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We were down at my bud campsite along the river last night when he got the dumbass idea to shoot bats. 4hrs and about 600 rnds of 9mm later we gave up lol those little bastards are hard to hit.
 

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We've used shotty's and 44's with bird shot before and it's still a challange, they're quick little things. We're gonna keep using the 9's until we get 1 or we go broke lol
 

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far enough to be conscious enough about shooting them widely into the air at small flying mammals.

oooohhhhh i see where your going with this....
 

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Nose Nuggets said:
far enough to be conscious enough about shooting them widely into the air at small flying mammals.

oooohhhhh i see where your going with this....

bawahahahahahahaahahaa



hopefully you were totally alone out there
 

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Im sure he was on the moon base.. so no worries guys..
 

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Should have used a flame thrower... Just don't shoot it straight up in the air and you'll be okay. ;)
 

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and where did those rounds end up?
 

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It's pretty safe, the rivers about 200yds wide and the only thing on the other side other than a mountain is train tracks and you can see/ a train coming a long way off. It's as safe as just about any outdoor shooting range.
 

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how to shoot bats.first you get a fishing pole and put a round bobber and treble hook on it.then you get under a pole light of some sort and wait for some bats.after you start seeing bats you cast your line. the bat will think its a bug and go after it.once you hook him get him on the ground and shoot him.simple as that.
 
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