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January 8, 2001, 07:56 AM
Long story short. My son spotted two dogs,shot from the back of the pickup using a Mini-14,stock.
Well this dog fell over,stood up,wiggled,fell over,stoodup,wiggled fell over and finaly got to it's feet and slowly crawled to the hole.
Funnest thing I have seen. Buck and I figured he just gave the dog a hair cut and shockwave got him.
January 8, 2001, 09:02 AM
[Edited by muleshoe on 01-09-2001 at 07:55 AM]
January 8, 2001, 12:56 PM
the p-dog wasn't hit! I have shot enought with a 22lr to know a hit. No blood,tissue.
January 8, 2001, 01:50 PM
I am for ethical hunting and providing a good example for youth. Still, I doubt that a prarie dog hit with a .223 round would behave as described.
Regards to all.
January 8, 2001, 03:23 PM
Did you hit low maybe? We used to shoot whistle pigs (ground squirrles in ID) with our 10/22's. If you'd hit low and spray dirt/sand in their faces they'd do wierd things, running around in circles looking for thier hole, or just strait out make a run for it across the prarie.
January 8, 2001, 11:20 PM
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January 9, 2001, 12:19 AM
You guys are cruel! Sick, sick, sick, I say!
Ya oughta trap them--humanely--and then tie 'em to a tree for coyote bait.
It doesn't take *near* as many coyotes to make a nice jacket.
January 9, 2001, 06:40 PM
I've seen critters do similar things. I had about 7 groundhogs in my backyard in the beginning of the summer. Now I'm down to one. Anyway, I shot one of them (.22lr)and the screwy thing did a flip. He landed, paused, and ran back to his hole despite being hit with two addition well placed shots. Tough lil bugger.
January 25, 2001, 12:23 AM
Must have been a close shave!!!!!:D
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