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Discussion in 'Varmint Hunting' started by barney, Feb 9, 2020.
About 370 yards away to be exact.
Damn! Nice work. Beautiful stock and forearm by the way.
That’s a good un
She sure is, but I'm still a little let down because her big black boyfriend stopped to look back behind some brush about 425. I sent one at him anyway, he acted like some shrapnel connected, but he didn't fall!
Good shootin' .22-250?
Thanks, and yes.
Well, you are my Hero today.
Great shot Barney.
I missed one today out my car window in my cowfield. I just couldn't get him to stop.
I hate missing.. maybe it will show again.
This duo caught me off guard, and almost caused me to burn my damhashbrown this morning.
Missing the big black male that was with her still has me upset!
Well, you had the correct procedure....shoot the Female first and the Male will sometimes hang for a bit and give you a Second Shot.
I don't remember the Hits....I only remember the Misses.
Instead of Barney , you should change your name to DEADEYE . Great shooting !
What kind of stock is that? And is is cinnamon? Scope?
Just a Savage mod.12 with the factory laminated stock. The scope is a cheapy model that I had laying around. I figured I would put a nice scope on the rifle at some point, but I have never got around to it.
These are some of the most accurate Factory Rifles that you can buy. I have an older version of that rifle in my safe right now and I sold one exactly like in in .204 because I quit prairie dog shooting. They are a Heavy rifle and too much for me to pack around anymore.
It's a shooter for sure. I've killed several yotes with it since I've owned it, most of those were beyond 200 yards.
I've always loved heavy barrels. My old model 77 .243 is a heavy barrel and very accurate too. If I have a solid rest, I'm completely confident hair will fly out to 400 yards with either rifle.