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270 AM vs 730 yd pd and a steer

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Unread 05-01-2006, 07:29 PM
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Re: Here\'s the Video

I'd like to see some more vids for sure! also, thanks for the info. hopefully I'll get some vids on here sometime soon.
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    Re: Here\'s the Video

    Excellent video, Kirby is personally responsible for the deaths of thousands of prairie rats every month! There is nothing more fun than a field of reactionary targets as far as the eye can see. I need to find a farmer willing to transplant a few in a field around here!
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    We just recently shot some more dogs in this same field and it is a amazing place. The dogs live on the edge of a wheatfield, actually the 730yd dog was in the field. These dogs are the fattest I have ever seen. BJ shot one last time we were there that was as big as a housecat, it took a 240gr SMK from his 300RUM at 450yds and was simply knocked over. It got back up, shot us a middle finger and waddled over to its hole like nothing was wrong!!!!

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