beretta24 wrote:Then its safe to say there aren't any birds flying around with those anymore. Those are neat souvenirs Second Shot. I love reading about this kind of stuff.
doubletheshovel wrote:I claim to know nothing the tool makers taught me everything I know about plastic injection molds they are an engineers best friend and my migration report is out of town on business most of this month (my father) so I am trying to see if his buddy son to do some the bird watching
xrated wrote:I'm working on my girls SecondShot, but so far not much luck. Heck I can't even get them to eat duck.
I might be able to get my wife out in the blind with me if it was a warm day but she wouldn't shoot.
SECOND SHOT wrote:THE OLD MAN IS FEELING REALLY OLD THIS PAST WEEK. I WISH TO THANK THOSE OF YOU WHO HAVE BEEN POSTING REPLIES TO MY STORIES AND PICTURES. IT DID ME GOOD TO READ WHAT Bowhuntermitch HAS WRITTEN ABOVE. MAY I SUGGEST IF GRANDPA IS STILL WITH US TO ASK HIM IF THE DUCK HAD A LEG BAND ON IT, AND IF GRANDPA EVER CALLED IN THE BAND NUMBER. ALSO THE DUCK HAD TWO COLORED NASAL TAGS. YOU GUYS WHO ARE, "Engineers, should be smart enough to run the numbers, possible number of combinations, 6 shapes, 4 known colors, red, black, yellow and green" WE ARE WAITING TO HEAR FROM YOU. GREAT COMMENTS GUYS, THE OLD MAN ENDS WITH THIS THOUGHT, I AM STILL WAITING TO READ COMMENTS FROM THE GALS WHO LOVE WATERFOWL HUNTING.
CraZyMatt wrote:Well, I guess I'll see y'all on the internet.