Trumpowsky’s Trail Tales January 7, 2011 Hunting, Shooting Twitter0Facebook0LinkedIn0 Last month we introduced you to Doug Trumpowsky, a Crosman employee who enjoys shooting as much as he does making the guns he brings to the woods. Doug is back with a New Year’s story that should convince you that despite the cold weather, there is adventure to be had in the great outdoors. It was a long deer season this year. During bow season I was getting a little tired of what you think is a deer; the heart starts pounding as the sun gets lower and you know the deer are on the move, only to learn it’s one of those big bushy-tailed squirrels making the leaves rustle on the forest floor. I was sitting at home New Year’s Eve around lunchtime and decided to take on some of those old bushy-tails with my Remington Nitro Piston in .22cal. In my area we do not gun hunt, but it’s okay to use an air rifle. Snow was on the ground so I put on the ol’ white camo and was fortunate to bag some bushy-tails for the stew pot. One squirrel was at 30 yards and the other was at 35 yards. I shot the first one and a few minutes later got the second one because of the low noise from NITRO Piston. So when the snow flies, get out and take the woods back from those heartpounder’s. Have your own Trail Tale? Share it with us on Facebook! One Response Dave Smith January 7, 2011 Nice story- I liked it…..