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When NOT to hunt coyotes?

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Unread 03-29-2013, 04:31 AM
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Re: When NOT to hunt coyotes?

Originally Posted by GonzoK34 View Post
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I'm leaving in the morning and will be camping over night for a couple of days hunting coyotes and jack rabbits in the same area. Its my form of practice because of the terrain and variable shooting situations. I zero my 223 at 100yds
and have developed come ups out to 500yds. I take several rifles so I can shoot out to 1000yds. This helps me estimate long range, shoot the shot, then range find the target. Dial in the correct distance and shoot again. The nice thing is I'm shooting first round shots 60% of the time. It builds confidence.

Leave it to a fellow Marine to practice long range marksmanship on a camping trip.
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