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    Talking Darn Texans are at it again

    I was thinking of taking one of these to CO on my elk hunt to set over a wallow. Whata ya'll think?

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    I would have to say few hunters have ever stepped foot in there! Only wannabes. I woould rather hunt. Now if you could build me one of those to live in I would have to say yes thats real nice.
    Hell yea I hunt those poor little deer I eat them too.
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    I bet if you asked, they would still call it hunting....

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    That is just wrong
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    I want one. Crazy Wolf.

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    this same thing was posted last week its cool but its more like something u sleep in at night then get up and go hunting by walking or going to an actual stand to hunt not a gouse on stilts in the middle of knowwhere
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    Quote Originally Posted by sbooy42 View Post
    That is just F'n wrong
    you don't think the elk will be to wary of it do you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by archerykid12 View Post
    this same thing was posted last week its cool but its more like something u sleep in at night then get up and go hunting by walking or going to an actual stand to hunt not a gouse on stilts in the middle of knowwhere
    I was sure it had been posted before, I haven't been around much lately I am just pokin around a little

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    The sad thing is ,is that Jeds wife could probably pack that thing in.
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    That's awesome! It's nicer than my house.

    Why wouldn't some of you guys not consider it hunting?

    Where in the DNR rulebook does it say that "to call it hunting, you must be suffering".


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    Quote Originally Posted by L-train View Post
    The sad thing is ,is that Jeds wife could probably pack that thing in.
    who the hell else did you think was going to pack that thing in, me?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigrackHack View Post
    That's awesome! It's nicer than my house.

    Why wouldn't some of you guys not consider it hunting?

    Where in the DNR rulebook does it say that "to call it hunting, you must be suffering".

    That's why I am taking it to CO. It has a spot for all 5 of my atv's and plenty of space for the beer

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    It's even got its' own little sniper tower to keep the Coloradomites at bay! Ya might consider stringing some razor wire too....

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    Quote Originally Posted by jedk View Post
    you don't think the elk will be to wary of it do you?
    Brush it in good and you'll be fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jedk View Post
    That's why I am taking it to CO. It has a spot for all 5 of my atv's and plenty of space for the beer
    Good one.
    That is the TX economy model. No bathroom and the fridge is really only big enough to hold enough beer for a short afternoon hunt. It would be ok for a short trip to CO but you would have to keep most of the beer in coolers on the atv's.

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    forget the atv's I'm rollin in this

    note to locals-do not walk in center of trail as I may not be sober enough to opperate this beast but I'm gona give it hell

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    Quote Originally Posted by jedk View Post
    forget the atv's I'm rollin in this

    note to locals-do not walk in center of trail as I may not be sober enough to opperate this beast but I'm gona give it hell
    oops
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    Where's the wet bar?

    And the elevator?! Fat kids don't take the stairs.
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    I diggin' that jed. Is it fast enough to provide an ethical kill?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TXWhackMaster View Post
    I diggin' that jed. Is it fast enough to provide an ethical kill?
    ethically enough I guess

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    Quote Originally Posted by jedk View Post
    ethically enough I guess
    Hah!

    Now that thing DOES have a wet bar. I've seen the other pictures.
    Texas heart shooter.

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    We have a lot of Air Force around here and I'm sure we can conjure up a little sortie to take care of you Texans and your "hunting" structures and vehicles. Heck, if that doesn't work I have a bunch of firecrackers left over for your early morning wakeup call.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jedk View Post
    you don't think the elk will be to wary of it do you?
    They might lay under it to get out of the Texas sun...

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    They always said everything is bigger in TX, but.. that is carrying it a little far, don't ya think???

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    Is that little guy using hybrid technology, I thought things were big in Texas
    I also dont see the Bow Turret
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