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Predator kills! Photos!

Discussion in 'Photo Album' started by ROON, Mar 11, 2010.

  1. Wormydog1724

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    Photobucket sucks now. When I upload pics they get blurry. But anyways called in a double on the first stand this morning. Called the first one in from over a mile, took a 125y shot and put him down. He was mangy and really bloody so no pic of him. The second came from behind us and snuck down a draw towards the call. At 25 yards he crossed my line of sight and I popped him. His belly was full of something, had to weigh close to 40# even though he really wasn't all that big.

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    Bison 16" recon barrel 6.8 SPC
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  2. dennishoddy

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    Yeah, he looks well fed. Is that a new rifle in your collection? I keep toying with a 6.5 Grendel.
    Haven't looked at your caliber yet.
    Your thoughts?
     
  3. Wormydog1724

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    That's the same old Remington R-15 I've had forever. Had it redipped in a more functional camo. And I rebarreled it to 6.8 SPC, put the Troy TRX-E on while I was at it, and basically changed everything else except the takedown pins. It's a damn fine spotter and does number on coyotes.

    I've never compared the 6.8 SPC to the 6.5 G, but I know that topic has been beat to death in a lot of places. The number of different bullets and availability of commercially loaded ammo was my determining factor, and now that federal has begun producing 6.8 ammo, it's even better. Saw a coyote by my house on my way to work this morning. Think I'll try I call him in before supper.
     
  4. PanhandleGlocker

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    Only "predator" I have killed. I don't hunt coyotes or bobcats.

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  5. Wormydog1724

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    If you need help with some pigs, I'm just a hop skip and a jump from Guymon now. Have gun, will travel. :)
     
  6. PanhandleGlocker

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    Haha! Where are you at? Maybe we can find some people in Cimarron County that will let us hunt them! I normally hunt by Shamrock, TX which is a 2hr drive for me. :D
     
  7. Wormydog1724

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    Drove across the border to the free state of Texas for a quick night hunt. Called in one within 5 minutes, pretty sure I missed. Two more came in 10 minutes later, ran right passed me at 10 yards, killed the first one while the second one slipped into the tall grass. It kept barking about 50 yards away and I finally got a clear shot through the grass, not sure if I hit it either. I tentatively looked but didn't feel comfortable walking through that waist high grass in the dark with a potentially wounded/dangerous animal lurking in the midsts. I'm going back down there after work to search the area. I doubt I'll find anything. I need an IR illuminator.

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  8. 338Shooter

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    I've got a PVS-14 and a couple lasers. I'm always down for night hunting 'yotes. :D
     
  9. Wormydog1724

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    Bison Armory 16" 6.8 SPC

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  10. PanhandleGlocker

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    Where the heck are you hunting at Wormydog?
     

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