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CatShooter
Reply with quote  #41 
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Originally Posted by PoachersPet
dogs, cats

That's just what the ANTI's need to read. If you don't think they check this site out and every other outdoor related site your nuts.



You need to check where he lives - feral dogs and cats are a real REAL problem there.

They are a pretty bad problem here in the states too.

I don't think he's talking about shooting some kids pet - but the feral wild strays that devastate wildlife.


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MrMister
Reply with quote  #42 
CatShooter is right-feral cats are the worse.

From quail to ducks they are devastating.

On the ranches I hunt the land owners have one rule when it comes to domestic cats and dogs on their property:

No collar no pass.
Austin
Reply with quote  #43 
if its got hair in oregon im after it. .223,22lr,22mag,12ga,20ga,300sav mod 99,25-06,8mm mauser.
MOO1072
Reply with quote  #44 
Catshooter is right, I work in LE and I used to work in a small town where stray town dogs were a major nuisance attacking sheep on neighbouring farms. It was not un-common to have over 30 sheep left mauled in the paddocks after some attacks. It was frustrating to see someones livelihood destroyed by irresponsible welfare dependant dog owners. The town had no dog catcher and proving ownership of the dogs was often difficult. I found a very effective solution after consulting 'Dirty Harry's problem solving manual'.

When I'm not working I like to hunt feral pigs, goats, foxes and rabbits. There are quite a few fallow deer in my part of the world and hope to bag one this season, once I get my game licence.

Moo.

PoachersPet
Reply with quote  #45 
Yes I do know shooting cats is legal in some areas. But as a trapper I know what the ANTI's can do and have done. A feral cat was caught in a trap in NE now there is no road right away trapping just this past season.

You know the old saying what goes down in Vegas stays in Vegas. But since you guys are on a roll. I would rather shoot a cat than an elephant and I have been all over the world hunting. Nothing gives me shear pleasure than spotting a cat poking it's head out on a woods line 500 yards out.

When I am trapping I come across more cats that you would ever imagine.
CAT977
Reply with quote  #46 
been hunting for 30yrs, always liked long range shots,17hmr,22lr, 6mm rem,7mm rem mag, 12g moss 500 with scope, 50cal flintlock love to shot groundhogs at long range and go as much as possible, 17hmr out to about 200yds, grab the 6mm out to about 500yds, deer, turkey, rabbits with my dog and 22 pistil, don't like killing paper

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keithcandler
Reply with quote  #47 
Count me in as a Master Blaster, if it walks, flies, or crawls, I have shot it!
alf
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