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Cotote @ 1457 yards

 
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Old 05-01-2013, 02:53 PM
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Re: Cotote @ 1457 yards

Damn Fine shooting Mach! Very, very impressive! I love reading about stories like this, I need to get out and shoot my new RBros 6.5 at some extended ranges then find some warm targets.

Thanks for posting and keep up the good work.
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Old 05-14-2013, 04:54 AM
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Re: Cotote @ 1457 yards

Very nice shot indeed, I salivate thinking of doing that myself. There are a few yotes ot here. Had 3 or so trying to make a meal of one of my dogs that was on a chain. She tore into them but had many bite marks on her, they had to go w/o din din. Noticed they take the long way around after the dance lessons. Sorry, went off track a touch. Can the 270 take larger game useing Barns or Berger's? Or will it only leave a pin hole and hurt animal?
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Old 05-14-2013, 07:14 AM
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Re: Cotote @ 1457 yards

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Very nice shot indeed, I salivate thinking of doing that myself. There are a few yotes ot here. Had 3 or so trying to make a meal of one of my dogs that was on a chain. She tore into them but had many bite marks on her, they had to go w/o din din. Noticed they take the long way around after the dance lessons. Sorry, went off track a touch. Can the 270 take larger game useing Barns or Berger's? Or will it only leave a pin hole and hurt animal?
Definitely, although I'd pick the Barnes every time over the Berger for heavy game. I'd be more worried about the Berger NOT penetrating far enough, but the Barnes will be easily capable of taking moose or even a bit more in a .270 as long as you PLACE YOUR SHOTS WELL. I've found the tricky part is to get the Barnes to shoot accurately, but that's just my gun.
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Old 05-15-2013, 03:46 PM
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Re: Cotote @ 1457 yards

Crazy good shot! I think that takes the cake in the Longest Coyote Kill thread! Nice job for sure.
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