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Squirrel Hunting Forums

Thursday, December 27th, 2007

I’m surprised that more people aren’t using the new forums. The forum is getting a ton of people, but no one is posting anything. If you have any questions about squirrel hunting, or you know of a good place to shoot squirrels, then head over there and let people know.

Squirrel Hunting Forums

I know a lot of squirrel shooters are worried about people finding out about where they shoot, but there really aren’t that many of us. The Squirrel Roundup in California gets less than a 100 shooters each year, so there can’t be that many hard core shooters out there who are going to go steal your best squirrel shooting spots. (Except for me and the Verminator of course.)

I added a “Gun Trader” section to the shooting forum, so that you can get rid of all the shooting equipment you really don’t need or want any more. I bought out a sporting goods store last year, so if you need anything in any of these categories, ask me, I probably have one… or two.

  • Reloading dies
  • Brass
  • Bullets (.45 gold dot, 7mm, 7mm A-Frame, .355, .356, .357, 9mm, 10mm)
  • Everything Black Powder (and I mean everything from bullets to nipples to whatever)
  • Odd sized loaded ammunition (6.5 Jap, 8mm, 7mm Mag., .270, 30-06, etc…)
  • Every scope base ever made
  • Butler Creek Scope Covers
  • RCBS shell holders, sizers, brushes, oils, etc…
  • Pulled 50 Caliber machine gun bullets (These things are heavy)
  • Shooting glasses
  • Shotgun Choke Tubes
  • Uncle Mike’s stuff (cuff cases, mag light cases, ammo cases)
  • Bags of reloaded rifle ammo mixed with empty brass

Squirrel Hunting Forums

Friday, December 21st, 2007

Justin sent me an email at the end of last month and asked if I’d put up a forum, so here it is:

You need to all go over there and look it over and see what I left out. The forum won’t be any fun unless a lot of us spend some time in there sharing stories, fighting about which rifle is the best for taking squirrels and then posting pictures of the ones that didn’t get away.

Those of us who do shoot squirrels also need to go in there and help the newbies out. With so much anti gun crap going on these days, we need to help and encourage those who still want to learn how to do it right.

So, Get Ready, Get Set….

GO post something!