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Everything posted by Shoots100

  1. Whatever type of land, the more pressure, the harder to hunt. I've been to gun clubs, state lands, private lands where only one or two members/land owners hunt and game is plentiful, yet the same type of lands where your lucky to see an animal after opening day because of hunting pressure. SJC
  2. With a good dog, Pheasants are child's play anywhere. As you know, Turkey hunting takes a lot of recon no matter where you hunt, but I find the birds in aisle 8 taste the best. SJC
  3. If you have electric available, this beats doing it by hand any day of the week, or get a 12v winch for more portability. Hoist
  4. Three more bite the dust in one evening. This one paid his friend a visit and went to mouse heaven. This poor mouse thought it was going to sneak on by. Silly mouse, leaves aren't pelletproof.
  5. When the other site started, this site became tolerable again. Now your back causing trouble and slinging mud. Did you get tired of reading about what others had for dinner or what cigar they smoked that night ? Don't let door hit you where the lord split you. SJC
  6. Why post what's already known and make others sad too ? It was just a given that NY and the other blue bastions of regressive lefty lib run states were going to go to shit, but after warning other states of the impending doom and them laughing at us while lefty's are getting a foothold to ruin those states too, it's like the whole country is going to shit now and I have nowhere to go to die in peace. They stopped teaching and are rewriting history for a reason, as those who don't learn from it are doomed to repeat it.
  7. Their eye's opened last weekend, so we're going to take a ride to meet him soon. The mother is a tri color roan, so I'm hoping he gets a little roan coloring as he gets older.
  8. It's been almost three years since we had to put the last of our three dogs down. When I was told by my Brittany breeder friend that he has a litter of puppies that were born on my late mothers birthday, it was a done deal. Liver/White male, two weeks old. Yankee Bean II
  9. We cut and teddered several hay fields last weekend and usually would see a few chucks wandering about afterwards to pop, but not this time. With all of the coyote eradication we do in the area, it was surprising that we didn't find a fresh chuck hole in a field. SJC
  10. You need to mount a thermal scope on that baby and start hunting mice before the state bans mouse hunting !
  11. Two more down, this time I remembered to hit the record button.
  12. Most wolves are double the size of a coyote, they move, act and sound differently too. Wolves don't like populated areas and unless they can't find food to eat, stick to remote areas and deep woods. Coyote have been found in city limit's and thrive in suburban areas. They both look the same in a thermal scope. SJC
  13. I've heard that Hawk tastes just like Eagle. SJC
  14. Nature has a better handle on things than man ever will. Nature has no time constraints, but mankind does and that leads to overreaction when dealing with nature. I've been hunting coyote all over for decades and in states that have no season for them, their numbers are better kept in check and not because people hate them. Most of the places I get asked to hunt are homesteads that let the problem get out of control or are in areas that don't allow hunting. Coyote are far from stupid and sometimes their too smart for their own good. Those are the ones I like to hunt.
  15. I want coyote to be around, as they have their place in nature and being wile E, are a worthy opponent. NY having a hunting season for them will guarantee their presence in the state and if they overpopulate and start killing the easy picking house pets, I'll keep getting calls to hunt them.
  16. Wolves eat everything, two wolves eat a lot of everything, so keep an eye out.
  17. While function testing, I found that you can use it as a thumbhole for precision shots or as a pistol grip, using the top area as a thumb rest for quicker bolt manipulation. Like the Impulse rifle, the stock is totally ambidextrous. We'll see how it takes a beating this fall. SJC
  18. Wanted to have more flexibility with my primary predator rig, so I bought a pepper color Boyd's At-one thumbhole stock when they decided to inlet them for the Savage Impulse predator. Because of the squarish fore stock contour, it fits perfect in the rifle clamp rests I use. Looks great too, but needed to open the barrel channel up to fit the larger carbon fiber barrel I have. The two factory barrels I have had no barrel channel clearance issues. Took about an hour with some elbow grease and the correct supplied hand tools. Free floated and ready for some range time.
  19. This is the type of pump up sprayer I use. Pump Sprayer Since the sprayers are cheap, I bought two as I treat multiple clothes at one time and using the trigger sprayers got old real quick, unless you really need to strengthen your trigger fingers. SJC
  20. Been doing this for a long time. I use a small pump up sprayer and after letting the clothes sit for an hour, I put the work clothes in the dryer on low heat to fully dry. I let my hunting clothes dry in the sun, as not to contaminate them with whatever scents that might be lurking in the dryer. You would think that the smell would scare animals off, but I've had no issues, even with approaching coyote. I think it's a good cover scent. SJC
  21. If you have a shop close by with a fair amount of scopes, i would visit and see what looks best. With the availability of 30mm or bigger tubes and great glass, you can have more magnification with a wide FOV and better light gathering capabilities than the older 1" tubed scopes. When I compare the LPVO's I have with my old scopes, the difference is stunning, even with the cheaper brands. SJC
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