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Old 10-29-2009, 10:48 PM
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915 yrds NZ Feral Goat.

Goat this little Nanny early Sunday morning with the 338 Lapua.

The 300gr SMK did a fantastic job on her 1/4 ing shot entered behind right shoulder and exited between brisket and left shoulder. Massive damage stream of lungs and blood about 2 feet up bank.
Very impressive bullet expansion for such a light skined ainmal at that distance, exit hole was about 2".
She wasnt a boom flop, more a boom.....hit.....stagger...sway...flop.

It will make a great curry!

Sorry about pic quality, camera went flat so had to use handi cam and no it wasnt caught on camera, I had to move from initial set up and camera was out of reach.




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Old 10-29-2009, 10:51 PM
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Re: 915 yrds NZ Feral Goat.

Nice shot mate ! They wouldn't like the SMK too much I'm sure !

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Old 10-30-2009, 12:13 AM
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Re: 915 yrds NZ Feral Goat.

Nice shot.

Good thing you got complete penetration. If not it would have about doubled the nanny's weight.

Curry? Have no idea of what that is but she sure would make some good stuffin' for the taco.
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Old 10-30-2009, 12:42 AM
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Re: 915 yrds NZ Feral Goat.

[QUOTE=royinidaho;324651]Nice shot.

Good thing you got complete penetration. If not it would have about doubled the nanny's weight.


Thats funny!!!

Yeah I know its small but thats why Im so pleased! it had about a 7" kill zone!
My thinking is if I can hit the small ones, bigger stuff "should be easy"

Are you serious you dont know what a curry is!!!
please google it!LOL
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Old 10-30-2009, 02:12 AM
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Re: 915 yrds NZ Feral Goat.

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Originally Posted by royinidaho View Post
Nice shot.

Good thing you got complete penetration. If not it would have about doubled the nanny's weight.


Thats funny!!!

Yeah I know its small but thats why Im so pleased! it had about a 7" kill zone!
My thinking is if I can hit the small ones, bigger stuff "should be easy"

Are you serious you dont know what a curry is!!!
please google it!LOL
You are missing out if you have never had curry. That's like saying you've never had Tex-Mex.
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Old 10-30-2009, 03:07 AM
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Re: 915 yrds NZ Feral Goat.

Nice shot! That is a small target at that range.
I saw a few bull tahr at just a bit further than that on the weekend, you could have taken the shot from right beside the vehicle, the tourists driving down the Tasman Valley road might have wondered what you were up to though!

Stu.
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Old 10-30-2009, 04:16 AM
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Re: 915 yrds NZ Feral Goat.

SHOT! Good shooting, shame my Lapua Scener can't do that. Well.... unless I head shoot it!! I am not quite there yet! Laters! NK
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