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Jump to new posts Re: ** MAPLE BUNNY BOMB ** by badtothebone @ 4 minutes 32 seconds ago

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Reloading & Ammo
Jump to new posts Re: 222/223 Fur friendly bullet 40-45 Gr. by Coyote#1 @ 21 minutes 17 seconds ago

The hornet bullets you mentioned are to soft at 222 or 223 velocity to be relied upon for a less than perfect shot. I like the 45gr Sierra spitz Varminter for my 223. You can go to Sierra website & read there recommendations.
Varmint Hunting
Jump to new posts Re: .223 or .204 for ground squirrels? by TheGDog @ 22 minutes 57 seconds ago

Personally I've been having GREAT FUN "Poppin' Squeeks" and makin' Rabbits do blackflips with .17 HMR using Hornady NTX 15.5gr (and also the CCI Green TNT's 17gr) Way more accurate then I am. Farthest shot on Ground Squirrel so far was 92
The Church of The Painful Truth
Jump to new posts Re: illegals can now get a drivers liscence in new york by ny hunter @ 26 minutes 33 seconds ago

plenty of them already driving around here. Still don't understand how this Dicktator keeps getting in.I don't know anyone that agrees with anything he does.
Varmint Hunting
5-25-2019... 8am on the D-O-T Found our heroes TheGDog and TrapLine clinging to some of the only shade available this AM as the temperature was making it's way towards the forecast 90 F for the Salton Sea. This was essentially the first set of the d
Reloading & Ammo
Jump to new posts Re: 222/223 Fur friendly bullet 40-45 Gr. by AWS @ Today at 04:20 PM

For an old school bullet it is pretty impressive as a coyote bullet. I shoot it in my 222 Rem 5.6x50R Magnum and 22-250 and it just works. I'm going to give it a try in my 218 Bee just because the HP is so large it shouldn't be a problem in a tube
Firearms
Jump to new posts Re: More Beanland Goodness, 6BRA for the Mrs. by CZ527 @ Today at 04:16 PM

Originally Posted By: emptymagMan that rifle really does it for me! What optic you have on it?, Nightforce atacr judging from the notes? Forming with lapua brass? Lapua brass. Generally there is a Swarovski Z8i on there, but it’s on its way to Au
Firearms
Jump to new posts Re: More Beanland Goodness, 6BRA for the Mrs. by CZ527 @ Today at 04:15 PM

Originally Posted By: Tim NeitzkeNice shooting ! I thought the Hybrid was pose to be less picky on seating depth ,no ? In general, the Hybrid line has been less picky for me. The 6mm 105, on the other hand, has been pretty tough.
Hog Heaven
Jump to new posts Re: 1st trip to Texas by MISportsman @ Today at 02:07 PM

a ballistic tip would be tough enough?
The Church of The Painful Truth
Jump to new posts illegals can now get a drivers liscence in new york by Plant.One @ Today at 01:56 PM

i hope trump tweets how nice it is for NY to give ICE a deportation list.... that'll pretty much guarantee no illegal signs up for it https://www.foxnews.com/politics/new-yor...rivers-licenses
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Predator Hunting
I have said way too much already here. Far exceeded my quota. And my words are apparently not being understood anyway. It's not like I'm passionate about this subject either. I just found the problem interesting. The problem being, how would I g
Firearms
Jump to new posts Re: McGowen Precision Barrels by Matlock @ Today at 12:54 PM

You aren't the first to recommend a Shaw. In fact, Rustydust shoots Shaw barrels and speaks highly of them. At this point, I've not made my mind up on where I'm going with this next project. My 20 Practical is an X-Caliber pre-fit, I've been more tha
Firearms
Jump to new posts Re: Green Mountain 10-22 barrel problems: by Plant.One @ Today at 12:43 PM

Originally Posted By: TripleDeuce660Call GM don't do anything till that. It probably has a warranty. Most all aftermarket barrels have the bentz chamber and work fine. so much this. why does everyone go to "fix it yourself" when someone
Firearms
Jump to new posts Re: key holes by ackleyman @ Today at 11:03 AM

Lots of guys order barrel twist rates according to the bullets they like to shoot. A 14T is going to have a lot less pressure than a 9T, more speed is the result. A 25/06 with a 14T will shoot the 85g Speer flat base at some unbelievable speeds, 36
Hog Heaven
Jump to new posts Re: 1st trip to Texas by daddyflea @ Today at 10:45 AM

A 130gr ballistic tip would be my choice
Firearms
Jump to new posts Re: Custom rifle taking too long by yotehunter243 @ Today at 10:34 AM

Are they 22-250s?
Firearms
Jump to new posts Re: key holes by gotspots @ Today at 10:30 AM

The original model 99 250-3000 savages were twisted at 1-14 to get the 60-70's up to the magic 3000fps. Have played with a few that would stabilize up to the 87 Hornady. After that no go.
Reloading & Ammo
Jump to new posts Re: Lyman Case Prep Xpress by pyscodog @ Today at 10:27 AM

I bought the trim tools for 220 Swift and 223 and the adapter to use on the Xpress. The 220 Swift works good on the machine but I found the 223 trimmer is much faster using a drill then finishing up on the Xpress. Its much faster and easier trimming
Firearms
Jump to new posts Re: key holes by pyscodog @ Today at 10:17 AM

Its strange, but I have a barrel blank in 25 caliber with a 14 twist setting in my closet now. I had no idea why the odd twist rate, maybe it was a fad to have a 25 cal to shoot really light bullets, IDK? Someone wants it,I'll make you a deal.
Predator Hunting
Jump to new posts Re: Calling coyotes in the spring/summer by Brendan43 @ Today at 09:47 AM

In addition to the type of call ( pup distress during denning season etc..), you should also account for movement. If you called coyotes in late fall or winter in one area, that doesn’t mean they’re denning there. A lot of times there isn’t anything
Reloading & Ammo
Jump to new posts Re: 222/223 Fur friendly bullet 40-45 Gr. by 6mm06 @ Today at 09:34 AM

Originally Posted By: Brad PhillipsI use the Speer 52gr FB HP............ I have never used this bullet for coyotes, but did extensively for groundhogs years ago out of a 22-250. Rarely did I ever get an exit, but that was with a higher velocity th
Night Calling
Jump to new posts Re: Thermal/LRF laws by NUT_dogger @ Today at 09:12 AM

If he is the one "interpreting" the law then yes it is actually up to the sheriff if you end up in handcuffs and charged with a crime or not.
Predator Hunting
[/quote] Don't you think the same arguments in this thread could be made to ban night hunting in your state. Sloppy hunters up all night doing drugs to stay awake and killing every animal that comes to the call even illegal ones or pets. Come on
Firearms
Jump to new posts Re: key holes by ackleyman @ Today at 09:06 AM

1*10 twists were put on Ruger, Rem, and Win. Yours must be a custom rifle to come up with a 14 twist, intended for light bullets. I think that you should Re measure your twist rate with a brand new brush on a cleaning rod. If it comes up to 14 twi
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