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Remington nylon 66 Seneca Green

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17 hours ago, HillbillyD said:

Never seen the green one.  


Yes, they are the rarest of the bunch. Most people think it's very green when in fact it's more of a greenish hue under the correct lighting.  The total number of these originally  produced was about 42k in the beginning of the production of the nylon 66 compared to the millions of the Mohawk brown.  

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Until I was 35 when I lived in the mountains, I used the Mohawk as a frog gun. Much easier than gigging. I taped a flashlight to the forearm and could do head shots at 15 yards seeing their red eyes glowing. Cow ponds were my favorite haunts where the grass grew next to and in the water. Where I lived there were no cottonmouths, the mean and thoroughly asshole snakes of Tennessee.

One night a buddy and I got 63 big bullfrogs.  That's a lot of big frog legs. He didn't want them to eat. I did. Cleaning 63 bullfrogs after night shooting is a chore, but damn delicious.

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