Sidearm Ammo Inquiry
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Good point and very true. But, most every snake I've "accidently" come across is while hunting rabbit or birds. The habitat for these two and snakes go hand in hand. When hunting them, a random shot matters not so much. And since my young nephews, our dogs, and many of my family hunt these same areas, I'd just as soon not have them learn a hard fatal lesson. In a more remote, less trafficed area, they usually receive a free pass. But the same is not true where kids and pets travel for me.That being said, please don't think I shoot them just to hear a bang. They always make nice hatbands, and there's not a kid alive that doesn't enjoy having one stretched out on a stained piece of wood and hung in their bedroom.
1) If you notice a poisonous snake before it bites you simply stay away from it and leave it alone. I don't think a trophy buck is going to stick around for you to shoot him after he hears your shot to take the snake.
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