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    Terminology Pet Peeves

    I have been thinking of starting this thread for a while. What are your pet peeves when it comes to hunting? One of mine is the incorrect use of the word "stock"

    I was "stocking" the antelope. The correct way to say it is...I was "stalking" the antelope.

    The correct use of these words is:

    Stocking: What a woman wears on her feet and legs.

    Stock: That is the wood or composite thing on your rifle.

    Stalk and Stalking: The correct words for sneaking up on critters.

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    How folks say calibers...


    .223 = two twenty three....not two two three or 2 hundred twenty three.

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    My biggest gripe are the folks that discuss gun control on the TV from both politicians and news anchors. They don't know the difference between semi-auto and automatic, and that a "clip" is not the same thing as a "magazine". They routinely call ammunition rounds as bullets.

    Besides what the idiots on TV say, I don't personally like calling antlers by the name of "horns".

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    Those are all of my pet peeves too! Some others are when someone says I saw four doe today, when it should be does. If I hear I smoked him one more time I am going to puke.

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    Harvest. I killed that deer. No harvesting was conducted.
    My mind is a raging torrent, flooded with rivulets of thought cascading into a waterfall of creative alternatives.

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    Calling fawns yearlings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by packmule View Post
    Calling fawns yearlings.
    Or calling buck fawns 'button bucks'. You shot a fawn, now man up and accept it.
    Live to hunt, hunt to live.

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    Calling antelope "goats" gets kind of annoying.

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    But I guess calling them antelope is no better than calling them goats since they are actually neither of those.

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    You mean speed goats.....

 

 

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