Eating barn pigeons?
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Braz, God bless your mother!
When I was a kid I lived on a ranch with a big old barn. That barn attracted pigeons like stink on a skunk. I would go out and spend the day at that barn. I would get inside with my 410, and when I heard them on the roof, would step out and shoot right up the roof. Wasn't uncommen to get 4 or 5 at a time. The group of them would dive off the barn on the opposite side from me, but they always few around the barn one time. That's when I would make my second shot into the group, again often times getting multiple birds. I would collect all the birds and go back into the barn to pick the birds and wait for the others to return. It was a great way for a 12 year old to spend a summer day. I would take all the pigeons in to my mom who would put them in a pot and boil them. She would then pull all the meat from the bones and make a pigeon pot pie, with lots of vegies and topped with biscuts. We loved that stuff and would eat the heck out of it. It was fare for several days.
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