That's funny as s*** dude! My first response would be "Who cares? Question is...are there enough gussets availble to evenly distribute the load?"
Is that "Gussied" or "Gusset"?
Nabbed my first 3 Groundhogs! Whoop!
3 down 3,000,243 to go!
I felt kind of bad about it at first....until I looked at my last bill for 22 linear feet of foundation being mudjacked... then smi-i-iled <insert Lily Allen's sweet voice>
Last edited by nocturn; February 13th, 2013 at 04:24 PM.
I have that Stoeger X20 Suppressor so *UBER* dialed-in from 20-40 yards, its not even funny. I could take a match-head out from 40 yards with how I have it setup right now. Its amazing that a frigging air gun can be sooo damn accurate from so far away. I mean its nasty, nasty, nasty how much muzzle velocity this damn thing generates. And to carry such a heavy-ass .22 pellet so far and on plane, its really uncanny. That pellet only drops about a 1/8" while in flight, from 40 yards...and that's with a Domed, 14.5 grain lead pellet! I could easily put a pointed alloy, 9-ish grain pellet dead center in a 1 inch target from 80 yards with minor or no scope adjustments at all...although I'd break MACH straight out of the barrel and make a bigass racket which defeats the purpose. Groundhog #1 died with a clean and instant kill, head shot from 30-ish yards. I watched the pellet and it made a ever-so-slight diviation to the left but was within a 16th of an inch of hairs. I'll blame that on the wind. Groundhog #2 was too easy from slightly more than 10 yards (33-ish feet). I didn't even see it hit, it was so fast. I made a quick Parallax adjustment, pulled the plug and dude was sleeping with the Groundhog angels. Quick and easy, just how it should be. Groundhog #3 was a bit of a bitch. He was about 36-40 yards away and moved his noggin as soon as I shot. The pellet hit the brush behind him exactly where I was aiming but...he only bought himself a few more minutes on the clock. I sat in the same spot for 10 minutes when he popped up...and promptly got dispatched.
Yeah, it sucks and I hate doing what I'm doing but as I've mentioned previously in this thread, Im at the endgame. Im paying the price of someone that lives on water and lives with a out-of-control animal. I've done EVERYTHING humanly possible to have these rats controlled and it hasnt worked so my conscience is clear.
Last edited by nocturn; February 13th, 2013 at 04:12 PM.