Recent content by jbullard1

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    Right rifle scope

    I have switched to Vortex on most of my guns and binoculars. With my eyes Vortex is way better than anything Leopold offers. Nikon is a close 2nd. I have a 6x20x50 on my 6.5 Grendel and we made a 1 shot kill at 385 yards in low morning light. I have a pair of Leopold binoculars that are...
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    Cant wait been watching have being seeing several long beards

    Do you want to borrow my Turkey Gun :)
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    Any moderators around to kick these weed sellers off of here?

    I am a Moderator with NO power to do anything. Before the forum was sold I could have removed these.
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    Noxubee county rut? Did it actually happen?
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    12/24/2020 10 point

    I hope he passed some of his bloodline on. :)
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    12/24/2020 10 point

    Nice Buck Dusty, Did you have him on camera any?
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    Looking for a youth .243 or 7mm-08

    Where are you located?
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    Cell phone coverage

    And just think I DO NOT have or want a cell phone.
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    Under $400 Youth .243

    All I have shot it was to zero the scope. It is a full size one I bought as a gift but ended up having to keep it. It shoots fine. It is the full size version
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    Cell phone coverage

    You always have the option to turn the phone OFF
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    Under $400 Youth .243

    The Remington 700 is a fine gun, I dont know anything about the Mossbergs. I suggest you try a Ruger American Compact rifle I own 3 of them a 30-06 a 243 and a compact 7mm-08 that my wife hunts with
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    New to Bow-Hunting

    Also check out Cabelas, Baspro, You may have to order one
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    New to Bow-Hunting

    Traditional long bows and recurves have gone the way of the traditional flintlock and caplock muzzleloaders. You may get lucky finding one but probably will have to go to a custom Bow Maker
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    Hog Hunting?

    Read this section carefully. Hours/Season: Landowners and leaseholders may hunt nuisance animals year-round at any time of day or night with no weapon/caliber restrictions on property titled in their name or otherwise owned, or leased by them. Designated agents (persons with permission) of the...