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mark hay
 
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Postby mark hay » December 8th, 2008, 1:02 pm

dagummit ridgerunner,,, thats a movin' recollection. i felt like runnin' to my hillside sportin' room , grabbin' up the first box call i could find, AND EMMIT FORTH A SWEET , SOFT PURR,, PURR,,PURRR...CLUCK
HEY !!!we just might have to organize the 2 3/4 club of OL' FARTS!

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RE: oldschoolturkeytactics

Postby trkyklr » December 9th, 2008, 1:51 am

wrong topic my bad,thought i was in the ol'fart column

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RE: oldschoolturkeytactics

Postby Va.ridgerunner » December 9th, 2008, 3:51 am

Mark,
If the dues aren't too high I'll join.  First motion will be to nominate you prez.  Wish there was some way to get us all together.  There is a spring that pours fresh clear cold water out of the mountain on our way to our Pa. camp.  We always stop and mix up a little branch water and toast- to the ones who came before, the ones who are here and to the ones who will come after.  I'll have an extra this spring to the 2 3/4 club.

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Postby mark hay » December 9th, 2008, 12:17 pm

boy,,,RIDGERUNNER
Idon't know 'bout the prez part ,,,but the rest sounds good. this takes us back toTRKYKLR's thread,,,,,IF.
i'd give up one of 2 tags and two weeks of season if we could all get together 'round that spring ,,,some spring!
OH !! DON'T TELL TRKYKLR I SAID THIS ,,, BUT I THINK HE'S AN OL' FART AND HE DON'T KNOW IT!!!

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RE: oldschoolturkeytactics

Postby trkyklr » December 9th, 2008, 12:35 pm

i look @ myself as more of a middle aged turd..but i would join your club ide have to buy a new box of shells mine are 3 1/2"

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RE: oldschoolturkeytactics

Postby mark hay » December 9th, 2008, 1:05 pm

OK 
ridgerunner nominated me, though it ain't been voted on, i'm gonna make an EXECUTIVE ORDER,,,the only 3 inch shells allowed in turkey camp will be .410. you reckon that'l raise a few hackles?
you got any idea how many #6s are in a 410? i ain't ,,, i'll have to look at my book.

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Postby mark hay » December 10th, 2008, 12:18 pm

been thinkin' 'bout the .410 .
i hope something like this never happens . what if the law only allowed the .410 for turkeys? would we ALL run out to buy or trade for one? or would we quit turkey hunting?
my reloading manual lists 2 loads ,,, 1/2 oz. & 11/16 oz.
1/2 @ 1200 fps            11/16 @ 1135 fps
1/2 oz. of #6s is approx. 112 pellets,,,,thats less than 1/3 of my 1 5/8 oz. load i'm using now.  
i'd like to try it sometime, but wouldn't want to be forced to . tom would need to be close  don't you think?

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Postby trkyklr » December 10th, 2008, 12:28 pm

close ain't the word but i'de NEVER quit,i'll throw rocks @ them if thats what i had to do,but i always got my stick & string

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RE: oldschoolturkeytactics

Postby greyghost » January 2nd, 2009, 2:53 am

[:D] Sounds like a few of us here could join Morgan's "Old Timers Gobbler Club" But then we would all have to wear brown ties. [:)]
 
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RE: oldschoolturkeytactics

Postby wisturkeyhunter » January 2nd, 2009, 5:45 am

I'm to young to join and I use 3.5 inch shells but I do hunt them without a blind or decoy not because I think I'm better then anyone else but because its more enjoyable that way.

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