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    Quote Originally Posted by paul young View Post
    I have no idea.

    Perhaps you guys and gals need to come to New England and hang out at a hunt test, field trial, rod and gun club, go hunting or fishing, ETC. with me. It just might broaden their extremely narrow point of view.

    However, the Texans wouldn't like hunting here much. No senderos laced with bait dispensers spewing corn and oats, no tree houses with heaters and kitchens,or leased rice fields or artificially flooded green timber around here. In New England, you better have above average woodsmanship skills if you're going to be successful.-Paul
    Where do we check what kind of guns and accesories the local government will allow us to use, if we decide to visit?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HuntClub View Post
    Where do we check what kind of guns and accesories the local government will allow us to use, if we decide to visit?
    You don't need to. I have loaners.-Paul
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    you don't need a gun if you got a HOPPA
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    Tax payers would be much better served with an armed citizenry capable of defending themselves!
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    Rememeber how much armament they brought to Waco for Koresh...I dont think the First Armored Division from Fort Hood has seen as big a deployment since Desert Storm


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    Quote Originally Posted by paul young View Post
    I have no idea.

    Perhaps you guys and gals need to come to New England and hang out at a hunt test, field trial, rod and gun club, go hunting or fishing, ETC. with me. It just might broaden their extremely narrow point of view.

    However, the Texans wouldn't like hunting here much. No senderos laced with bait dispensers spewing corn and oats, no tree houses with heaters and kitchens,or leased rice fields or artificially flooded green timber around here. In New England, you better have above average woodsmanship skills if you're going to be successful.-Paul

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    Quote Originally Posted by paul young View Post
    I have no idea.

    Perhaps you guys and gals need to come to New England and hang out at a hunt test, field trial, rod and gun club, go hunting or fishing, ETC. with me. It just might broaden their extremely narrow point of view.

    However, the Texans wouldn't like hunting here much. No senderos laced with bait dispensers spewing corn and oats, no tree houses with heaters and kitchens,or leased rice fields or artificially flooded green timber around here. In New England, you better have above average woodsmanship skills if you're going to be successful.-Paul
    Speaking of narrow points of view... and spewing

    You love to go on and on about Texans hunting over bait from treestands. You are the kind of "sportsman" the antis love. Just throw out a topic like bait... and indignant guys like you come a running... Just what we need. More attacks on a legal form of hunting and outdoor recreation (from within, supposedly).

    Most good hunters are smart enough to adapt their tactics to the area they hunt, as opposed to insisting that his or her way is the only way to do it. Every region of the country has their way of doing things... and generally they have a reason for doing them the way they do. Such as the cover is so high, thick and prickly that your New England hide would be torn to shreds trying to show someone what a fantastic woodsman you are... If I was in your area, I would hunt the way you do. If I was in South Texas, I would hunt the way South Texans do. Ranchers and outfitters call guys who want to do it their way "rubberheads" for a reason.
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    Quote Originally Posted by huntinman View Post
    Speaking of narrow points of view... and spewing

    You love to go on and on about Texans hunting over bait from treestands. You are the kind of "sportsman" the antis love. Just throw out a topic like bait... and indignant guys like you come a running... Just what we need. More attacks on a legal form of hunting and outdoor recreation (from within, supposedly).

    Most good hunters are smart enough to adapt their tactics to the area they hunt, as opposed to insisting that his or her way is the only way to do it. Every region of the country has their way of doing things... and generally they have a reason for doing them the way they do. Such as the cover is so high, thick and prickly that your New England hide would be torn to shreds trying to show someone what a fantastic woodsman you are... If I was in your area, I would hunt the way you do. If I was in South Texas, I would hunt the way South Texans do. Ranchers and outfitters call guys who want to do it their way "rubberheads" for a reason.

    I must be missing something. Educate me as to how that is hunting. Where is the fair chase?

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    Quote Originally Posted by paul young View Post
    I must be missing something. Educate me as to how that is hunting. Where is the fair chase?

    I think you need to experience the greenbriar, wild rose, mountain laurel and bittersweet tangles we deal with around here.-Paul
    I've hunted all over the country Paul and have enjoyed learning from the local hunters the methods that work best for them. I'm sure I would enjoy your neck of the woods and the challenges it presents, but no more or less than many of the other places from coast to coast I've been fortunate to hunt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Franco View Post


    Tax payers would be much better served with an armed citizenry capable of defending themselves!
    What Franco just pointed out is EXACTLY correct!!!!!!!

    We DONT need a Police state. We cant afford a Police state.. We can and should protect ourselves,, and government should NOT get in the way by taking our rights away to do so..

    Franco.. thnk you for those pictures,, I think it says VOLUMES of what we have become........ DEPENDANT...... The INDIVIDUAL is a past entity.

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