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About lancetkenyon

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  • Birthday 02/27/1971

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    N. Phoenix, AZ
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    Hunting, fishing, photography, family.

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  1. lancetkenyon

    Opinions on Rifles?

    No smokeless ML allowed in AZ during a ML or HAM hunt. You can use it elsewhere, or on a general AZ hunt. But they do GREAT with BH209 too, so you can go that route. Just did a quick tutorial for a buddy. He shoots smokeless too with H322.
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    Unit 9 Deer Tags

    Beware the Park Boundary.
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    SWAROVSKI X5I 5-25X56 P

    Good price for a GREAT SFP scope.
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    280 Remington Brass

    What is the headstamp on all the brass?
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    Swarovski 15x56 question

    The twist out eyecups allow use with or without glasses. I used my 15s on occasion while ringing steel with buddies before I got the BTXs. I could twist them in to use with my eye protection, or twist out in varying settings for use without.
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    Died and Went to Hillbilly Heaven

    Steve N' Seagulls do a lot of cool covers. Spend an hour on Youtube and enjoy. Nirvana, AC/DC, Metallica, etc.
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    NM archery mule deer

    Ummm....that is not a Coues. (This is the "coues deer hunting in NM" subforum!)😁 Great muley though.
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    Swarovski 15x56 question

    I thought the NEUs were HDs? Maybe not? My Swaro SLC 15x56s are definitely the HDs, and they are fantastic. I would go 15x56 SLC HD over 12x50 NL Pure as long as you have a good set of 10x42s also. To me, the 15s are a bit much for glassing under a mile. I like a wider FOV for that distance. I have hunted with guys who only have the 12x50 NL Pures, and a buddy and I with the 15x56 HDs were able to pick out pronghorn at 4+ miles and tell the difference between does, an average buck, and a good buck from that distance. Not necessarily HOW good, but definitely could pick out the bigger bucks from the smaller ones to see if they were worth a closer look. The 12s could barely make out the difference between the bucks and does. If you only have one set, the 12s make a bit more sense. Sure wish Swaro would release an NL Pure 15x56.
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    FREE FURNITURE

    Pictures of the $8000.00 used sectional? I gotta see what we are talking about here. Same for the $4800.00 used chair and ottoman.
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    Horn Quality 2022 ?

    Watch for BC777....
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    Primers/Powder for sale

    These shouldn't last long. I am tempted but will let others grab them. If I didn't have 28k primers already, I would be all over them quick.
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    Coues Backpack Hunt Optics

    With what you have and want to do, I would say 12x and medium spotter. I like a 10x in a chest harness for glassing to a mile for the wider FOV. Anything over a mile, I swap to 15x. A 12x will be a compromise between the two. Losing a little FOV for close work, and losing 3x on the top end. But I don't like glassing under a mile with my 15s due to the narrow FOV. Can't count how many times I have picked up an ear flick or tail in the edges of my 10x. I like a spotter for checking on an animal I have already found. I hate glassing with a single eyepiece spotter....which is why I now have a 95mm BTX. But I sure wouldn't be wanting to pack that around much. So I have been considering a smaller STX/65mm package for the pack.
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    Heavier than my heaviest dream buck

    "Everything Buck" Mass, extras, drops, length, width.
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    What Red Dot??

    Holosun here too. I have two.
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    Flat primers

    .010-.015" headspace is HUGE. If you are just forming brass, back that charge way down and blow them out.
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