Shot Down: Enviro-Nazi Drones Shot Down By Hunt Club

Whether you agree with pigeon shoots or not, they are legal. There are natural hazards involved with flying drones into airspace which is used for shooting. That’s funny shit.

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8 Responses to Shot Down: Enviro-Nazi Drones Shot Down By Hunt Club

  1. James says:

    Members of the hunt club aren’t very good shots. Liberals are getting their copters back.

  2. Frank in Texas says:

    If the pigeon shoots are legal then the activists (read prying a**holes) should attempt to change the law not go in for spying or other such para-illegal activities. Good luck in having the authorities take any criminal action for the shootdowns since it seems like those kind of things will happen in airspace over shooting ranges.

  3. RJ says:

    Redneck 1: I wonder if it taste like chicken?

    Redneck 2: let’s find out…boom boom

    Redneck 1: damn ya only winged him, looks like he’s getting away.

    Redneck 2: from the looks of it not much meat on it anyway… :-)

  4. Matt says:

    Would they have the same repulsed reaction to “rat shoots”? I really see very little difference.

  5. rj says:

    pockylips advice, pigeon is just a large dove, very good eating…really

  6. notamobster says:

    when the pockey-lips hits – I’m killin’ n grillin’ everything with a heartbeat!

    Possum, flying rat, actual rats, everything. Ain’t a starving man on the planet that’ll turn down cooked rat.

    I would really like to grill up some Robin breasts but they are the State Bird of Michiganistan – and covered under the migratory bird act. When the pockey-lips hits they are first on my list!

    They used to be harvested for their breast meat back in the day.

  7. xenicalman says:

    I thought that pigeons were ghetto chickens.

  8. Jim22 says:

    Nota,

    The tried and true recipe for robins is to kill them, pack them in mud, and throw them in a fire.

    Peel off the mud, including the feathers, and the meat is tender and juicy.

    The mud and the feathers, as well as the guts, are disposable.

    Save the guts and everything else for your dogs. I have more to say about this.

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