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  1. I'd love to hear how it goes. I'm likely gonna be forced to do the same thing.
  2. I have a prc and kinda sort of expect to have an issue soon seeing how I'm firing all my current brass for the third time. However I know a few guys who are using graduated she'll holders from redding and are at 8+ reloads. It probably says in the link you shared why it won't work, but have you tried the graduated shell holders?
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    Deer staying bedded?

    High fence keeps em active.
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    Deer staying bedded?

    🤥
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    Heffelfinger on instagram

    Stole the words right out of my mouth.
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    Rifle hunts in Jan

    Is this real?
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    Sauer 100 6.5 PRC

    This is a pretty good deal. These are great guns. Phenomenal factory trigger.
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    Savage Axis II 6.5 creedmoor-sold

    Any idea on the length of pull on the stock? I've got a young lady looking for a creedmoor.
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    Bullets and Powder

    I'll take the eldx bullets. Pm coming.
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    Prime Logic CT5

    I shoot this same bow. Super tempting to move up to 80 lbs. Bump for a long range dart shooter!
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    G&F commission voted unanimously to ban trail cams

    Two of the commissioners publicly stated why they wanted the ban on a podcast. Almost their entire argument was based around water. Their reasoning is full of holes.
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    G&F commission voted unanimously to ban trail cams

    This is a huge kick in the balls to all the DIY coues deer hunters who like to run cameras far from the road. This ban will not change pressure on animals in Southern AZ. It will not change success rates. The only effect it will have on southern Arizona is that it will take away something that a bunch of us coues deer hunters really enjoy and cherish. My biggest passion outside of my family and hunting, is tracking coues deer ntler growth through their life cycles. Now I have to choose between giving up one of my passions and potentially being seen as a criminal if I hunt in the area of one of my cameras. I completely understand the need to regulate, but a statewide ban will always be viewed by me as a lazy way to throw a statewide blanket over a northern problem. To me it is similar to sending all the kids in class to detention because a few of the kids are being disruptive. For those of you on this forum that are arguing in support of this ban, how many of you are even coues deer hunters? This is a coues forum, and unfortunately most of the real coues deer hunters that used to frequent this site have all moved on to greener pastures. How many of you guys arguing in support of the ban actually spend time in traditional coues deer units and not just northern units where this is a problem. I ask this question because it seems like so many of you who are in support of this have no problem taking them away from everybody, yet you aren't even aware of how little issues there are in most units. Why wouldn't a ban on water have been sufficient? Why wouldn't a ban in the problem units have been sufficient for now?
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    Gila wilderness bulls.

    Thanks!
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    Gila wilderness bulls.

    Thanks buddy 👊🏼
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    Gila wilderness bulls.

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