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Tyler's Brother? Relative?

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Ran across this while surfing today. Seems far fetched. Maybe Tyler could try some on his doves.

http://www.seasonshot.com/

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-Penguin

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Oh my gosh...I can hardly kill ducks will steel. There is no way I could kill them with compressed lemon pepper! LOL I bet this product doesn't make it very long. Tyler, why don't you buy a box and let us know how it works. grin.gif

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smile.gif now thats interesting!

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Now that's interesting. I've heard of different shots along these lines, but I believe this is the first I've heard of ediable ammo.

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this definitely falls into the category of "just when you thought you've seen everything..."

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yea for sure smirk.gif

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Mmmm....buckshot. crazy.gif

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