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Old 02-09-2012, 06:50 PM   #101
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for coyote's almost anything works even a 22. if you are close enough. i use it it all on em
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Old 02-09-2012, 07:07 PM   #102
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I use to take my GSG 5 out for em or use my AR at times but I wouldn't waist the money on a higher caliber round just to shoot em.
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Old 02-09-2012, 11:16 PM   #103
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which caliber would you prefer a 17 or a 223 for coyotes
A howitzer if I could get one...

All this talk about coyote killing and I went out and missed three more!

Sonofagrumblegrublemothergrumblegrumble...

Oh well, as long as they run off I keep winning. Good shepherds make up for my days of poor shooting... The SKS is going back in the safe box, I'm tired of it, lol. Time to mount the 1919 to the feed-box
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Old 02-10-2012, 01:17 AM   #104
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A howitzer if I could get one...

Time to mount the 1919 to the feed-box
Now that is the way to go kill coyotes
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Now that is the way to go kill coyotes
I sit around and devise ways to lay waste to them. I've chased them in empty pastures with the 4wheeler trying to run them over, I took one with a .44 cap and ball revolver, slug shotgun, ive set dens on fire, i have even launched potatos at them ( still trying to perfect this method, I'm sure it will be a sight when I do) but my dogs are the worst. They pin it down and take turns on it till I get there. it's pretty mangled by the time I pull them off. Sometimes they are worse then I am. They cost a couple grand a year in damages in our pastures and pens alone. So we show little mercy....
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This should work...
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just got a lever action 30-30 going to go give that a try
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just got a lever action 30-30 going to go give that a try
Yeah... that would probably be a little more economical.
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Everything seems to be in good order with my stag. I love it. You had problems?
No, the distance from the optic to the top of the stock seems a little high. If it works for you, that's all that matters. Good shooting!
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I sit around and devise ways to lay waste to them. I've chased them in empty pastures with the 4wheeler trying to run them over, I took one with a .44 cap and ball revolver, slug shotgun, ive set dens on fire, i have even launched potatos at them ( still trying to perfect this method, I'm sure it will be a sight when I do) but my dogs are the worst. They pin it down and take turns on it till I get there. it's pretty mangled by the time I pull them off. Sometimes they are worse then I am. They cost a couple grand a year in damages in our pastures and pens alone. So we show little mercy....
I do not blame you one bit. Let me know how the potato launching works though. I have a potato gun just sitting in my garage that needs some target practice
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