mtsooner wrote:Any hunter that attempts to push me out of a public spot, anywhere in the country, will first meet Mr. Glock 10mm, then he'll get a friendly visit from a local game warden.
We all pay taxes for access to land we can't afford or that's not for sale and never will be. I just moved to Texas and haven't even been out hunting yet, but my God, you guys are making it sound like it's some sort of elitist club on the water, and if you show up to have a nice hunt, some jackwagon will ruin it! Hardly speaks highly of Texas sportsmen. I hope it's not as bad as it sounds. There are PLENTY of birds for all of us!
Ummmmmmmmmmm. Yes ... GREAT idea, because a deadly conduct charge is worth filing a hunter harassment charge.
The good do exist within the entitled. Leave the pistol at home. I'm not sure what you're trying to prove with that comment, but you're going to end up dead with that kind of mentality. If they don't get you first while your brandishing a weapon ... they might wait for you at the dock with an AR.