display it here on this forum! I think your photo skills are more lethal than your firearms! I'm envious :mrgreen: As always, thanks for sharing them!

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Kirk wins hands down but thank you sir.

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Nice to know that you are making smoke and putting meat on the table :D
Great find with the lead too :mrgreen:
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Good score Nath and great hunting as usual. :)
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Yes Nath, you are a blessed man. My wife worked in a hospital that remodeled the X-ray room. I got most of the lead they replaced.
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Happy dance, Nath - Thanks again for posting.... :)

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Great find there. Nath, we used to use lots of 6 and 7 1/2 shot on pheasant out in the Llano Estacado of Western Kansas. Those 2 sizes worked great on Chinese Ringneck and Hungarian Blue without tearing up the meat. I never was much good with a shotgun due to having to close one eye so that I could figure out where to point the gun. Not having a dominant eye makes shotgunning difficult. Dad and his friend Bruce (no he was not Australian) were good shots. They usually went 4 pheasant for 4 shots. We baked the pheasant in a mushroom soup or gravy most of the time.
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Thanks for your kind words gents.

Sure, give me the finer shot sizes anyday for bird hunting.

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Nice score on all three scores.
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Old Savage wrote:
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Nice score on all three scores.
Thanks OS.
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Nath, I agree with others those are very nice pics, really like the hammers on that old shotgun... :)
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