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post #41 of 43 (permalink) Old 02-01-2017, 10:07 AM
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Flash said: All the single shot lovers can continue on their course but make mine a semiautomatic.

I'm basically a gun owner who enjoys shooting single shot,semi's and everything in between. As I have aged, I prefer singleshot's when hunting to all others for several reasons. They are lighter and easier to handle,make me a better hunter,are safer to operate especially where over crowded areas are concerned.

I personally think common sense should dictate what type of firearm should be used in certain areas, and it should be up to the state to enforce common sense laws to keep hunters as safe as possible,while letting them enjoy the hunt.Lets face it....We have responsible hunters and slobs who hunt. You never know who your going to run into in the woods.
Where I hunt here in the NW part of the country I hunt on land that I rarely see another hunter. So much land and very few hunters.Back east where I grew up, the scene was just the opposite. We don't even require hunter orange to be used by adults here. I wouldn't even think about deer hunting back east without wearing it. To each his own! I like to target shoot both types, hunt with single shots and keep my semi's for personal defense. Just my personal preference!

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post #42 of 43 (permalink) Old 02-01-2017, 10:42 PM
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been wanting a .22 mag semi for varmit calling. guess its time!!

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