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Posted: 12/10/19 04:13pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Crowe wrote:

Love all you macho guys just thinking it's so cool to blast away and kill it. Unless they are a direct threat leave them be. Or are you a bunch a fraidy cats hiding behind your guns?


I don't want my kids and pets to be any where near copperheads. nothing MACHO about it.

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NH is just trolling. Best to snicker at her and then ignore.

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NH is just trolling. Best to snicker at her and then ignore.

Nope, not trolling in the least. No reason to blast a snake unless it's posing a threat. See way too much "I'm just gonna shoot" mentality and as a law-abiding gun owner it gets pretty offensive but explains why so many are against gun ownership.


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If my wife ever saw a snake in our RV it would have to be sold immediately.


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T18skyguy wrote:

If my wife ever saw a snake in our RV it would have to be sold immediately.


Not much market for selling snakes especially on short notice, but more power to ya.


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^ Lol


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Problem with Snake repellents is some snakes need no provocation to strike. Copperheads have a nasty disposition, and they seem not to care what they strike.

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Is sending the mother in law out to scare the snake away cruel and unusual punishment.....for the snake?


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opnspaces wrote:

Is sending the mother in law out to scare the snake away cruel and unusual punishment.....for the snake?


If she like my MIL, snakes, dogs, people who can hear high pitched noise all scatter by merely hearing her....

My poor FIL, he keeps turning his hearing aid down and she keeps yelling louder. "Caaaarrrrl, come here. Now!" His name is Carl...

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OleManOleCan wrote:

Problem with Snake repellents is some snakes need no provocation to strike. Copperheads have a nasty disposition, and they seem not to care what they strike.


The real problem with snake repellents is procuring the snake oil with with to produce it!

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