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post #11 of 18 (permalink) Old 04-12-2013, 11:02 PM
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you would think the barb wire fence would say enough. dang shame its illegal to boobie trap your own land. dont take much. a peace of angle with hole size of shell u want to use,a tab on the back for a nail,spring. coter pin and fishin line and ur ready to go. or something like this
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Geeze hellbilly I am glad I opened the box you shipped me before seing this otherwise I porbably would never have opened it LOL

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uh, hmmm, really?? Ok, I won't be treading down south.
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post #15 of 18 (permalink) Old 05-10-2013, 08:40 AM
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The south is the only place to live, we take care of our own. Most tresspassers are looking for meat not wall hangers, times are tough. The problem is everyone post their land now days and the people not obaying this cannot afford to compete with out of towners coming in and paying over priced leases from up north. And beofre you beat me up to bad, I am a land owner and I posted mine if you pack it in pack it out and now people just call me to ask if they can hunt before they just go do. Kindness goes a long way to getting your way. Land owner without issues
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does anyone else see something wrong with the OP????
SPAM????

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One of our properties was over run with trespassers in spite of its being posted. All our neighbors there also had trespass problems. The primary violators were a hog hunting "ranch" that owned little land and a hunting club that had 1,200 acres leased on the other side of the road. Ran numerous trespassers off my place including a lawyer and an OK City cop.

One day a new Dodge diesel pickup burned up while the driver and his friends trespassed on the place closest to mine. The landowner said the catalytic converter must have caught the tall grass on fire.
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