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    Did you heat the drill bit first, goes in nice and easy that way.
    Man that smarts, hate the throbbing :eek:.
    Hope it gets better quick.
     
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    Hit the wrong nail? Reminds me of getting finger between punched plate and stripper plate above. Had to take a moment to figure to step down or release control pedal. Hydro punch press, stepped down, red hot needle opened hole to release blood pressure
     
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    I used a small bit and twisted it cold by hand, only took a minute.
    Lot less came out than expected, but sure felt good,, now the wait for the nail to fall off,, and all that stuff. The throbbing is mostly gone
     
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    You ought to try it with a hot bit now since you don't have anything to loose except the nail lol.
    When I drilled mime in the past I didn't loose them. Whenever I hit them bad I usually just squeeze them as hard as I can so the blood can't get in there, very rare they even get like yours, but when they do you ain't gonna stop it.
     
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    I have jammed my big toes and killed them on many occasions back in the basketball days..I used to drill them out and let the blood flow too, it hurts like crazy and feels so good when you relieve the pressure...then the ingrown nails and grinding of nails...I feel your pain!
     
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    This was yesterday 0F7F68FB-9DF2-4760-AEFC-02CB7662C963.jpeg
     
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    Pretty much what its looked like here for the last week and a half other than one evening and the picture of the snow/rain I posted. They said we got 1%of the available sunshine for last week. Its raining now and suppose to all day, with the cold front moving in tonight with snow tonight and tomorrow.
     
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    Sat in my stand Saturday all morning. Saw 3 small does/button bucks.

    My 9 year old wanted to go out with me, so after lunch, we bundled up and I took her to my brother's heated shooting tower, thinking we might lay out a nice doe. Not even 20 minutes in the stand, and a sow and 2 yearling cubs walked out to the pipeline. Took my brother and uncle and I a couple hours to drag her out. 211 dressed weight. Estimated 251 live.
    2019-12-07 13.59.25.jpg 2019-12-07 13.59.35.jpg 2019-12-07 14.00.19.jpg 2019-12-07 14.00.57.jpg
     
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    Congrats.
    She'll never forget that.
     
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    I told my grandfather that I think I created a hunter for life today. She was absolutely jacked!
     
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    Nice tang safety Ruger, what caliber is it? My county is now a bear zone, rifle season is December 14-20.
     
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    It's .270 caliber.

    It's an original M77 with the tang safety, and the bolt locks on safe (the good kind).

    Dad saved up and bought it used while he was in high school. It's mid-70's production if I recall correctly. Has an older Leupold Vari-X II on it as well. Just the perfect working man's rifle for big game.
     
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    Kinda cool foggy morning pic 9E6878E6-D20D-4502-BFB8-F76DE3F5D1E4.jpeg
     
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    Love those old 77's. Never cared for the Mark II version with the Winchester style safety, just feels like an odd place to put it.
     
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    That fence is woven hazel hurdles / panels
    Basically 6ft x 6ft , hazel poles 1” diameter woven in together
    Pretty strong and traditional
     
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