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Old October 11, 2012, 09:31 PM   #23
robhof
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That squirrel story reminded me of my experience with a squirrel and too much gun for the job. I was sitting in a tree stand when a squirrel above me started chattering and sending bits of limbs down on me, the last straw was when squirrel droppings fell on me. I had my 357 for back up gun and always carried a speedloader of 38 wadcutters, sighted the rat in and pulled the trigger, caught him just behind the shoulder and down came the back half with the tail. I kept it and cooked it up just for spite, tasted good and was half cleaned.
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