Skip to comments.Video if Rednecks Shooting Skeet
Posted on 07/08/2011 10:16:04 PM PDT by Tom Hawks
Check out this video of a bunch of guys shooting skeet from a boat. The targets are real men flying
through the air. There is also a video right below it by Jeff Foxworthy & Alan Jackson called "Redneck
Games". The skeet shooting video is one I am convinced you will want to share with your friends.
Redneck Skeet Shooting
You think fast food is hitting a deer at 65 mph.
Could this be done with liberals for targets?
Funny video. They were using paint ball guns.
hey you got my vote.
So round up the Libs, and I’ll get mu buddies.
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This is quite clearly the the funniest thing I have seen in a very long time.....
I love my country.
It is a scene from Jackass 3. Surprised it has not been yanked yet for copyright violations.
Like the intro to the 1984 spy spoof “Top Secret!”:
“Skeet Surfing” where the surfers head for the waves with their surfboards and over & under shotguns. Sorta funny.
Anyway, rednecks are the salt of the earth in America. When the Democrats are defeated in 2012, we’ll know who to thank among others.
This was hilarious, I think I just woke up my kids with my laughter haha.
I love your country too, and mine:) (Canada).
Can’t be in the South there’s too many people in the boats. Not enough room for beer.
i think we found a use for congress critters.
I can just see big fat Bawney Fwank frying trew de air!
One would have have to take out a loan for the ammo.
Not sure why you felt the need to tell me that. I am not against Rednecks. In fact, my wife of 24 years is a beautiful woman from Kentucky.
You are most fortunate. My lovely bride is also a Kentucky native. Go Wildcats!
I served in the Army with self described rednecks and later worked with same in a civilian capacity. In both circumstances I would trust them with my life. You’re right, it’s redundant to refer to good Southern country folk as the salt of the earth when it’s clear to anyone with any sense that they in fact are.
I was an Army brat, I grew up in military posts all over the world. But my Dad was an Oklahoma native who never forgot where he came from. I just wasn’t able to share his love for country cookin’. Too much college I guess.
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