Flairball

Super Member
It may have been mentioned here, earlier, but I’ll add it anyway. If you want to watch some absolute gun porn check out The Gun Shop, TGS Outdoors on YouTube. There is no better way to pass the time then watching Johnny sweet talk every gun that comes across his desk. He’s an absolute wealth of knowledge, too.

 

Big T

Senior Member
It is indeed, but how do you cook them to get rid of that muddy flavor? LOL. ;)
Do as I do, use fill magnum loads of "double ought" buckshot (about 6, or so, .30 caliber pellets, per case!), to fully pulverize the pigeon. As the clay is lighter than the binding ingredients (muddy water), simply pick up the particles further out on the range. Bake in a 350 degree oven for 30 minutes, or until an interior temperature of 175 degrees is met. Lightly salt and pepper, serve warm to those who insist on talking politics at the holiday dinner.
 
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