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shotgunning coyotes lesson learned

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Unread 05-15-2013, 03:59 PM
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Re: shotgunning coyotes lesson learned

Rifle in the middle of my back on an Timber Butte Outlaw sling, shotgun slung over my right shoulder, calling chair with my bipod and decoy stuck in the bag over my left shoulder and my e-caller slung over the front. I look like a stinkin' pack mule but after doing it for awhile, it is a manageable system.
Tim Titus
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Unread 08-16-2013, 05:07 AM
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Re: shotgunning coyotes lesson learned

I'm with Tim. Seems I regret it every time I leave the shotgun at home. My dog chasing is different than my deer chasing. I don't hike all day up and down mountains for coyotes so a little extra weight isn't a big deal. Plus there's some extra satisfaction in whackin' em at 30 feet!
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Unread 08-17-2013, 12:38 PM
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Re: shotgunning coyotes lesson learned

[QUOTE=bigblazer433;765742Seems like it will be tough carrying a rifle and a shotgun at the same time plus a call and other gear. I just keep bringing more and more with me every time I go it seems haha![/QUOTE]

I ran into this same problem/question. Get yourself a nice pack that will hold your extra gun. See this thread. Best Coyote Pack?. You can also just pick up a shotgun scabbard fairly cheap and strap it to another pack of some sort. Otherwise, it's definitely awkward carrying two guns into your stands.
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