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    Good grief !!!

    Get your brother a shotgun !
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    Sorry but I wouldn’t have scared it, it would have drilled it. Use don’t want my dogs tangling with it.

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    I know a lot of people on here will "get on me" for trying to stop needless killing of rattlesnakes (and other venomous snakes) and they'll cry "but they're very dangerous". How would you feel if I tell you that, statistically, they're way less dangerous than deer and many other animals. Take a look at this:

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    You don't mess with them they wont mess with you. A snake will not stalk you, It can not eat you. Well maybe a huge python or a anaconda could but were not talking about them.
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    leave a rattler be and in most cases it'll leave the area,, a cottonmouth Is a whole other story... let them alone in the wild,, it's another thing if it comes into my yard or populated areas
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