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    Default A new gun with tons of ammo available!

    So a coworker of mine showed me this so I ordered me up one of these. I can't wait to try it out!
    With the hunting season for these critters just now upon us I figured I would share this.
    Ammo is unlimited as is the season and bag limits.




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    Seen these before on a BBQ forum. Looks like a great way to kill some time.

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    Now that looks like fun.

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    Ha that is cool you could have fun with that one. Bumble
    Bees would be big game I'm thinking!
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    Hmmm, I wonder if you could do an 'improved' heavy load version with kosher pickling salt?

    (BRWNBR, shooting bumble bees is bad karma.)
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    I've got 20 cans of Morton's for sale, $20/ea. This is the top notch granulated stuff. No more @ Sportsman's or Wal-Mart. Get it now before the government buys it all up!

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    I've got the bulk 25lb bags here at the house, guide surplus stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BRWNBR View Post
    I've got the bulk 25lb bags here at the house, guide surplus stuff.

    Yeah, but whoever buys it won't be a DIY fly hunter anymore...

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    I was hoping for a full auto version for Mosquito season!
    Maybe even a gatlin gun version for the sheer number of skeeters we get!
    btw I ain't buying your scalping prices on the salt. I have a grinder and can make up my own for much less! And I have enough components to last me awhile especially if I restrict it to mostly hunting use!
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    Looks too much like an assault gun to me, keep it quiet about this gun or the BATF will be all over this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BRWNBR View Post
    Ha that is cool you could have fun with that one. Bumble
    Bees would be big game I'm thinking!
    I wouldn't go after bumbles without a BugASalt Nitro Express as backup.

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    I just bought the whole tacticool setup for mine. Red dot, rail system, some awesome BUIS, a 500 round mag, zombie stickers, flash lights, night optics, the works. Bring it on undead flies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChugiakTinkerer View Post
    I wouldn't go after bumbles without a BugASalt Nitro Express as backup.
    You guys are talking smack about things you don't understand. Shooting a bumble bee is equivalent to shooting a Buddhist Monk. It's those **** horse flies you need the heavy fire power for!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DucksAndDogs View Post
    I just bought the whole tacticool setup for mine. Red dot, rail system, some awesome BUIS, a 500 round mag, zombie stickers, flash lights, night optics, the works. Bring it on undead flies.
    Yes, but did you buy all the multiple chokes available? I would think you would have to have a full for yellow jackets, but it would be a must to have at least a modified for that flock of white socks.......
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    Quote Originally Posted by iofthetaiga View Post
    You guys are talking smack about things you don't understand. Shooting a bumble bee is equivalent to shooting a Buddhist Monk. It's those **** horse flies you need the heavy fire power for!
    Yeah....I never kill a honey bee, but those da*n yellow jackets are sure fair game......
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    Well I just got home from work and my new gun was waiting for me.
    50 round capacity so don't go bringing one of these into New York or Colorado!
    Not much in the house so I checked out back by the trash cans. man what a fun little gun. I bagged 25 or 30 of those pesky critters. House flys that is and one small spider.
    Then my wife had to bring me some more ammo so the hunt could continue. My wife even bagged a couple herself.
    I wounded a few that I had to finish off and a few got away but I think they came back and got nailed later I'm not quite sure.
    Anyway I would recommend this gun for a little harmless backyard fun.
    It was hard to decide on what grain ammo to shoot. I was torn between regular iodized loads or the pickling kind.
    Later I plan to work up some custom loads with my seasalt grinder.
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