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Discussion in 'The Duck Hunters Forum' started by PaulinKansas, Jan 10, 2021.

  1. PaulinKansas

    PaulinKansas Elite Refuge Member

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    Here is how this post works. You post something that describes how much of a redneck you are. The next person that makes a post rates the above post on a scale of 1-10, and then describes something on how much of a redneck they are. You can make multiple posts on your redneck feats. It's up to you to keep a running total of your score. Keep your running total posted in your future posts.

    I'll start off: I welded a rotary cutter (bush hog) in the field with 3 car batteries in a series to provide a 36 volt, 500 amp power source. I used jumper cables as leads and vice grip pliers to hold the rod.
     
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  2. ReaPeR105

    ReaPeR105 Elite Refuge Member

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    7.
    I've won a turkey calling contest.
     
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  3. Mort

    Mort Elite Refuge Member

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    I give you a 10! I say 10! I am not too much of a redneck anymore. In my younger days, I had a Jeep and used to do a lot of wheeling up in the Sierra's. When things break, you get real creative. Removed a broken tie rod end and replaced it with not much more than two rocks and a stick once. Straightened a tie rod that was bent into a horse shoe with the use of the hitch receiver on my bumper and a lot of muscle. Had my frame and a spun hub welded on the trail more than once, but not with a series of batteries like you used. A friend lost his right front wheel and hub on the trail and we cut down a small sapling and strapped it to the leaf springs with cargo straps and he used it like a ski to drive back to camp. Ran in a mud race once....and lost. Does appreciating young ladies wearing rebel flag bikinis count?
     
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    bustsducks Elite Refuge Member

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    My first job as a kid was catching and selling worms. My dad made a pair of electrical shockers to help encourage worms out of the ground. There I was on a wet lawn sitting in a aluminum lawn with my AM transistor radio. Yep I experienced several electrical tickles.
     
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  5. Native NV Ducker

    Native NV Ducker Mod-Duck Hunters Forum, Classifieds, and 2 others Moderator

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    4. Would have been a 9 if you won using just your voice.

    Just had a bunny litter in a wooden house I have. Babies were cold, and I didn't think they would make it. I took the snow melt pad we have to keep the porch area clear of snow and ice, and installed it under the bunny house
     
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    A5Mag12 Elite Refuge Member

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    Nothing above has anything to do with being redneck. A redneck is a white person that worked side by side with blacks in the cotton fields.
     
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    4 for saving the bunnies. I have an original Copenhagen dashboard spitoon... and use it
     
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  8. waterrat

    waterrat Elite Refuge Member

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    how about Mexicans in the oilfield? I qualify
     
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  10. PaulinKansas

    PaulinKansas Elite Refuge Member

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    You are my typical renter, but for a refinery. I give you a 7.

    My current points, 7.
     

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