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Should of been shooting

Postby Alaska Dave » Sat Jan 19, 2013 8:41 pm

Should of gone to the farm and shot some 243 to site in the rifle I traded for and to resight the 7x30 Waters with the 110gr load. IN stead I worked on the sporty :o I have no priorities anymore.
I saved alot on my insurance just by switching into reverse and fleeing the scene of the accident.
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Re: Should of been shooting

Postby yotebang » Sat Jan 19, 2013 10:20 pm

Dave-
I had an eventful day today. Ran out to Lake Geneva and checked out what guys were bringing to the furbuyer. Quite a few
yotes, mostly trappers there, they were getting anywhere from $10-45 for yotes. Not bad! The highest priced one was unskinned,
but a nice fur.
Then, took the new rifle on up to Mcmiller in Eagle. Got it on the board at 50 then shot some groups at 100. The wind was pushing
me all over, but my groups were still ranging from 3/4" to 1.5" so I cannot complain about that! I really wanted to try 300 just to see what
could happen, but I'm sure it would've been a bit more ugly..
Took my UTG air rifle scope off the Marauder and put it on the 700. Worked well, not the best glass, but does the job. 4-16x40 mil dot.
Thinking about getting the Nikon Coyote Special maybe next fall..
Give me a shout when you want to go out Dave I need some field training from someone who's been there done that.

Ryan

p.s. crow season just opened... 8)
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Re: Should of been shooting

Postby Alaska Dave » Sun Jan 20, 2013 4:23 am

Ryan, what caliber did you get?
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Re: Should of been shooting

Postby yotebang » Sun Jan 20, 2013 6:44 pm

22-250. probably should've called ya first!
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Re: Should of been shooting

Postby Alaska Dave » Sun Jan 20, 2013 6:50 pm

I still have dies, brass and some bullets left over. If i'd of known I would of kept a 50 round box of loaded Nosler BT's for you. Save your brass.I also have a Simmons 4-12x40 side focus scope laying around here in the box :wink: We can get 200 easy at the farm and there's one spot that I got 300. That's where we need to get some of those harlem pheasants :lol:
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Re: Should of been shooting

Postby yotebang » Sun Jan 20, 2013 9:43 pm

wow sounds good to me! i kept the brass from the range yesterday. i have no clue about reloading, but should definitely learn.
i'll give you a shout tomorrow between stands or when I'm done. gonna be a chilly one..
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Re: Should of been shooting

Postby coyotecold » Mon Feb 04, 2013 10:48 pm

Dave i call them obama chickens. and other names lol
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Re: Should of been shooting

Postby Alaska Dave » Tue Feb 05, 2013 2:56 pm

coyotecold wrote:Dave i call them obama chickens. and other names lol


Harlem pheasants or soul chickens :)
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