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Nodak coyotes part two

 
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Old 12-19-2010, 07:00 PM
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Nodak coyotes part two

Nodak is being good to me this year so far. We got three today. Here is a picture of two of the three. The third was already in the garage.
These two were easy shots at around 100 yards, running in deep, deep snow, so they were moving pretty slow.
Mine came to the call within 3 minutes of set up, but I didnt see it until it busted us. By the time I got an angle to shoot, it was a hair over 100.
Cold, windy, and tons of snow but, it was a great time.
Mark

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Old 12-19-2010, 07:07 PM
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Re: Nodak coyotes part two

Awesome picture!
congrats on the dogs,

i am going out tomorrow with my new rig .
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Re: Nodak coyotes part two

+1, AWESOME PICTURE
Congrats on the dogs, keep them falling and keep the pictures coming.
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Impressive, nice going.
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Re: Nodak coyotes part two

Great job and sweet pic! Can we get some specs on the rigs you guys were shootin'
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Old 12-20-2010, 04:08 PM
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Re: Nodak coyotes part two

Thanks guys. We are both shooting Bushmaster Varminters with 24 inch barrels.
I have a Nikon M223 scope in 4x12x42 and shoot 55 grain Hornady Ballistic tips.
Patrick has a Leupold VXIII ( I had one on mine, and didnt like the balance, so I put that on a .308 ) with a Varmint hunter reticle. He shoots 55 grain FMJ's so he doesnt tear up the fur.
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