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Re: Don-1, Whistle Pigs-0

Postby grumpy » Mon Aug 20, 2012 10:44 am

KETCHAM wrote:I used a .22 with a scope.Also have my dads .22 that is from the 1940's.Both deadly,,,like to get a pellet gun,just for target pratice,,,Sometimes its fun just to shoot the bb gun,,,don't have to worry were the bb goes.Not gonna kill anything with the bb gun though!!! Kevin



Don't underestimate a BB gun. I've got at least a dozen chipmunks a few mice and 1 chicken. And more than 1 window pane. :oops:
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Re: Don-1, Whistle Pigs-0

Postby KETCHAM » Mon Aug 20, 2012 11:45 am

Grump...must have been a pump style...these spring loaded ones[the new ones]stink!!!Dads Red Ryder still puts holes in tin cans!!!Kevin
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