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Coyote, Small Game, Varmints / Re: Sage Rat Gun
« Last post by jackelope on Yesterday at 08:56:36 PM »
Totally forgot about the Bmag. Good call.
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Guns and Ammo / Re: 30 Caliber Rifle question???
« Last post by jrebel on Yesterday at 08:54:23 PM »
Sell em.....

Hate selling things like this....a guy never knows when he will need 500 180 grain accubonds.  Not to mention why take a loss when you can have an excuse to play / load a new round.   :chuckle: :chuckle:
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Guns and Ammo / Re: 30 Caliber Rifle question???
« Last post by jrebel on Yesterday at 08:53:06 PM »
If you buy a 30 Nosler it will shoot the 212ís better than the 300wm and youíll be left selling the 180ís + a 300wm IMHO.

You see the cost of brass for the 30 nosler!!!!!!  I'm sticking with the 300 win mag for now.  LOLOL 

In all honesty, I looked at the 30 nosler real close but all the data showed the 300 win mag keeping pace with it.  Not to mention the 300 win mag is  tried and proven. 
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With the way they manage wildlife ,goodluck raising fees .
There's already a lot of people that won't hunt because of the mismanaged wildlife.That's why there is a decrease in hunters every year.Between predators,the reckless way they slaughtered does with permits each year.(Which is breeding stock.) I see there funding going downhill fast. They can say it's not a management problem but a lot of Washington hunters are giving there money to other states or not hunting at all.
Seems there is a management problem. :twocents:
Nail on head.  Top down Gov. over reach.  Loss of revenue due to permit raping, no baiting, no hounds, wolves and predation losses, Disc pass anger, paper wet tags, stupid herd management, killing elk to stop Hoof rot so the healthy ones can get sick.
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Power Equipment & RV / Re: Need a new ride
« Last post by fishngamereaper on Yesterday at 08:48:52 PM »
Got a 04 4runner Ive been casually trying to sell. V8 limited. 152k. Super clean. Can text pics.
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I'm sure I could hire my own consultant to give me the results I want to present as well.  Bottom line is that they have gotten more diverse and bigger and keep growing and getting into more pieces of pie to try and be experts instead of focusing on the core of the agency. I realize times and needs change and this can create more issues of concern but do we now have complete teams of bios and surveyors chasing federal funded projects that are on temp funding then they roll them into other positions when that funding source dries up.  As for  as not responsible for planting trout or releasing pheasants better back that bus up those are the only 2 guarantees they can give a license buyer they  stop that it's like the movie family vacation when the griswolds show up at wally world and find that it's closed for repairs.  No rides No license sales pretty simple :IBCOOL:
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Kahr PM9 in excellent condition, less than 400 rounds through it. Comes with case, 4 mags, CT Laser, night sites, Garrett Industries holster, Talon grip tape (easily removed if wanted). The GI holster is one of the best concealed carry holsters you can buy. This is the Silent Thunder Solo model which is made for all day comfort. You won't find a more comfortable holster. Will meet at FFL of your choice within 1.5hrs of Seattle area.
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With the way they manage wildlife ,goodluck raising fees .
There's already a lot of people that won't hunt because of the mismanaged wildlife.That's why there is a decrease in hunters every year.Between predators,the reckless way they slaughtered does with permits each year.(Which is breeding stock.) I see there funding going downhill fast. They can say it's not a management problem but a lot of Washington hunters are giving there money to other states or not hunting at all.
Seems there is a management problem. :twocents:
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Outdoor Advocacy & Agencies / Re: WDFW's Plan to Cover 30 Million Dollar Deficit
« Last post by Bob33 on Yesterday at 08:27:53 PM »
It really is shocking that the consultant found no problem with management practices. We are always hearing about wasteful spending, but I guess a lot of that wasteful spending can be blamed on the legislature and the feds. Although I do think there has to be some blame to go around (such as that wolf consultant).
Every agency has wasteful spending, just like every single one of us has spent money on things we shouldn't have. Quite honestly, WDFW has been under the microscope the past few years so I think they've probably been smarter with their $.
People cheer for athletes who make $20 million a year to hit a round thing with a stick or stick a round thing in a hoop.

Yet someone who has the task of trying to find common ground between two groups who intensely distrust and even hate each other (and according to both sides has done a good job) isn't worth a tenth of that.
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Weapons & Ammo Classifieds / Re: For Sale: 45 Colt Ammo 33 boxes - 1650 rounds
« Last post by tbrady on Yesterday at 08:27:38 PM »
Lowering price...  $450 for everything.  Or make me an offer if you are interested.
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