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  • Tugaloo
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    Our ancestors lived in caves, not a hole in ground. Rain water would be a serous problem as would disposing of body waste products. Did GK consider how he will bring and store water? How to conceal the caches he mentions is another question.
    And, the list goes on.

    Mental health or lack there of? ;).

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  • Garand
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    Living in a hole in the ground for a year leaves a lot of questions regarding the planners mental health.

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  • Tugaloo
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    Originally posted by Garand View Post
    It has been my experience that when you discuss hunting with GunKid, ethics are not involved in the discussion. Unfortunately he believes that he will be able to find anything he wants, anytime he wants. This alone signifies his lack of experience in hunting and his inability to understand that there could be 370 million other hunters out there from all over north america.
    He ignores what others take as common knowledge. A good example is his underground hide. He doesn't consider when someone uses the same hide they will leave signs of their activity.
    Our last home in western NC had a lot of deer because we were feeding them corn. I put the corn in the same spot and the deer used a variety of approaches. No matter how stealthy they were leaves on the ground looked different than on their trails and so on. Anyone with rudimentary tracking skills could see their sign same as anyone would notice GK's signs. Simply said, GK doesn't think..



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  • Garand
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    It has been my experience that when you discuss hunting with GunKid, ethics are not involved in the discussion. Unfortunately he believes that he will be able to find anything he wants, anytime he wants. This alone signifies his lack of experience in hunting and his inability to understand that there could be 370 million other hunters out there from all over north america.

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  • Tugaloo
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    Originally posted by Dorobuta View Post
    Nice find!
    Thank you.

    What opened my eyes about Trapdoor accuracy was J.S (Spence) and Pat Wolf's book "Loading Cartridges for the Original 45-70 Springfield Rifle and Carbine."
    From the "Government Manual of 1898" using the M1888 issue ammunition the Trapdoor rifle averaged 2.6" at 100 yards and using M1886 ammunition the Carbine averaged 3.4". That was fired from the shoulder using a muzzle rest. Whatever their version of a muzzle rest was, who knows.
    Considering the group size difference between M193 or M855 issue ammunition and a tailored reload; the Trapdoor is in the hunt.



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  • Dorobuta
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    Nice find!

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  • Tugaloo
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    Originally posted by Dorobuta View Post
    Yes, AR pistol. I have two .300 blackout ARs, one pistol, one rifle., both suppressed.
    I reload and a while back; due to the expense today, I decided to limit adding new calibers or I'd experiment with the B/O.
    Guess what, I found a great deal on a Trapdoor Springfield that served in Cuba during the Spanish American War with the Maine NG and I'm blessed with a very understanding wife.

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  • Dorobuta
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    Yes, AR pistol. I have two .300 blackout ARs, one pistol, one rifle., both suppressed.

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  • Tugaloo
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    Originally posted by Dorobuta View Post
    We do have handgun seasons for most animals here. I use my .300 blackout pistol for these hunts…it’s almost cheating
    AR pistol?

    I've used a first model of TC Contender for deer and switch barrels for varmints. .

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  • Dorobuta
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    We do have handgun seasons for most animals here. I use my .300 blackout pistol for these hunts…it’s almost cheating

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  • Tugaloo
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    During the Great Depression, to harvest meat to eat; one of my ex's uncles would climb a tree with a single shot (break barrel) 22 hog gun. When a deer walked under the tree, he'd lean to get the rifle as close as he could and shoot. According to him, he killed a lot of deer.
    It was a big hungry family with no money for food. Today in most states, hunting deer with a 9mm isn't legal. Ignoring the legality of it; IMO, it lacks ethics.

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