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Flybuster, how 'bout this one?

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Unread 05-11-2008, 11:50 PM
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Flybuster, how 'bout this one?

I thought you would like this picture. This critter tempted me a bit too much so I had to make a mess out of him. This was one of my better kills this year considering the wind and it wouldn't let me take a sighter shot!

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    So, the high shoulder shot was proven effective again. It still amazes me how many people remain skeptical. I believe you've also proven the 6mm is a big game caliber with authority.

    Looks a lot like the goat too! Nice shootin' GG.
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    What no video??
    nice shootin GG

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    Great shooting

    I had a fly playing around on my target at Mickey Coleman's match last month. I made the mistake of telling two competitors that it was there. I think if it were not for a crow walking around below the targets that Don Geraci and Col. Billy Stevens first shots would have both been on my target. As soon as Brady Knight announced place bolts in rifles both took flight and escaped injury even though I waited the full 7 minutes for him to reappear. Nothing like hunting at a match You can bet that had that fly reappeared on my target he would have been fired upon group be darned. I got a couple of flys with rimfire at 50 yds but have never had the opportunity for a 200 yard fly. I think I am going to have to bait them in.
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    I'm bettin' he will go Boone and Crockett. Beautiful shooting, lol
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    You ruined the meat.
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    We would bait them in with a drop of honey or syrup on the target. Lots of fun with varmint rifles. Bunch of different bugs were atracted to the stuff.
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