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Unread 01-20-2010, 05:56 PM
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Re: Close one

I was intersted in hog hunting. I think I'll stay here and hunt bear where it's safe. LOL! Great story and great shots fellas.
Fast is fine but accuracy is everything- Wyatt Earp
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    Unread 01-21-2010, 02:01 AM
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    Re: Close one

    Originally Posted by cavtrooper94 View Post
    If you can mount the EOTECH that may work fine. Don't go with the Aimpoint they suck, trust me. Those thing were forced on Soldiers and most of us hate them. I'd rather run open sites than an Aimpoint, but the EOTECH is great. IMHO after doing alot of close quarters Hog hunting in East Texas, I would recomend a short lever gun like a Marlin Guide Gun, if you can't get an AR. You can run XS ghost ring sights and an EOTECH on the Marlin.
    The Eotech site look really impressive and will try and get hold of one. My friend who usually hunts with me has a 35 Remington Marlin with open sites. Works like a charm and the fact that is reloads so fast helps!! Thanks for the heads up on the Aimpoint site.
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