Jump to content

Lawdwaz

Members
  • Posts

    18570
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    122

Lawdwaz last won the day on June 26 2022

Lawdwaz had the most liked content!

2 Followers

About Lawdwaz

  • Birthday 08/16/1961

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Right Here.....

Extra Info

  • Hunting Location
    Everywhere
  • Hunting Gun
    Variable
  • Bow
    Yes
  • HuntingNY.com
    Scratched on mens room wall in gun club

Recent Profile Visitors

43104 profile views

Lawdwaz's Achievements

Grand Master

Grand Master (14/14)

  • Conversation Starter Rare
  • Dedicated Rare
  • Reacting Well Rare
  • Posting Machine Rare
  • Collaborator Rare

Recent Badges

18.2k

Reputation

  1. Millions of Butler Creek flip up lens caps have been sold over the last 40 (?) years and most people seem to be ok with them, myself and probably many ex and current members here. Oh I’m sure there’s a few that have lost one or two or they plain wear out (both have happened to me) but no big deal you buy another. They are priceless on those snowy/rainy days.
  2. All good on my end as I’m allowed out noon Friday till Sunday 6pm for browsing the www.
  3. Ohhhhh I think it’s much more complicated for some than others. Put your thumb on a table and whack it with a book, it’ll be less painful in the long run when viewing some posts.
  4. He won’t buy anything. We’ve been down this road a few times.
  5. I checked and found nothing in my stash. Btw, my 7mm-08 brass for my NULA is Lapua headstamp .308 Winchester. I necked it down with no issues a number of years ago.
  6. I MIGHT have some for you but then again I might have gotten rid of them already. I had a Remington 722 in 257 Roberts but sold it a while ago. I’m foggy on what I did with the cases. Ill try and remember to check in the morning.
  7. I checked on work today and the field to the south looks like a barnyard. Also, I don’t think I’ll need to trim the shrubs in front of the yellow house for awhile. They decimated them the las couple days.
  8. No argument from me on the 243.
  9. Ahhh flip of a coin. He asked about a 25-06, I responded in a way as not to change his mind. Personally I wouldn't own one BECAUSE I own a 7mm-08. In the big scheme of things, who cares? Just keep on truckin'.......new guns in any chambering (except those dreaded 223 Remington and 243 Winchester bastards) should always be encouraged. Merry Christmas belated you lugnuts.
  10. Sure, why not? Recoil should be between the 243 and 30-06 obviously and surely tolerable, if not enjoyable DEPENDING on the weight of the rifle. 117gr bullets of good construction will hammer any game you point them at in NYS and most of North America. What gun are you pondering?
  11. Brisket, low chest or that dreaded “no man’s land”?? It happens and it’ll make you a better Hunter.
  12. It helps considerably with a frozen or semi frozen deer. That was my interest......
  13. I had a friend inject and air up my buck (maybe you saw my post on the OTHER site?) from opening day last month and was very surprised at how well it worked. My buck was gutted and had three holes in it; two shots, one exited and one didn't. My friend injected my buck in at least four spots, two in the hindquarters and two in the front shoulders. Maybe the neck too? It didn't take more that a couple minutes to do it and it did make a difference. You're not using a hand bicycle pump are you?
  14. What is your gun zeroed at and what's the drop at 150 yards?
×
×
  • Create New...