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Old March 11, 2007, 05:57 PM   #62
armedtotheteeth
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Join Date: October 3, 2005
Location: podunk, Texas
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There is nothing quite as satisfying as "not" having to track a deer or pig that you dropped in its tracks with ammo you made with your own hands. I take pride in my ammo I make. i spend an absolute freakin ridiculous amount of time measuring the case and scrubbing it and trimming it and measuring the powder down to GNA ( Gnat's Ass) It is kinda like hunting for food. Deer meat cost the average Hunter about $700 a pound by the time you pay for Land, truck, gun ammo, license,corn, deer feeder, blind and for you "professionals" out there your $75 an hour or whatever. I do it cuz its fun, and it keeps me off the internet and off the couch.
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