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Ruger Super Redhawk 10mm

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I picked up this gem. This will be my 1st scoped handgun. 10mm with a 6.5 inch barrel. It came with 13 moon clips. Here it is with a comparison with my snub nose 357.
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We shoot hogs on sight.
They are dangerous invasive pests that cause millions in crop damage every year, and destroy the land and ecosystems.
I talk alot of shit about my truck gun and defense scenarios, but the main reason I keep it there is to shoot hogs when I'm traveling the back roads.
We aren't really supposed to shoot or "Hunt" from a truck, but I may or may not have shot two hogs standing in the back of a Game Warden's truck using the cab as a rest.
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We hate wild hogs here, and everyone recognizes the problem. You can't control them with recreational hunting. We exterminate them with extreme prejudice.
It got so bad at Fort Benning about 15 years ago that the post was paying a bounty for hogs. We were shooting them from our trucks cruising the perimeter road at night馃槃
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I spent my senior year and graduated high school in Boone NC.
I spent a good amount of time on and off the AT.
I never saw a bear either, but they are there.

I would be more worried about Moose in Maine than a Bear. A pissed off Moose is no joke and will stomp you out.

Down here in south Ga, wild hogs are a real concern.
They aren't like those little 200lb Texas piggies. They get north of 700 lbs here and a mad sow will eat you if she thinks you are a threat to her piglets.
I spent some time clinging to a tree branch once, and Now I keep a handgun with me every time I'm in the woods.
What do you do with a 700 lb carcass out in the middle of nowhere? I've seen hogs and deer dressed but nothing that heavy.

I haven't been deer hunting for years. I learned the whole field to table routine as a teenager. The last few times I took the deer to a processor who packaged up the meat for me. Must be 15 years now since the last time. The older I get the less I like being cold and wet. I buy meat from the local butcher and Kroger. I was an active wing shooter for many years but now I just do clays. For the same reason. I do buy chicken and eggs from a small family operation near me. Nothing beats fresh eggs.

I tried to convince my wife to take on chickens, I would put up the coop but she would have to take care of them because I can't stand them. :) No dice.
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What do you do with a 700 lb carcass out in the middle of nowhere? I've seen hogs and deer dressed but nothing that heavy.

I haven't been deer hunting for years. I learned the whole field to table routine as a teenager. The last few times I took the deer to a processor who packaged up the meat for me. Must be 15 years now since the last time. The older I get the less I like being cold and wet. I buy meat from the local butcher and Kroger. I was an active wing shooter for many years but now I just do clays. For the same reason. I do buy chicken and eggs from a small family operation near me. Nothing beats fresh eggs.

I tried to convince my wife to take on chickens, I would put up the coop but she would have to take care of them because I can't stand them. :) No dice.
We leave them where they fall.
Buzzards will strip them to bones in a few days.
You aren't going to want to eat a 700lb musky hog.
The small ones are okay, but when they get older, they are far to gamey.
Taste like armpit. 馃あ
Deer are another matter entirely.
My buddy owns the local meat market, so we just field dress deer and drop them off.
Last year I had 187lbs of deer sausage made up. 馃榿
I'll end up giving half of it away, and eating the rest.
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My buddy owns the local meat market, so we just field dress deer and drop them off.
Last year I had 187lbs of deer sausage made up. 馃榿
I'll end up giving half of it away, and eating the rest.
My deer hunting buddy since we were kids got crippled up with rheumatoid arthritis at a young age and can't do it anymore. I went alone the last coupe of times and had to do all the work. I also ended up with a ton of sausage and gave a lot away. The steaks I prefer to marinate and grill. I also made more jerky than I could eat and gave a lot of that away too. My grandfather's recipe. It was really good. The very last time I went deer hunting I donated the meat to Hunters for the Hungry. It's nice to know how to unzip a buck to put meat on the table but it's just no fun anymore so I gave it up.
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My deer hunting buddy since we were kids got crippled up with rheumatoid arthritis at a young age and can't do it anymore. I went alone the last coupe of times and had to do all the work. I also ended up with a ton of sausage and gave a lot away. The steaks I prefer to marinate and grill. I also made more jerky than I could eat and gave a lot of that away too. My grandfather's recipe. It was really good. The very last time I went deer hunting I donated the meat to Hunters for the Hungry. It's nice to know how to unzip a buck to put meat on the table but it's just no fun anymore so I gave it up.
We usually grind the bigger deer into sausage or hamburger, except for the back strap.
Smaller ones get processed into various cuts.

Growing up like I did, we lose alot of the "thrill of the hunt" emotions early on, and hunt mainly to keep a full freezer.
It's still fun and all, but the magic is long gone, replaced by a craving for the taste, and a disgust at the price of beef.
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