I mean I hunt some pressured areas and have hunted a lot of different public land. Maybe I just focus more on the hunting vs the hunters. I never have problems. Y'all think it is pressured here. Go to the midwest or a western state during a firearms season and you can see orange as far as y'all can see.Well I am jealous of your experience. Over here in Walton County and Bay County, there is no comparison to what it was like 20 years ago.
Not trying to sound like an ass but if someone shot at you, you would be able to hear it unless he was hundreds of yards off and certain terrain features to block the muzzle blast. Not to mention if a bullet impacted you, to where it knocked you off your feet, that lighter wouldn't have saved you. Trust me you would have felt the impact from the round and more than likely it would have penetrated through that zippo. Sounds like you tripped/slipped and fell on something that punctured a hole in the zippo.It’s real but it happened in 82-83 hunting season. I moved back home to help my Mom & Granny and Mom threw my lucky Zippo away when I left it on my dresser
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