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    Where in the glades do you gator hunt?


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    I have never met an Alligator on wildlife, but I plan to hunt on them. I am going to Michigan because many people say it is the perfect place for hunting them. I was going to hunt on them with my rifle, but my father told me that I would need a small pistol. After reading many reviews on SIR SPAMALOT, I have stopped on Ruger-LC9. In my opinion, it is a good pistol for people with small hands like me. I like that it is affordable, and I could easily buy it, so even people with a small budget can buy it.
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    So, Mannlicher and I have drawn only a few times in decades of woods walking in FL. Handguns. 2 legged scary nuts.. bears really don't bother me. And vice versa. Hogs are another story. If you're frightened by them (justified) you need a big 'un. Those hogs are tough. Frankly I carry to stop the threat of 2 legged methheads. A 9 mm is sufficient.

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    I'll bet you plan on hunting with spam. Just a guess.

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    I hear that bathing in SPAM and then swimming in gator infested waters works very well. When the gator sniffs you, you grab it and spin around and around with it till he's dizzy then drag him up on the bank.....


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    Just thinking about that made me fall out of my chair. Old men have vertigo. I'm not sure if they have horizontigo gut if they do that went a long time ago.

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    My lazy boy has side rails that keep me stable when I drop it into low gear. I do my best work (which is no work) when I get horizontigo.

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    I like that. Yeah, I like that a lot.

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    I carry a 9 mm in FL. I carried a .454 casul in Alaska. The 9mm is for methheads in FL woods. The .454 was for oh **** this monster is gonna eat me alive.

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    I'm shocked. Shocked I tell ya that ole Azazin came back and edited his/her/it's (want to use the correct pronoun)post.
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    That was a ban hammer just waitin' to drop.

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    if you're skilled with the pistol, there's no need of a longarm unless it's shtf. If it is the latter, you'd better have a short barreled AR-15, taken apart, lashed to the outside of your pack and cover the entire package with a drum-liner, so nobody can see what you have and everything is out of the rain. The pistol should suffice to get you to cover. Then 10 seconds suffices to assemble the AR. Leave a rd in the chamber, tape the charging handle in place, leave the hammer cocked, the safety engaged and the loaded mag in the lower.

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    Ruger DA revolver in .44 or .357

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