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#7294576 - 01/10/13 Re: Got my first taste of long range hunting today [Re: EddyBo]  
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Hmm, how long is the season?

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#7294630 - 01/10/13 Re: Got my first taste of long range hunting today [Re: 65BR]  
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Our season here in North MS starts in early November and runs through the end of January if you include the primitive firearm seasons. I was thinking the season started about 2 weeks later down south and ended in mid Feb. I haven't gone to the state website to check for sure.


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#7300636 - 01/11/13 Re: Got my first taste of long range hunting today [Re: EddyBo]  
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Originally Posted by EddyBo
Originally Posted by schoolmarm
Originally Posted by EddyBo
Tatelaw, NMSshooter, I have never taken a trophy whitetail shooting long range, but find it is one hell of a tool for culling does. I just locked up a spot on Hwy 16 very near the big black. I used to hunt the property 15 years ago. I hear the current lease holders have let the does run wild. If yall want to come shoot some does....or a buck if the opportunity arises, yall holler. Do I know yall from the old MDWFP or Bull forums?



Good for you EddyBo. We gotta cull a few here but no LR opportunities just 100-200 yds. Shoot some of those monsters you make.
BG


You going to make it to the MOF forum get together at my place after season? We are going to break out my big cooker and we are going to have a sausage cook off. Everyone is bringing a pack of sausage from their favorite processor. we are going to have judges to determine the best. Also a couple of magnolia record scorers are supposed to be coming to score deer for folks.


When and where I want to try and make it down for this

#7301438 - 01/11/13 Re: Got my first taste of long range hunting today [Re: smokepole]  
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Originally Posted by smokepole
[quote=BrentD] Very hard to make this post jive with your first post.


Not if you read 'em both.

Originally Posted by BrentD Does that somehow justify a 633 yds shot? [/quote


Justify?? Why does he need to justify anything to you?

Good shootin' Tatelaw. I once was taking a ration of sh** from a guy around a campfire for missing a shot at a buck. Then, the oldest and by far most accomplished hunter there spat in the fire and said "if you ain't never missed a shot, you either haven't hunted much or ain't tryin' hard enough."



Smoke, you can't reason with a dhimmicrap. He's a "victim" of the publik skool "look and guess" reading method. He guessed. If some rich people had had more money lifted from them and thrown at his skool he likely could read better.

#7314409 - 01/14/13 Re: Got my first taste of long range hunting today [Re: Take_a_knee]  
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I am proud I am not the only one thought the story read complete and no contradictions. I thought that since I was there and knew the story I was reading between the lines. I guess us southern rednecks can read correctly after all.
Thanks for the comments


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#7335024 - 01/19/13 Re: Got my first taste of long range hunting today [Re: NMSSHOOTER]  
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We got 2 more on the 17th. Mine was 480 yards and Rogers was 220. He shot first then mine stopped at 480 just a little to long for her own good. Both of these was DRT. Roger shot his with his new 257 weatherby and I shot mine with my 7rm sendero.


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#7335422 - 01/19/13 Re: Got my first taste of long range hunting today [Re: NMSSHOOTER]  
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Nothing like long range doe poking'...Good job boys!


Can't beat a good turkey hunt...
#7336739 - 01/19/13 Re: Got my first taste of long range hunting today [Re: gunnut308]  
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The new 257Wby Luke mentioned is Safariman's custom 257 built on a Pre 64 Model 70 action. I truly appreciate Realralfy agreeing to sell it and I intend to continue to put it to good use. It is my first custom and I think I started out well!


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#7336877 - 01/20/13 Re: Got my first taste of long range hunting today [Re: TATELAW]  
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Yeah, maybe by this time next year you can keep up wth sendero


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#7337724 - 01/20/13 Re: Got my first taste of long range hunting today [Re: TATELAW]  
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Originally Posted by TATELAW
The new 257Wby Luke mentioned is Safariman's custom 257 built on a Pre 64 Model 70 action.


Sounds like a sweeeeet rifle.



A wise man is frequently humbled.

Bravo

#7342992 - 01/21/13 Re: Got my first taste of long range hunting today [Re: smokepole]  
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Got another sendero in 300 RUM In a ss series II. Ill have it ready to go for next year


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#7343024 - 01/21/13 Re: Got my first taste of long range hunting today [Re: NMSSHOOTER]  
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Is that an invitation? That sounds like an invitation grin



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#7343036 - 01/21/13 Re: Got my first taste of long range hunting today [Re: smokepole]  
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I plan to have 2 so I will have an extra. The RUM is supposed to be a shooter too. Maybe we can swap a hunt


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#7344752 - 01/21/13 Re: Got my first taste of long range hunting today [Re: NMSSHOOTER]  
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Sounds like a couple of guys enjoying deer hunting. Keep it up, life is too short!

#7345360 - 01/21/13 Re: Got my first taste of long range hunting today [Re: NMSSHOOTER]  
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Originally Posted by NMSSHOOTER
Maybe we can swap a hunt


If I had one to swap, I'd be right there with you. I could always welcome you to the public lands in the great state of Colorado.....



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#7354515 - 01/23/13 Re: Got my first taste of long range hunting today [Re: smokepole]  
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A good guide is always worth its weight in gold. Maybe one day we can get together.


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