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    Cow Horns

    Hey

    Ive got a few Cow Horns if anyone is interested - good for roaring horns - powder horns - will swap for local hunting info/acess - a couple a beers - good will - Local Hunting advice - better to be used than sit in my shed

    I think I've got 3 or 4 of different shapes and sizes - will post a photo later today - be good if they get spread around

    Cheers
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    I can give you some local spots (accept my favourite) but im all good for a roaring horn.. had mine for over 10 years and not keen on retiring it till I cant hunt any more! It has even won me a roaring comp once and 2nd twice, only because my mate borrowed it and won the other two times!

    Have you not been here long Roy??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Twoshotkill View Post
    (accept my favourite)
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    I suspect Rushy and Maca will want at least one each, I guess at their age any horn wold be a bonus.....just sayin'..............

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    the old boys may want 1 for a hearing horn
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    Careful buddy it isn't always the old ones whom are deaf
    Quote Originally Posted by RODSTA View Post
    the old boys may want 1 for a hearing horn
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    its called selective hearing haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steveh054 View Post
    I suspect Rushy and Maca will want at least one each, I guess at their age any horn wold be a bonus.....just sayin'..............
    You are a cheeky shit Steve, Maca says so Ha ha ha ha. Yep I would take one off your hands Roy. A big hard one
    It takes 43 muscle's to frown and 17 to smile, but only 3 for proper trigger pull.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RODSTA View Post
    the old boys may want 1 for a hearing horn
    Keep that up Roody and I will have to lose you down Minginui. Ha ha ha ha
    Gibo and RODSTA like this.
    It takes 43 muscle's to frown and 17 to smile, but only 3 for proper trigger pull.
    What more do we need? If we are above ground and breathing the rest is up to us!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rushy View Post
    Keep that up Roody and I will have to lose you down Minginui. Ha ha ha ha
    Haha, now thats a threat! Law to themselves up there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roy Lehndorf View Post
    Hey

    Ive got a few Cow Horns if anyone is interested - good for roaring horns - powder horns - will swap for local hunting info/acess - a couple a beers - good will - Local Hunting advice - better to be used than sit in my shed

    I think I've got 3 or 4 of different shapes and sizes - will post a photo later today - be good if they get spread around

    Cheers
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    1st in..................
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steveh054 View Post
    I suspect Rushy and Maca will want at least one each, I guess at their age any horn wold be a bonus.....just sayin'..............
    Ah nothing like a well blown horn. I'm proud to have one that's been well polished and slightly worn on the end, young whipper snapper, you'll learn
    Boom, cough,cough,cough

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rushy View Post
    Keep that up Roody and I will have to lose you down Minginui. Ha ha ha ha
    Rushy suggest you get the biggest one off Roy and Roger Rodsta with it up his Minginui
    Boom, cough,cough,cough

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    Quote Originally Posted by Twoshotkill View Post
    I can give you some local spots (accept my favourite) but im all good for a roaring horn.. had mine for over 10 years and not keen on retiring it till I cant hunt any more! It has even won me a roaring comp once and 2nd twice, only because my mate borrowed it and won the other two times!

    Have you not been here long Roy??
    Been here a couple of years , but only just got /getting back into Hunting , afteeeeeeeeer Kids , work , travelin and all that
    Work Just Gets In The Way

 

 

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