Thursday, September 8, 2016

For you hunters out there


20 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hunting animals is decidedly more difficult than hunting humans. Animals can see movement, hear and smell hundreds of times better than humans. Hunting liberal socialists will be easy and considering how many suppressed hunting rifles are out here in 'fly-over country, they'll probably never even hear the long range shot that takes them out. Just talkin' truth to power here.

Anonymous said...

I think the Gubmint Goobers this message is intended for are too stupid (or arrogant)to think that someone might oppose them. I prefer that they don't have a clue what is coming for them whenever they decide to get out-of-control and this includes their bosses too. Just making my "Christmas Card List" in advance.

Unknown said...

Best for them that they remember this

skybill said...

Hi Matt,
The ".gov goobers" anymouse above mentions think AK's and AR's are "Baddass!!" and cringe at the sight of an "EBR!!" and freak out over them wanting the "autoloaders" banned!! 'Have to find the post soewhere but someone commented the difference between a AR, AK and a Mosin Nagant...... The govgoobers have no clue about the Mosin....... with the AK ya' can hit the .govgoober "inside" the barn, with the AR ya' can hit the .govgoober on the side of the barn at 60 yards, with the Mosin Nagant (7.62x54R) ya' can pop the .govgoober's mellon on the side of the barn from 2 "Parishes" over (I live in Louisiana)!!!!
"4-G" is going to be interesting!!
Got Gunz...........OUTLAW!!!!!!,
III%,
skybill-out

Anonymous said...

What makes anyone think there arent some hunters who will sign on to protect them ?

Yank

Anonymous said...

I don't own a single piece of camouflage clothing. I don't need to. Instead, I own khaki pants and golf shirts. I don't drive a big 4x4 truck, but rather a Subaru station wagon, since it's the perfect stealth vehicle for getting around my hunting grounds. The animals I might one day find myself stalking don't live in the woods, they live in the upscale suburbs west of DC, and they gather at golf courses, yoga studios, whole foods and Starbucks.

You guys can hide in the woods all you want, but you won't be doing us much good out there. All the real heavy-lifting will be done in the early mornings by the front doors of large homes in nice neighborhoods, or in grocery store parking lots on the weekends.

Anonymous said...

let's not forget our home field advantage.

Anonymous said...

A wise old vet once told me "Never let the mark know what's coming.
Adrenaline only complicates matters."

B-4 said...

Hunting has become a sport "with rules", instead of a way of life in a no holds bard table fare quest. I enjoy hearing tales from hunters who think they know how, and are the be all to hunt, what they consider dangerous game. One thing you never want to forget, when hunting on a two way, shooting is but 8-10% of the task. After you have told the word you are there be your target down or not, you still have to get home, all while being hunted by folks who do, or have done that for a living. Internet or couch hunting is somewhat different that the real thing and those hunting you will not be rookies, who only have internet or couch merit badges. Real world hunting is somewhat different than movies or dreams. There are those who took the oath many times over,and who are not going with any program that enslaves or disarms the American people. Projecting this country's will in lands where you are different is much harder, than where you grew up an live. When one ets's the training is still intact, and w/o being held back by "B/S ROE" one can bring all their talents to the table.

BTW the most effective person I've ever seen working the game of tag, was a very beautiful 28yo women, from just south of Moscow Russia. She was very brutal an to say effective, is an huge understatement. Be careful of that you wish.

B-4

T. Paine said...

Actually, no, gubmint shitbird, you cannot have my guns. If you try to take them, I'll draw you into my backyard, and hell, use your imagination.

Time HasCome said...

All of these alphabet agencies train mainly at less than 100 yards . But the next unpleasantness will mainly be at 500 yards and more . Great statement to make with this article .

Stephen J Carter said...

Seeing Hillary Clinton's head explode on a podium someday soon would be about the most inspiring thing I can imagine seeing. Imagine how America & the world would cheer! There are many Leftists who have done enormous harm in the world, who glory in seeing the destruction and corruption their policies cause, and who really very simply deserve to die. Of course I'd rather see them literally crucified, see their hands and ankles spiked to 2 timbers, and allowed to die in pain over the following 48 hours. Their. Treason. Deserves. Nothing. Less.

Anonymous said...

I don't get it, why are you giving the hunters your guns?

Anonymous said...

Let me just say, for the record and as a hunter myself, that baiting your prey is NOT ethical.

*Places 100 dollar bill at base of hickory tree*

Millwright said...

Never have understood the "braggadocio" so often appearing in these forum when the subject is resisting government. The best spy and the best assassin goes completely unnoticed - before and after - the event !

Allen said...

I'm reminded of the part of "unintended consequences" where the prairie dog shooters kill the ATF agents at long range with zero risk to themselves.

T. Paine said...

^^^^Allen I'm reading for the umpteenth time my copy of UC and loving every word of it. My favorite book of all time second only to the Holy Bible.

Anonymous said...

"Never have understood the "braggadocio" so often appearing in these forum when the subject is resisting government."

It's called 'trash talkin', my friend. Intended to rattle the opposition and maybe cause them to make unforced errors. Errors like thinking we are just a bunch of loud-mouth rednecks and giving them a false sense of superiority.

But don't fret. There's still plenty of room for surprise when the time comes.

Anonymous said...

Many collectivist-hating, second amendment advocate Republicans also live in the affluent neighborhoods described above. So be careful who you make a target. You might be targeting one of our own!

- Old Greybeard

FedUp said...

For all you fans of Curt Behnke and Orville Crocker:

The first of Matt Bracken's "Enemies Trilogy" features an Attorney General getting his head blown off at a golf tee with a bolt action target pistol and a Senator getting it in the heart at 550 yards on her own patio with a Mosin-Nagant and a budget 3x9 scope.