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  1. beaverman

    Hunter's Butcher - Scammer? Help?

    Fish and game should test his dogfood for deer dna. He's probably stealing people's deer to turn into dog food he can sell.
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    Drone Weaponry

    QDM of the future, just program them to measure antlers put in the minimum score you want and let it fly.
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    Snow blower problems

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    In line muzzy question?

    ATF doesn't classify muzzleloaders as firearms so they are not subject to NFA barrel length restrictions. That said NJ does consider them firearms so I would think a rifled ML would have to be at least 16" and a smooth bore 18" but I wouldn't want a barrel that short anyway. I have a couple that are 22" and they are flame throwers I couldn't imagine what a 16" would be like.
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    Ok what is THIS on trailcam?

    its a deer look at the front legs and the tip of the tail sticking up in the rear. No way that's a rabbit
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    ATV Plow

    its 50" https://www.cabelas.com/product/Cabelas-Universal-Plow/2349158.uts?productVariantId=4791590&WT.tsrc=PPC&WT.mc_id=GoogleProductAds&WT.z_mc_id1=04557713&rid=20&ds_rl=1252079&ds_rl=1252079&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI-4y8rZSe4AIVA1YNCh1V7AbwEAQYAiABEgLFU_D_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds
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    Dog ate deer mount- repair

    So how did the dog get to it 15' up the wall? Nice work on the repair!
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    What do you do?????

    I watched the show as well, they saw that bull the day before acting hurt, then they found it the next day while driving around looking for the herd. I was wondering what the chances are they put a bad shot on it and being a rag horn made themselves look good by tagging it. I think most people would call a warden and let them try to find the hunter it belongs to. Something didn't seem right with them looking for that bull the next day. Sent from my SM-S920L using Tapatalk
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    ATV Plow

    My neighbor bought one of those last year. He had to do some modifications to the mount for it to fit his arctic cat, but it worked out in the end. The steel is way lighter than what my cycle country plow is made of. So it will be less weight up front and easier to handle when moving it, but probably easier to tear up if you hit something with it. He also had an issue with the skids not adjusting low enough for the blade to fully contact the ground so he took them off completely for it to plow clean. For the money it is a decent plow.
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    First EVER harvest(s)!!!!

    Congrats. If you take the matriarch doe out first the younger deer are often confused and don't know how to respond. They would typically look to her and follow her lead but with her on the ground they aren't sure what they should do. If they do run off they usually return a short time later looking for her. If you want to double up that is definitely the best way to do it.
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    New for 2019 Easton FMJ T64 arrows

    Don't know if its true or not but a few guys posted on Archerytalk that they are supposed to retail for $299 per 6. So $600 a dozen, I think I'll pass
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    Primos Quickshot trail cam

    Sandisk 4 and 8 gb. when I used 16 or 32 I had some minor issues. I also had issues with them reading/writing to sony, kingston, and kodak cards of various sizes. The sandisk cards seem to work and the smaller ones work better than the bigger ones. I even tried them with some real old sandisk 512mb cards and they worked fine. These cameras are rated up to 32gb but the ones I have don't like the bigger cards no matter if its a class 4 or class 10.
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    Primos Quickshot trail cam

    Bushnell, primos, tasco, simmons are all vista outdoors company. That Primos from dicks is the same internal camera as the tasco's from walmart. They are very particular on what SD cards they will work with and to insure they stay working its best to format the cards when you change them out. I have a couple tascos out right now and they are OK but considering how much theft I see in areas I hunt they work well enough that I don't worry about loosing anything if they get taken. I actually have one of the primos cameras new in the package. I guess I should pull it out and test it. I've had white out issues with the primos ez cams I sent one back and they replaced it with a bulletproof camera. Funny thing is the white out issue was temperature dependent, during early season most pictures were over exposed but run the same camera in December and no white out at all. I thought it may be sun angle, etc but playing around with the cameras I learned it was temperature that was causing it. Now i put those cameras out during December and January and they work just fine.
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    Looking to buy a 1986 ATC 250R 3 wheeler

    Damn I miss my 250R I had an 86 that I did some work too. It was crazy fast, wound up selling it to my brother in law about 10 years ago. It was too fast for him so he was afraid to ride it. He sold it after it sat in his garage for 2 years and made money on the deal. I should have bought it back, but didn't have a place to ride anymore. If I would have known they were going to get the prices they are now I would have held onto it. Good luck finding one
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    450 BM advice/opinions

    The 450 BM will give you about 300fps more than an equivalent weight 20 ga sabot slug, so you can expect to see flatter trajectory and a bit more energy. As far as accuracy I would expect things to be more consistent shooting bore sized projectiles rather than plastic sabots and therefore you may see an advantage in the 450, but every firearm is different. I also handload so the the 450 would be my choice since I could work up a load for my rifle and my needs.
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