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big game hunting cats

Discussion in 'Hunting' started by topcat, Mar 25, 2008.

  1. topcat

    topcat Posting Addict

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    could you bring yourself to shoot something like a tiger lion or any of the big cats for sport, personally i couldn't
     
  2. andyhawkx3

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    No:down:....but is there not a wild cat in Scotland, that is shot as a pest..true or false:confused:
     
  3. topcat

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    there was once a big cat in scotland think it went by the name of the bob cat but they are supposed to be extinct seen a stufed one in a museum once looked like a small links
     
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    not for sport no
     
  5. steve410

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    No i couldn't do it,even now when i shoot vermin, sometimes i feel a little remorseful.(Never with rats though :D)
     
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    must admit i never had second thought when shooting anything that i have shot
     
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    in the 1st world war i got lost in a jungle in india i had run out of ammo i was lucky enough to find an abandond wooden shanty i was ok for water but after a week with no food things were looking bad.just before dark every day a tiger would come near by if onlly i had some ammo i thought i would eat that cat. in the corner of the shany there was a hammer i came up with an excellent idea . i waited for the tiger to come near by i approached him slowly then he charged me i ran like hell looked behind myself the tiger was flying through the air just in time i closed the wooden door 20 massive tiger nails through the timber so i simply got my hammer knocked his nails over so he was hanging on the door guess what i had for tea that night
     
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    MMMMM..... was it a pork pie ;)
     
  9. topcat

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    no it was a claw hammer
     
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    I feel no remorse for rats or magpies, but I struggle with most other things. I probably wouldn't shoot at anything other than them, but then I am a soft girlie ;);)
     
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    :bounce::bounce::bounce::bounce:Good one TC :D
     
  12. Rockabilly

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    when you finished eating it how did you dispose of the clawcus?
     
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    He stuck the bits together with tree sap and made a hang glider, climbed the tallest tree he could find and made his escape over the indian ocean.

    Isn't that right topcat?
     
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    take no notice of topcat hes a fruitcake,
    lost his marbles years ago!
    but to be honest me and topcat were beach fishing during the night
    on a secluded beach surrounded by woodland and we saw a black panther tc was sh4tting himself , he started to run but when you weigh 33 stone and have more chins than a chinese phone book you dont get far, any how wait till topcat comes back on and he will finish the story.;)
     
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    Yep No problem, i have wanted to go to Africa hunting for big game for ages the problem about shooting big cats is that they drug half of them so they are easy to shoot takes all the fun out of it.....

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    2 x Imparla ( southern and Eastern)
    1 x Kudu
    1 x Zebra
    1 x Buffolo
    1 x Bleesbuck
    1 x Lion ( if not druged and i with Lottery)
    ........
     
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    The jungle will do that to a person.
     
  17. sharpshooterpete

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    yeah i could.

    i agree with you mate.
     
  18. chiz

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    Only for food, or if it was a pest/danger to people.

    I don't see the point in killing something just for the sake of killing it.
     
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    At least i am not alone... :D
     
  20. Rockabilly

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    why do you say you would shoot these animals?
    they are"nt pests and are probably on the endangered list to start with!
    surely you dont really mean what you say.
     

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