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Leave Fork stick at home, uselessss.....
Posted by aksalcha on Dec 10 2004
Oh geezzzz who in their right mind would take a forked stick hunt'n' such powerfull sure to file the rough edges off the forks as not to get hanged up while shoving them though your eyeballs into your brain to end your pain and misery after being mauled by a big gray.

Always take more gun then nesssary I perfer a Barrett M82 with explosive tips rounds as they have sufficiant stopping power.

I know some highly expereicned expert out there would consider this wanton waste of game, and also may consider it a bad hunting gun. But what the heck, more power to him who speaketh with Fork Stick....

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