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#2635217 - 02/11/14 06:01 PM 2014 egg shoot pictures
Yellowhammer Offline
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Bearmanric and Stu Farish



Kerry Carver, Reb8600, Kim Carver




Grizzly Adams, I mean Tom Austin, and Scottmilk9





Big Al and Stu Farrish



Scottmilk9 and Dominque giving instructions.



Jeff Mock


Edited by Yellowhammer (02/11/14 06:10 PM)
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#2635218 - 02/11/14 06:02 PM Re: 2014 egg shoot pictures [Re: Yellowhammer]
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The firing line.






The spotters.



A few onlookers.



JasonElpaso




More of the firing line.







Venatic





Big Al Morris


Edited by Yellowhammer (02/11/14 06:37 PM)
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#2635219 - 02/11/14 06:02 PM Re: 2014 egg shoot pictures [Re: Yellowhammer]
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Jeff Mock







Kim Carver





The 3 finalists.



The winners: Ben Austin, 3rd, Venatic 2nd, 220swift 1st.



The Masters competitors (former egg shoot winners) were Kerry Carver, 1953, and DesertRam

This was a BIG egg shooter that showed up at the range.





Edited by Yellowhammer (02/11/14 06:35 PM)
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#2635236 - 02/11/14 06:24 PM Re: 2014 egg shoot pictures [Re: Yellowhammer]
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The winners being recognized.



1st place 220swift



The first second and third place youth shooters.



The Masters winner DestertRam


Edited by Yellowhammer (02/11/14 06:27 PM)
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#2635355 - 02/11/14 08:30 PM Re: 2014 egg shoot pictures [Re: Yellowhammer]
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Congrats guys, that looks like it was allot of fun!
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#2636527 - 02/13/14 09:00 AM Re: 2014 egg shoot pictures [Re: Yellowhammer]
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Couple of questions, What cartridge were the winners shooting?

And, what seat and shooting sticks? Looking at Big Al's setup, it seems the Cabela's turkey lounger and the bog pods prevailed as most popular.
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#2636566 - 02/13/14 09:39 AM Re: 2014 egg shoot pictures [Re: Yellowhammer]
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I was shooting a 220 Swift and my sticks were made by a friend of mine that goes by BigMo here on Predator Masters.

Not sure about what seat I am using it is an elcheapo folding stool I have had for years.I have a real nice Primos stool that I like but it is lot heavier and hard to pack in a suitcase for the flight out.

To be real honest I am not sure what calibers Venatic and Ben were shooting.
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#2636580 - 02/13/14 10:02 AM Re: 2014 egg shoot pictures [Re: Coyotejunki]
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Originally Posted By: Coyotejunki
Couple of questions, What cartridge were the winners shooting?

And, what seat and shooting sticks? Looking at Big Al's setup, it seems the Cabela's turkey lounger and the bog pods prevailed as most popular.


Bone stock Browning A-bolt Varmint Medallion in .223 with my handloads (50 grain V-maxes over Benchmark). I borrowed a turkey chair and Bog Pod shooting sticks from another Egg Shooter (thanks!).
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#2636707 - 02/13/14 12:58 PM Re: 2014 egg shoot pictures [Re: Yellowhammer]
Matt1953 Offline
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Your welcome Troy you know you are welcome to anything you need.
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#2636736 - 02/13/14 01:24 PM Re: 2014 egg shoot pictures [Re: Matt1953]
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Venactic was shooting a Dtech 6x45 with hand loads. I believe that Ben was shooting a 22-250.
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