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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by mowerdude777, Jun 8, 2009.
I purposely look for bunnies to shoot.
Hunting is one thing. Although, shooting bunnies? C'mon, man. That's not cool.
dog chain and hair weave - took a long time to get out. i seriouslly thought about doing a controlled burn on the hair weave; didn't want to touch it
why not? their eatable
sure if you don't know how to skinnem
Bunnies = babies, ya hick.
Dixie Chopper - ran over alum scooter (pieces everywhere) never skipped a beat, 1/2 inch rebar wrapped around blades - stopped me in my tracks, golf balls on driving range - very interesting & dangerous, rabbits, snakes, birds, dead snakes stay away (stinky), wife always finds tree stump........
I ran over a bunny last summer and it shot all over the siding of the house I was doing. Scariest was a tie down ratchet strap. I saw it but figured it was next to a swing set and I would be fine. Next thing I knew the mower sucked the strap up. Sounded horrible and shot the metal ratchet right out the side. Are up one of my blades but could have been much worse!
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