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Doe Day with the Cheytac

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Unread 12-15-2010, 07:14 AM
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Re: Doe Day with the Cheytac

Congratulations on your hunt, guys.
Enjoyed the read, and those are some serious optics you have.
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    Unread 12-15-2010, 07:45 AM
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    Re: Doe Day with the Cheytac

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    Originally Posted by Miller Outdoors View Post
    Great shot and good story. Thanks for sharing. Hopefully I'll get a look at that video sometime.


    These guys seem to have a pretty good handle on what they're doing, and even if they didn't...

    The bottom line is this - until the point that someone else or their property is harmed by a man's actions, that judgment over his own actions is his and his alone, and that phenomenon should be well respected.
    Thank you I'm glad I'm not the only not aggreing with his antics.

    Their is a trailer of the video On kevins website...Google montour county rifles it pops up at the begin when you log into his site.

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    Re: Doe Day with the Cheytac

    +1 for JuddI enjoyed both of your articles on this topic and you posted a better response than I would have.
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    Re: Doe Day with the Cheytac

    Great story and thanks for sharing

    edge.

    PS I read this on my first visit here...perhaps someone needs to re-read it in the FAQ

    "This board was created for the expressed purpose of discussing the methods, equipment and techniques of Long Range Hunting without the burden of discussing or debating ethics. Although we all individually have ethics and limitations on what we consider correct WE DO NOT discuss nor will we tolerate discussions of ethics on this site. We are here to learn and share methods, techniques and equipment ideas."
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    I just took the time to read the full thread, and I must say that this is a long range hunting site, and keep posting those hunts, fellas!
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    Re: Doe Day with the Cheytac

    What tripod and rifle mounts are you guys using......you look like you should be in Az glassing for coues with those big eyes.
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    Re: Doe Day with the Cheytac

    Congrats on a great shot. I do have 2 questions...1:why are the bases on the rifle so tall? and 2: who built the portable bench?...or more importantly, can i get one???
    that is all.
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