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Unread 01-19-2013, 10:12 PM
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We usually sit in the cow fields with .22 magnums. no calls, no blinds, no decoys. There are 1000 cow fields in this part of Virginia and you are almost guaranteed to kill atleast 5-6 ever time you sit down. No camo or anything.. they are so used to us we can usually walk up to them to about 20 yards before they get spooked. But we like to shoot em from over 100 yards away so that they dont get spooked and keep coming back.
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    Re: ?? Crow Sniping

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    Should keep you busy. WHen you finish there,

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    We usually sit in the cow fields with .22 magnums. no calls, no blinds, no decoys. There are 1000 cow fields in this part of Virginia and you are almost guaranteed to kill atleast 5-6 ever time you sit down. No camo or anything.. they are so used to us we can usually walk up to them to about 20 yards before they get spooked. But we like to shoot em from over 100 yards away so that they dont get spooked and keep coming back.

    Awesome..guess I will plan a trip down to your place...
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    Awesome..guess I will plan a trip down to your place...

    COME ON DOWN! you can take the occassional groundhog, beaver, river rat, oppossum, woodpecker, squirrel, black snake, copperhead, rabbit, and quail... from the same spot...haha
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    Soon as I get more 22-250 or 223 loaded..How many rounds do you think I will need? I figure the 308 is a bit over kill for crow's...
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    Re: ?? Crow Sniping

    I have a .17hm2 for a little crow gun, and have been thinking 204 for big crow gun
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    Great thread ! - thanks everyone.
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