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Few of my coyotes and cats this year

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Few of my coyotes and cats this year

This first coyote was taken over a gut pile at 343 yards under a full moon with no spotlight. Caught him with a 115 gr Berger out of my custom 257 Weatherby mag.


Notice the deer leg still in his mouth!


Shot this coyote at my grandpa's on the Brazos river. He was running after some new born calves. He was at 278. Got him right between the eyes. This is my brother and papa.


Shot this cat the other day at 4PM. I like when you get a good long range set up and most of your shots after that are usually within 50 yards! He was only 41 yards!

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    That is a very nice rifle. Richard Graves makes some very nice 130 gr rebated Boattail bullets you like to try for longer range and bigger creatures.
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    Thanks for the pics it's been a bad year for me. They will help me remember what they look like.
    I may even get a cat tag this year???
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    outstanding!
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    Great pics. thank for sharing.
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    Thanks for the replys guys.

    Buffalo Bob, I sent him an email the other day on some of his bullets but he did not reply to it. I am very interested in the rebaited bulllets. I read the article on his website and I am very interested in trying them. I was shooting this weekend at 1200 yards and the wind was killing the 115Bergers I was shooting. My buddy that was with me was shooting a 300WM and 210 VLDs and was holding around 9" at 1200. I couldnt stay under 20". I think the RBBT bullet might solve that!
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