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Buck buck (also known as Johnny-on-a-Pony, or Johnny-on-the-Pony) is a children's game with several variants. One version of the game is played when "one player climbs another’s back" and the climber guesses "the number of certain objects out of sight." Another version of the game is played with "one group of players [climbing] on the backs of a second group in order to build as large a pile as possible or to cause the supporting players to collapse."
As early as the 16th century, children in Europe and the Near East played Buck, Buck, which had been called "Bucca Bucca quot sunt hic?". Pieter Bruegel's painting "Children's Games" (1560) depicts children playing a variant of the game.
In the United Kingdom, the game is sometimes called High Cockalorum, but has a large number of different names in various local dialects. These include: 'Polly on the Mopstick' in Birmingham, 'Strong Horses, Weak Donkeys' in Monmouthshire, 'Hunch, Cuddy, Hunch' in west Scotland, 'Mont-a-Kitty' in Middlesbrough, 'Husky Fusky Finger or Thumb' in Nottinghamshire, 'High Jimmy Knacker' in east London, 'Jump the Knacker 1-2-3' in Watford, 'Wall-e-Acker' or 'Warny Echo' in north West London, 'Stagger Loney' in Cardiff and 'Trust' in Lancashire. The game is sometimes played in the sergeants' or officers' messes of the British Armed Forces.
Looking to sell or trade my Buck 722 Spitfire pocketknife. This was custom made by Buck for SK Blades, and is called the "Dark Hornet" (I think only around a hundred of these were made). This has a black Cerakoted, S90V steel blade. The handle material is anodized aluminum. This knife is a...
For sale, two boxes of 100 count Remington Express Buckshot. $75 each, $140 for both. No shipping, agree on meeting place FTF. First come, first sale. Possible trade for Federal Vital Shok #4 buck or Fiocchi nickle plated #4 buck.
This is as low as $3.50 a box, pre-panic prices. It is 30 - 50...
About a year old. Lightly used. Its opened up the belly of 2 or 3 brookies and that's it.
It has BOS 5160 carbon steel blade.
Has a little patina forming on rear bolster, but other than that its flawless. No nicks or dings.
Used only slightly still pretty sharp unfortunately no holster but still in great shape looking to trade for a decent folder or auto may be able to add a little cash also looking for 92fs compact mags, sig p229 mags and other offers
All this ammo is brand new factory ammo in sealed boxes or ammo cans. Just downsizing my inventory. Pics attached are actual images of what is for sale.
Located in SE Portland. Free to meet anytime. If you see it listed, it IS still available. Willing to make package deals. PM me. Thank you...
Last year I went elk hunting for the first time and had an absolute blast. Learned a ton, feel in love with the hunt, spent a bunch of money prepping for 2019. Ha!
The guys I hunted elk with don’t deer hunt, however I would like to begin rifle deer hunting and would love to incorporate my kids...
Found this in the bottom of the safe. bayonet Buck knife M9 Phrobis lll. complete sheath web mount. Never seen a grinder or stone, speaking of stone, It is not broken. All the parts are there. $150.00
Shipping is on you.
During an email discussion with another forum member, I came to the conclusion that I really should have a HD shotgun. Not looking for some tactical gamer monstrosity, no pistol grip or Magpul FDE furniture, just a fairly standard looking pump with a shorter barrel and maybe an extended mag. I...
Cabela's drybox comes with 8 boxes of 25 rounds. 1 additional box with just 6 were leftovers from plinking so total of 206 rounds. Each round contains 27 pellets of #4 Buck.
I've never used this ammo for hunting so I can speak to that but they cycled through my cheap Mossberg 930 semi-auto...
Browning Buck Mark Camper, .22 Cal.
-Excellent condition. In the box.
-Molded Composite Pro Target Grip.
-5 ½” Bull barrel.
Has Tactical Solutions Pic rail (Includes stock Pro-Target rear sight/rail if you want to change back).
my buddy’s uncle drew the Klamath premium deer tag. He got a decent buck this weekend.
I would have held out for something bigger, but then again I’ve killed a lot of bucks bigger than this one. Still and all, not a bad meat buck.
Just filled my CH draw tag in unit 57, Black Pine mountain in the Sawtooth NF . Nice little meat buck around 13o lbs on the hoof.
Took him at 334yds (lazed) in a 15-17mph crosswind with a scoped Finn M39 and 150grn handloads.
Very grateful for a successful hunt.
Sorry for the long read, trying to figure out this hunting thing!
Cliff notes: friend and I are doing the Washington High Buck hunt from September 15-25 and are looking for some rough guidance.
So, my buddy and I are planning on doing the early buck hunt and wanted to know if anyone had...