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    Just having a trial run posting a photo




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    I dont fancy falling face first into all that sh*t Brian!

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    Nice little pooch that! Is he a good beast?He looks on the ball
    Is that a semi auto u have there? My dad just put 1 of his dogs down on thursday poor beast went blind within a month,not sure why he was only 10!!!

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    EK I've fallen on my ar*se in it enough times, not as bad as it looks, quite firm, but don't shoot that area very often, that is an old photo taken for a shooting magazine (Sporting Shooter) in 2004. (Article about the club)

    An this photo was on the front cover



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    Sorry to hear about the sad loss of your dog
    Bruce was an outstanding dog, best one I've ever had, put Labs to shame with his retrieving, and steady and reliable in the beating line, and my constant companion and I took him to work everyday, I lost to a breathing problem about 6 months after that photo was taken, broke my heart, only 11 1/2
    I have an everlasting reminder of him, this photo was taken in 1998 for Shooting Times, another article on the club, and in the same spot as the other article


    and was the front cover photo in Dec 2004 6 months after I lost him.

    It's an O/U Lanber 3" Magnum

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    Your not shooting crows again are you Brian

    Sorry about the dog though, that's why I won't get one no more, they break your heart to much when they go

    RIP Melvin, and Bruce too

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    2buck no,not allowed to shoot anything other than Wildfowl on the river

    Yes it does hurt bad when you lose a good a good mate (dog) but for all the heartache that causes, I still want one around, the good times, companionship with them far outweigh the pain of losing them

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    Me and the then Club Chairman in his punt from the same article



    This Puntgun was built by a friend of mine, along with the Punt, and there is a short video clip on the net of it being fired, it's 3 x 9 bore barrels


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    i think you were aiming in the wrong direction Brian, looks like there's some sheep right behind you

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    i think you were aiming in the wrong direction Brian, looks like there's some sheep right behind you
    Hehehe typical 2buck!The only guy who would get a semi looking at that photo.........

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    317098_2015026772251_1141270118_31694997_513683699_n.jpgnever been much of a hunter myself. BUT I LOVE TO FISH!!

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    nice one

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    The opening minute of this clip shows that puntgun being fired and a majority of the rest of the video is on the my local river where the above photos were taken, I've known these 2 for a great number of years.
    And yes I sat in the same place as they did in a Snowstorm (different day)

    http://vimeo.com/1044585

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian S View Post
    The opening minute of this clip shows that puntgun being fired and a majority of the rest of the video is on the my local river where the above photos were taken, I've known these 2 for a great number of years.
    And yes I sat in the same place as they did in a Snowstorm (different day)

    http://vimeo.com/1044585
    Laughing my arse off

    You guys call that a blizzard, you like to hunt in the snow. Came to Canada to hunt some canadien geese then, Or better yet, try some grizzly bear, where you might become the hunted.

    That puntgun is awesome, My father owned something kind of like that, just not as wicked. It was a bench gun, it weighed about 40 pounds (guessing) and you had to nail it down on a stump. It could take a 50 cal slug, or you could load it with shot. And more barrels circled around the 50 cal barrel that could be loaded with more shot. The barrel was about 4" round, and it had 2 triggers, one to fire the 50 cal barrel, the other to fire all the barrels at once.

    Said when they were kids , they would turkey hunt with it, they would put feed out, wait for them to eat, then whistle, the turkeys would lift their heads , then they would let all the barrels un load

    Actually, I googled bench gun and found these pics (incase you thought I was full of it) http://s52.photobucket.com/albums/g5.../Bresien%2050/ this one is kind of like it, minus the 2 triggers, and the extra (think 4) barrel's holes that circled round the 50 cal slot/hole

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    How to cook a Canadian goose..
    Find a soup stone ,, small smooth rock.
    Fill pot with water -veggies and what-not
    Place goose in pot . When the goose Is done ,,,Eat the soup stone.


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    We have your canadian geese here, They are a pest for us, I think they damage crops etc.

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    Tedbear1.jpgTedPaw.jpgTedbear1.jpgthis is what you find in cunuck land

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian S View Post
    The opening minute of this clip shows that puntgun being fired and a majority of the rest of the video is on the my local river where the above photos were taken, I've known these 2 for a great number of years.
    And yes I sat in the same place as they did in a Snowstorm (different day)

    http://vimeo.com/1044585
    Not sure about that punt gun!!! Its a fair beast!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by moore View Post
    Tedbear1.jpgTedPaw.jpgTedbear1.jpgthis is what you find in cunuck land
    Thats a fare best Moore!! Nae sure my new gun would manage that 1!!!!!(have 2 be a bit close or i would just p"ss it of)

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    Quote Originally Posted by moore View Post
    Tedbear1.jpgTedPaw.jpgTedbear1.jpgthis is what you find in cunuck land
    omg thats f##king huge is that recent

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    Quote Originally Posted by crack filler View Post
    omg thats f##king huge is that recent
    Google Killer grizzly -Alaska.

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