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Good story from the ruger talk website

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by balline36m3, Dec 12, 2014.

  1. balline36m3

    balline36m3 Yakima WA Active Member

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  2. Omar

    Omar New Member

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    Great story, lol. Never be the decoy!
     
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    mjbskwim Salmon,Idaho Well-Known Member

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    A friend told me his story of squeaking away when he felt something on the side of his head..... a cougar's nose!
    Apparently,the cat,his shotgun and himself went 3 different directions.
     
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  4. balline36m3

    balline36m3 Yakima WA Active Member

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    That would end in some soiled pants for sure
     
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  5. Sgt Nambu

    Sgt Nambu Oregon Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    Great tale! To speak too the sharpness of predatory bird talons I rescued a downed Coopers Hawk from some dogs at my local city park. I captured him easily enough and carried him home. Now comes the fun part, releasing into a small box! I did it with due diligence but not quick enough! The darned hawk did a kind of flip, got a talon into my finger and opened me up like a can of ripe tomatoes! A razor blade couldn't have done better! Six stitches!
    Glad to say the Audubon Society healed the bird and released it back into our neighborhood.
    I have also had a coyote barrel into my position! Quite a thrill!o_O