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#3664135 - 05/06/14 03:05 PM Re: Stepping on the head? [Re: SX3Mike]
Boll Weevil
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Registered: 06/26/11
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 Originally Posted By: SX3Mike
Nitro H517 and a Rhino choke and they are 9 times out of 10 dead before they hit the ground.

That's what I'm talkin'bout. I don't shoot Nitros but the vast majority hit the ground like an anvil fell on their neck.

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#3664144 - 05/06/14 03:16 PM Re: Stepping on the head? [Re: Boll Weevil]
Huntaholic
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Registered: 10/22/00
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LMBO! Ive never seen so many pansies before in my life! I grab em by the neck. Once I get my hand around that neck, hes dead. end of story. Ive NEVER been spurred doing it this way either. He may try to walk up your body, but he aint going to spur you. Apparently yall are too far removed from the days of watching grandma wring a chickens neck!
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#3664146 - 05/06/14 03:19 PM Re: Stepping on the head? [Re: Huntaholic]
Setterman
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Registered: 12/31/09
Posts: 2396
Loc: Knoxville, TN

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 Originally Posted By: Huntaholic
LMBO! Ive never seen so many pansies before in my life! I grab em by the neck. Once I get my hand around that neck, hes dead. end of story. Ive NEVER been spurred doing it this way either. He may try to walk up your body, but he aint going to spur you. Apparently yall are too far removed from the days of watching grandma wring a chickens neck!


I've got a nice scar on my stomach from doing what you describe.

Maybe you've never been spurred because your birds don't have big enough hooks to do damage \:o ;\) \:D

It goes without saying, but that was a joke so don't flip out


Edited by Setterman (05/06/14 03:20 PM)

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#3664160 - 05/06/14 03:29 PM Re: Stepping on the head? [Re: Setterman]
Huntaholic
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 Originally Posted By: Setterman
 Originally Posted By: Huntaholic
LMBO! Ive never seen so many pansies before in my life! I grab em by the neck. Once I get my hand around that neck, hes dead. end of story. Ive NEVER been spurred doing it this way either. He may try to walk up your body, but he aint going to spur you. Apparently yall are too far removed from the days of watching grandma wring a chickens neck!


I've got a nice scar on my stomach from doing what you describe.

Maybe you've never been spurred because your birds don't have big enough hooks to do damage \:o ;\) \:D

It goes without saying, but that was a joke so don't flip out

LOL No worries here man! Im not gonna flip out, get upset, throw a tantrum, none of that! \:D I know what works for me and until I need sewing back up, thats all that matters!
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#3664177 - 05/06/14 04:02 PM Re: Stepping on the head? [Re: Huntaholic]
Southern Sportsman
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Registered: 09/18/11
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If they are still alert, I'll step on the head. Or if they're flopping and I'm really anxious to see the spurs I will step on his head just so I can hold him still enough to grab a foot and look at his legs.
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#3664304 - 05/06/14 07:44 PM Re: Stepping on the head? [Re: Tennessee Lead]
redblood
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I grab a big stick and swing for the fences
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#3664369 - 05/06/14 08:46 PM Re: Stepping on the head? [Re: redblood]
Barnes Ridge Rambler
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Registered: 12/16/11
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If the situation calls for it, I'll stomp one's head or grab a stick. I'm not big on reaching for the legs until hes completely relaxed. Im not worried about the beak, but those spurs don't discriminate.
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#3664377 - 05/06/14 08:56 PM Re: Stepping on the head? [Re: Southern Sportsman]
YEKRUT
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I like to pick them up by the neck, choke the piss out of them, look them right in the eyes as they fade away. Once I have them by the neck it is over.
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#3664558 - 05/07/14 07:16 AM Re: Stepping on the head? [Re: YEKRUT]
darn2ten
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Registered: 12/08/11
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I've never been a boot on the head kinda guy either. I guess I always thought it was like a tradition with some guys. I just shoot, gather my stuff and make my way to the bird.
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#3664576 - 05/07/14 07:40 AM Re: Stepping on the head? [Re: darn2ten]
woodsman87
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Whats the hurry to choke them out or crush their brain?

I just let mine flop out. Eyes open=step on head. Eyes closed=let them get finished flopping until their feathers go down and stop quivering.

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