Originally Posted by ol mike
I was just cruising thru old pictures and happened up on you and your dasher -cool.
How did the chuck shooting go ?
Who is behind those binos on the tripod?
Hey Mike, long time no chat!
Chuck hunting at that distance was a blast, it was pretty challenging to be honest. I learned which bullets I don't want to use anymore. And which to consider.
Shooting live varmints at that distance is a bigger challenge than I would have realized. You don't get too many sighters on a grey bearded rockchuck, and you have to be smart about wind and set up. I don't hunt them but once or twice a year due to limited numbers and accessability. It's always a treat.
Mike, you ougta know who that is behind the bino's in that picture. The guy who bailed our buns out, when the digging got tough
I haven't forgot that day.
His 257 Weatherby is shooting great, accounting for some meat in freezer this year.
Give me a PM sometime, fill me in on the lastest.