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Re: What's Your Most Memorable Hunting Experience?
« Reply #10 on: August 27, 2009, 06:15:53 PM »
These are all really good. O0 Mine was with one of my step-kids. A few years ago, I took him rabbit hunting with me. He carried my Ruger Mk 2 pistol but didn't get to do anything with it unless I gave the go ahead. I was using my shotgun. Anywho, we finish up after our hunt and are heading back to the car when we jump this bunny. As he's headed for the next county, I failed to lead him enough and blew his back legs out from under him. That little critter tried to hobble away and Chance, my step-son, looked at me hoping for the go ahead. I nodded and he walked up to it and put one in its head. When he looked up at me, he had this grin on his face that I'll never forget.

People without kids can never really appreciate what it's like to have a son or daughter as your hunting buddy. It's the greatest feeling. O0
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Re: What's Your Most Memorable Hunting Experience?
« Reply #11 on: August 27, 2009, 09:07:31 PM »
These are all really good. O0 Mine was with one of my step-kids. A few years ago, I took him rabbit hunting with me. He carried my Ruger Mk 2 pistol but didn't get to do anything with it unless I gave the go ahead. I was using my shotgun. Anywho, we finish up after our hunt and are heading back to the car when we jump this bunny. As he's headed for the next county, I failed to lead him enough and blew his back legs out from under him. That little critter tried to hobble away and Chance, my step-son, looked at me hoping for the go ahead. I nodded and he walked up to it and put one in its head. When he looked up at me, he had this grin on his face that I'll never forget.

People without kids can never really appreciate what it's like to have a son or daughter as your hunting buddy. It's the greatest feeling. O0




Hoo-Ah! O0 O0 O0 O0 O0
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Re: What's Your Most Memorable Hunting Experience?
« Reply #12 on: August 28, 2009, 12:00:31 AM »
Hoo-Ah! O0 O0 O0 O0 O0

No worries, bo. Sometimes I wish I leaned more your direction. :evil: ;D
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Re: What's Your Most Memorable Hunting Experience?
« Reply #13 on: August 28, 2009, 08:27:29 PM »
Hey amigo, kids are our future!!

You've got a BIG chore there getting them ready.

Without them hunting and fishing and gun ownership has NO FUTURE!!! O0 O0 O0 O0 O0



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Re: What's Your Most Memorable Hunting Experience?
« Reply #14 on: August 29, 2009, 07:08:20 AM »
Hey amigo, kids are our future!!

You've got a BIG chore there getting them ready.

Without them hunting and fishing and gun ownership has NO FUTURE!!! O0 O0 O0 O0 O0




  O0 That's the truth!
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Re: What's Your Most Memorable Hunting Experience?
« Reply #15 on: January 13, 2010, 05:57:40 PM »
 Aw, the Pile likes kids!   8)

Anyway, we were going to check some deer feeders, and when we walked up to one of em from the truck, there he was, my future first warm blooded kill, a rabbit. I had my Ted Williams Model 100 30-30 in the truck. It was getting dark, and my dad held a light on him. So I got this devilish idea... That rabbit stayed put long enough for me to get the rifle, load a shell, and walk back. Then he hopped away. After about 3 minutes of searching, he was there, in the light. "SHOOT!" is what I heard. Of course, I was still a little afraid of my rifle then, but with amazing speed, I shouldered my old rifle and she let out her warcry. I wish I could have seen me, holding up that mangled rabbit, asking, "Can we eat it?". That was when my dad bought me a .22, which I used to pick birds off of powerlines and kill rabbits in EDIBLE form for the grill. I've matured a little since last year, so I leave the birds alone.
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Re: What's Your Most Memorable Hunting Experience?
« Reply #16 on: January 13, 2010, 07:23:08 PM »
BUd, we all got to start somewhere. My first deer kill was with a bow and he had a big pain in his arse, I will say that much! :shock: :shock:
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Re: What's Your Most Memorable Hunting Experience?
« Reply #17 on: January 13, 2010, 09:46:58 PM »
Hunting is if nothing else a LEARNING EXPERIENCE. We learn from our hunting and that translates into how we live our lives. Hopefully we gain experience, which leads to knowledge, which is followed by wisdom.

If you don't go, you'll never get these things, so go as often as you can and enjoy it as long as you can. O0 O0 O0 O0
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Re: What's Your Most Memorable Hunting Experience?
« Reply #18 on: January 14, 2010, 08:32:09 AM »
Other that great memories of taking my kids hunting, I remember some great times rifle and pistol hunting when I was a kid.

My first gun was an old pump action Winchester hex barreled .22WRF rifle, a .22 Special, the pappy of the .22 Magnum.

I head shot my first rabbit with it as we were chasing it in circles all around an old deserted farmstead. Dad stood back and laughed as he watched my younger brother and me chase the rabbit. The rabbit was having great fun with us until I whacked him and ended his game.  :knuppel2
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Re: What's Your Most Memorable Hunting Experience?
« Reply #19 on: January 15, 2010, 06:18:57 PM »
There is a tie with two of my stories and for good reasons.

First is MissStrutters first deer. She was 9 and handled it like a pro. I was more shook up than her after the shot!! It is an experience I will never forget and I am sure once my other 2 kids get their first they will be right up here with this one.

Second is one of those lessoned learned hunts with my dad amny years ago. i was probably around 10 years old and we were rabbit hunting in Greenville Co. Va. the dogs were running a rabbit good and I was ready for it to cross the open path in front of me. I had my safety off and everything (dad had taught me to not push the safety off until I was bringing the gun to my shoulder, but I was 10 knew everything and wanted to be ready :roll:) The dogs hit the hedgerow beside the path,bu thte rabbit never crossed. The dogs quit running and started to come out around us. One last dog fianlly barked and the rabbit shot across the path. I had lowered my gun, and had it pointed straight down at the ground beside my leg. When dad yelled, "there it goes" I jumped and pulled the trigger at the same time (yes, the safety was still off :-\) the gun went off a blew a hole in the ground right beside my foot and our best beagles head. I will just say that I never have the safety off on any hunt anymore until I am shouldering the gun to shoot. i have taught me kids this and get on anybody hunting with me if I see them doing other wise. This could have been a very bas situation, but it luckily was not and I learned my lesson. ( as well as kicked briars the rest of the day cause dad took my gun for the rest of the day :'()

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