1 shot 2 kills

Discussion in 'Long Range Hunting & Shooting' started by m14dan, May 23, 2004.

  1. m14dan

    m14dan Active Member

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    This was taken this morning at my hunting lease. I got these two with one shot from a hair over 500 yards away shooting down hill into the wind. I got 8 more too and spent a whole mag on all of them because I wasted a few trying to get my windage down, but it just doesn't get any better than this.
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    Here's a few more full sized pics of this mornings hunt including some antelope we can't shoot. If we could they would be wiped out in a matter of minutes as brave as they are.
    I think the headshot was first and the heart shot was behind it but I'm not sure. I was aiming at the head on one of them and hoping to hit the other too. http://www.dansshootingsupply.com/photogallery/picgallery/orkin2.jpg http://www.dansshootingsupply.com/photogallery/picgallery/antelope.jpg http://www.dansshootingsupply.com/photogallery/picgallery/antelope%20herd.jpg
     
  2. Wi whitetail

    Wi whitetail Active Member

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    i've seen it done with a bow. two deer with one arrow
     

  3. IanF

    IanF Member

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    ....two foxes.....'courting'! [​IMG]
     
  4. rwleonard

    rwleonard Well-Known Member

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    Two foxes courting? Did you at least have the decency to let him finish?

    Rick

    PS I suppose that, as you squeezed the trigger, you thought,"You're f*#$ed now!"
     
  5. BlueMoon

    BlueMoon Member

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    m14dan,

    Nice pictures. Looks like one picture was shot through the windshield.

    Man, that's the flatest country I've seen lately. BM

    Bill
     
  6. m14dan

    m14dan Active Member

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    You must mean the antelope. A few were shot through the windshield. You should have seen that guy running alongside the truck before he ct in front and went under the fence. Boy was that a sight! They have a few hundred of them out there and no open season on them. That really sucks!
    It is pretty flat around here. The lubbock area is bassicly just a big plateau. This place is riht on the edge and starts to get hilly on one end of the property.
    That's funny with the foxes. A freind of mine a few years ago got two deer like that. He didn't let them finish.