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alleycat72

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alleycat72 last won the day on June 1 2013

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About alleycat72

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    Puts the lotion in the basket
  • Birthday 09/11/1973

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    Columbia, TN

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  • Carry Weapon #1
    9mm XDM

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  1. LOL Has to be the ugliest thing I've ever seen, but if it works.........
  2. 1: Get a permit from the TWRA. 2: Have them put yourself and someone you trust that has night vision or Thermal on the permit. 3: Shoot them at night.
  3. And I've been looking for a cross draw for my ruger bisley 480.....
  4. If you have a lifetime permit, take your birth certificate. You'll need it.
  5. Anyone know notice more conservative adds and suggested stuff from Facebook?
  6. I live outside the city limits of Columbia. The rules are: My land = my rules. I shoot when ever I want and nothing much can be said about it. I however am not an A-hole. I try to be curious to my neighbors. This essentially means suppressors for as many guns as possible.
  7. Different hammer, but I'm pretty sure the trigger geometry is the same.
  8. This is not encouraging.
  9. I bet I know what that's going on.
  10. Anyone know a good gunsmith that does trigger jobs on Ruger Bisleys?
  11. With a permit from TWRA all bets are off. The rules are clearly stated on the permit. We hunt deer at night with suppressed rifles equipped with thermal and night vision. We can keep the meat but not any horns. Any bucks shot and the game warden has to be called so he can collect the horns. I've been on permits where the horns must be cut off and left in the field. It's up to the TWRA agent that issues the permit. You have to prove the animal in question is doing damage. If coyotes are killing chickens and you get a permit, it's any means necessary. You are also liable for everything you do. Kill someone's dog and you're toast.
  12. The land owner needs a permit from TWRA for game animals if they need to be shot out of season. They have to be causing damage. They also need a permit for predators at night. Again, they have to be causing damage. You can be put on the permit.

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