Please do not carry any of your guns over your shoulder.If you are walking with a group of people it can be a little scary with your gun pointed at them. I work at a sporting Clays and Pheasant farm and i see this alot.
Post by bobeyerite on Jun 13, 2005 17:23:48 GMT -5
You forgot to add, "if you do so, carry it with the barrels facing forward, stock/reciever over the shoulder and to the back. With the action open. With most guns this will point your barrel/barrels toward the ground."
"Find the bird, Tony." Your birddog is only as good a buddy as you make it. Make it your buddy everyday, take it for a run. Watching a good birddog work, is like watching poetry in motion.
oh y'all are too cute, lol.........seriously i have fallen more times than i can count, probably more days then i have hunted, lol......that is why they call me tumbleweed, lol.......i dont know what it is about me , i guess i'm a walking accident in waiting....lol ask FHH, he knows.....the worst fall was when i was walking through the darkness wth fl and a buddy and i tripped over a root and i went down with a bang,with my cimber on... cut my back all up and everything.......but i'm serious when i say learn to fall correctly, my gun is always up, but that one time, i may be in a knot , lol.........i've heard and seen too many falls wherethey just throw the gun or forget theyhave it and it's going every which way........not cool...........
Post by dirtybirdyfeet on Jun 18, 2005 0:01:37 GMT -5
I do alot of sliding on my rear down hills here in Pa. My poor Ole Dad is the one that could fall over a maple leaf. Hes always going down...But saving the gun....lol A long time ago we got caught in a heck of a snow storm after a day of hunting and had to walk up the hill home..The Old Dodge couldnt do it. I'll never forget it..I never seen him so mad. We got to the top of the hill,walking on the road and he slipped and fell like a ton of bricks..his gun was saved...he stood up and said!@#$(* $@#% In a split second he went down again..this time smashing the end of the barrel on his rem.BDL off the road. He stood up and said..Im gona throw this !@#$ down through the woods.LMAO The next day he took it to the range and it was shooting 14 inches off at 50 yards>>>LOL I'll never forget it... I didnt dare laugh at him either....lol
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