Discussion in 'Canadian Patients' started by gb123, Apr 15, 2017.
Twisted He is referring to your comment about a "politician needs some hot lead in her temple..."
from the other day,,,,but we all know you meant nothing by it and that its just an off handed remark ...so no worries.
Torontoke is just holding you to your comment is all, I'm sure he also knows it was just a off handed comment...
and that you meant no ill intent...
as far as GB though...I have fished with him before and there was zero gun play on the ice.....To that I can attest,,,,lol
I know what he was referring to but I can't figure out how he construed it as a threat.
Never been fishing with GB, but I do go halibut fishing.....
I have never fish Halibut....does it require a gun? serious inquiry?
You use a gun to kill the big ones before you bring them on the boat. They can do some serious damage if they're flopping around. I've never shot one, but I've been on a boat where he had to. The big ones are off the west coast of the island and you need a bigger boat that what I have!
So if you know what I was referencing to then I do not need to remind you, fact is if you are a gun owner and you are saying things like "Oh I wish that bitch gets hot lead to the head" I would say that is very irresponsible of you, and that just proves my point even more about guns and the type of people that love them......
Ya I figured that would be the reason....you just have to see a sword fish or marlin leap into a boat and start thrashing
to justify carrying a gun....and its also a good reason to shoot a hole it the boat maybe too.
Thank you to both of you for discussing this and keeping your heads whilst doing so...
guns are just one of those type of topic's
lol not that time
but there have been a few occasions up Parry Hoot Way where Plinking was all day! .....the kids have a blast shootin cans on the ice when the fish arent biting,
Just a reg 10/22 for non stop action! The thing is a work horse for a semi..
They shoot Large Halibut so they dont hurt anyone or destroy equipment..
I think they have put an end to large butt fishing out west though..yer good with 40 to 60 or I thin yer allowed one over 100 pounds? not sure but I dont think you can keep the real giants anymore unless yer commercial. I could be wrong lol
Halibut and Tuna both have been taking the hit commercially....big demand by hungry humans...
and huge paychecks for huge fish...some tune can hit 20 grand plus per fish...
so its no wonder why they fish for them so hard....just watch "wicked tuna" and you will see what I mean.
hey and all the stuff is on Kodi...no more TV..
I never said that at all...please don't accuse me of uttering threats. I said the cure to Kellie Lietch's stupidity would be 12 ounces of lead to the temple...I did not threaten to shoot her nor did I encourage anyone else to. I would not be upset if she did it herself, though.
You wouldn't appreciate me taking something you said and twisting it to accuse you of something that you didn't say, please try to show the same respect.
If fish this size are not completely played out (not something you want from a meat quality standpoint) they need to be dispatched and bled very quickly.
The first is 175 lb, the second is 275 and either can easily break bones (mine and yours) & generally make hash out of people and gear in a boat.
I prefer a stainless S&W .44 special for this purpose.
BTW, I don't kill the big breeders any longer - these fish were taken around 10 years ago.
people forget the laws on the ocean are much different than land..
dont forget your ear plugs usin that 44
nice fish mr!
Nice ones and butt ugly....no wonder you shoot them...lol joking
looks like you had plans for a nice dinner there fella,,,
Yep. I'm a back woods hick. I'm also a smart mofo.
I was robbed at gun point at 16. I see the world for what it is. Some people just want to do harm and wrong.
I carry a side arm every day and just so you know twice and possible third time I was in a situation where I could've killed someone and been in the legal right with no charges. I didn't. I have no desire to kill.
I feed and protect my family with my guns.
Not only feed them but make memories with my kids and pass on the knowledge that my father taught me.
This turkey was delicious and the memory made with my son precious.
I say you know very little about guns. Why? Don't know. Maybe get a little experience and realize its not the gun. Its the person pulling the trigger.
lol wad you do?
I did nothing but post information for people to see and decide for themselves.
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