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Camouflage, Concealment and Coyotes

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Old 01-01-2013, 11:28 AM
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Location: I live in Canada on the prairies and shoot 5 or 6 deer a year.
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Re: Camouflage, Concealment and Coyotes

I would have to say that the truest thing said is that long range shooters don't need a lot of camo. The best camouflage I have ever found was 600 yards. Having said that it is still very important to shoot the Coyote and not just shoot at the Coyote, I like to keep the learning curve very steep for the Coyote because even at 600 yard they will learn if you give them more than two chances. I shoot 22-250 A.I. with a 1:8 twist and shoot 80 gr A-max. I have to say that camouflage is for the hunter and I am the first to admit I much more a shooter than a hunter. Having said all that the articular was still very enjoyable and a good read.
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