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Non Hunting/Fishing Photos / Re: Yankee Mud Bug!
« Last post by nastygunz on Yesterday at 08:53:46 PM »
Per pound💰💰💰💰💰💰.  The sign is for insurance reasons and to keep the recreational fishermen out of the way of the commercial fisherman.  Back in the day when I was a commercial fisherman people would come right up to the boat when you pulled in and buy fish right off the boat, cash only  :innocentwhistle: :biggrin:
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The Tailgate / Re: Tip of the day
« Last post by pitw on Yesterday at 08:33:29 PM »
cheap Russian ammo is only good for target practice.

I was gonna attack this one and then I thought,  what the {L} did he screw up this time? 

Sometimes a story is better than a picture.
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Non Hunting/Fishing Photos / Re: Yankee Mud Bug!
« Last post by pitw on Yesterday at 08:29:55 PM »
Why would te ave all tose fishing vessels on the other side of that sign? :confused:

That and the fish and prices, is that per fish or pound?  Would be a place I think I'd like visiting. :wo:
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Birds / Re: Another 410
« Last post by riverboss on Yesterday at 07:34:38 PM »
Yep that's it Savage Stevens great little gun! Shot a many rabbits in two  pieces being to close when I was young one the kick out.

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The Tailgate / Re: Tip of the day
« Last post by bambam on Yesterday at 07:15:26 PM »
 cheap Russian ammo is only good for target practice.
 
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Non Hunting/Fishing Photos / Yankee Mud Bug!
« Last post by nastygunz on Yesterday at 05:25:57 PM »
Checkout the name on the boat haha.

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Birds / Re: Another 410
« Last post by nastygunz on Yesterday at 01:22:21 PM »
Savage makes good shootn irons :yoyo: The Crow Cannon.
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Birds / Re: Another 410
« Last post by pitw on Yesterday at 10:47:08 AM »
 :yoyo: :yoyo:

Savage made, Springfield model 67F.
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The Tailgate / What is this? 9-19
« Last post by remrogers on Yesterday at 09:24:40 AM »
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The Tailgate / Today in history 9-19
« Last post by remrogers on Yesterday at 09:21:35 AM »
1827
September 19
Jim Bowie stabs a Louisiana banker with his famous knife

After a duel turns into an all-out brawl on September 19, 1827, Jim Bowie disembowels a banker in Alexandria, Louisiana, with an early version of his famous Bowie knife. The actual inventor of the Bowie knife, however, was probably not Jim Bowie, but rather his equally belligerent brother, Rezin Bowie, who reportedly came up with the design after nearly being killed in a vicious knife fight.

The Bowie brothers engaged in more fights than the typical frontiersman of the day, but such violent duels were not uncommon events on the untamed margins of American civilization. In the early nineteenth century, most frontiersmen preferred knives to guns for fighting, and the Bowie knife quickly became one of the favorites. Rezin Bowie had invented such a nasty looking weapon that the mere sight of it probably discouraged many would-be robbers and attackers. Designs varied somewhat, but the typical Bowie knife sported a 9- to 15- inch blade sharpened only on one side for much of its length, though the curved tip was sharpened to a point on both sides. The double-edged tip made the knife an effective stabbing weapon, while the dull-edge combined with a brass hand guard allowed the user to slide a hand down over the blade as needed. The perfect knife for close-quarter fighting, the Bowie knife became the weapon of choice for many westerners before the reliable rapid-fire revolver took its place in the post-Civil War period.
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