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    Welcome aboard!! Great bunch of folks here. If you can think of a question,one or many will help you if at all possible. Cheers!

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    Pull the battery and keep it as a backup AND a reminder!😂

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    I've had mediocre to terrible shipping damage of pellets from Midway,Amazon,and Field supply. No problems with other items though.

    If I want to roll the dice,Vegas is lots more fun.The other folks have the best advice on suppliers and undamaged pellets.

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    I'll guess nobody here has ever seen or heard of a "Crease" on a truck hood or cab roof?

    OUCH buddy I feel your pain.

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    Well Done getting the updated info!! You must have a better telephone number to contact than me.I'm still waiting on a callback.

     

    The F & G concerns about power and calibers are valid. There are many "road hunters" that converge here in Idaho every hunting season. Plenty of locals too. Following up in the spring time shows numerous winter kills from wounding.

    All weapon types are represented. PB's,muzzle loaders,archery etc. It seems few people practice before going afield or commit to tracking a wounded animal based on conversations with many of "Those guys".

    I agree that we airgunners must set a far better sportsmanship example. We will be under more scrutiny as the new kids.

    The upside will be for awhile the average person will not go into Wally world and kit up the night before "The big hunt".

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    Steve part of me wants to see the 50 & 100yd groups outta da box.

    The other side of me would love to see both re shot with the tweaked trigger.

    Easy for me,I'm not the guy on a timeline 😂 Cheers !!

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    My local F & G folks know nothing about it.      "You're the first guy to bring it up".

    So it looks like I'll be contacting Boise AND carrying a printed copy of the regs into the field with me.

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    They do NOT taste like chicken however.

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    Welcome to the gang! Looking forward to your unique perspective from SA.

    LOADS of experienced and knowledgeable folks here.

    Btw;In Tennessee we called those armadillos "Possum on the half shell".

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    As an Idaho resident and airgunner, this is welcome news. I applaud the efforts by the named as well as the not named in this endeavor.

    Bravo to one and all !!

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    If you are that concerned,go to Donnie's site and print off the legal info he has & carry it with you.

    You're probably not the only concerned guy.

    I agree that (most) LEO types are professional, a few other's operate differently.

    Head it off before it devolves into a case of "You might be right,but I'm righter".

    ALL the LEO types I've encountered are way more interested in what my Hi tech BB gun is,and usually ask to handle & shoot it.

    Your mileage might vary……….

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    I built a hitch and small trailer with a Thule carrier mounted to it. My bike (was) a BMW and nobody was any the wiser. Weighed very little and I could barely tell it was following behind. A very common sight on most roads that cruisers travel on.

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    A big truck rubber mudflap or heavy conveyor belting works very well and can be had for minimal or no cost.

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    My shooting background was similar to Toms' experience,and I agree with his response 100%.

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    Joe you are indeed a fortunate man. I'll just say I have retirement party envy!  Congrats Joe !!!!

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