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Unread 10-07-2012, 08:29 PM
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Re: 945yd Oregon Mulie

Nice buck!
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    Re: 945yd Oregon Mulie

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    you are one of the first I have heard of to use the 285 Hornady on game. How was the terminal performance? Expansion, pass throughs, weight retention?

    Awesome deer BTW! Just gorgeous!

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    Looks like it done the job
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    Re: 945yd Oregon Mulie

    I'm seeing a lot of Army issue equipment. Are you actively serving or prior service? Congrats on the shots.
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    I'm seeing a lot of Army issue equipment. Are you actively serving or prior service? Congrats on the shots.
    Prior service. However that's not why I wear it. I wear it because multicam is INCREDIBLE camouflage, and truspec bdu's are outstanding for hunting. We also do firearm instruction, and those bdu's are a part of our uniform. Look at this picture.

    The trend of BDU's being taboo in the civilian world is completely lost on me. They worked for me when I was in the army, they sure as hell work for me now that I'm out. One of the other guys is active duty, so obviously he likes them too. The new issue stuff is way cooler than my truspec pants though. Way more expensive too.



    Look at that picture. That was taken from the firing position with the camera just a few feet away. Those pants blend in like nothing else. From a hundred yards out, they practically turn invisible. Even in direct sunlight.

    I use what works for me... I don't care who it's being issued to. I especially don't care if it scares civilians. ;)
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    Prior service. However that's not why I wear it. I wear it because multicam is INCREDIBLE camouflage, and truspec bdu's are outstanding for hunting. We also do firearm instruction, and those bdu's are a part of our uniform. Look at this picture.

    The trend of BDU's being taboo in the civilian world is completely lost on me. They worked for me when I was in the army, they sure as hell work for me now that I'm out. One of the other guys is active duty, so obviously he likes them too. The new issue stuff is way cooler than my truspec pants though. Way more expensive too.



    Look at that picture. That was taken from the firing position with the camera just a few feet away. Those pants blend in like nothing else. From a hundred yards out, they practically turn invisible. Even in direct sunlight.

    I use what works for me... I don't care who it's being issued to. I especially don't care if it scares civilians. ;)
    Looks great. I like my multicam for hunting too.
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    Re: 945yd Oregon Mulie

    nice mulie and great shoot!
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    Re: 945yd Oregon Mulie

    Congrats on a fantastic Mule deer Buck. that was a great shot also. thay buck is a definately a wall hanger in my book.
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