Monday, October 31, 2011

Kingston - Home of the Monster Squirrels

 Sunday morning after an awesome breakfast in Dryden, MI, Cake Dave and myself headed up to Kingston, Michigan.  Kingston is one of those neat places that people visit and time forgot, water seems to flow up hill and the squirrels are massive! One squirrel will feed a family of four for a month.  As the picture of the squirrel in front of my jeep clearly shows, I was the squirrel hunting master of the day using my Theoben MKII .22cal and JSB 18g.  30 ft/lb of energy was all it took to drop these monster squirrels with properly placed head shots.  

Dave, excelled at long range starling whopping.  He regularly drops starlings at 65 -70 yards with his .22cal Daystate Tactical Air Wolf using JSB 18g. Now if I could just educate Dave on the difference between the grey soccer ball he thought he found in the woods and a hornets nest, we would both be on the same page.  

A good time was had by all.  Looking forward to next weekend, which is the last weekend for small game before deer season kicks in...

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