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About azhuntnut

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  1. azhuntnut

    Nice buck

    I hunted this unit last year and got skunked. I had never seen it so bad since I started hunting it over 30 years ago. I put in for it again to challenge myself to find a good buck. I did find a 180 plus buck about 7 weeks ago and spent several weekends trying to relocate him, but had no luck. I changed locations and turned up this buck 3 weeks ago. I only got about 45 seconds of footage before he disappeared. I came back the next weekend and couldn’t turn him up. About ten days ago I found him again, and got about 30 seconds of video before he melted away into one of his hiding spots. Opening morning found me and my son looking for another buck I had found for him, but that deer didn’t want to cooperate. We hunted all day and only found several young deer. Saturday I decided to go searching for the big 3, but he never showed himself. On the hike out, I found several lion tracks and figured he had been killed or pushed. Sunday the wind was gusting 20-30 mph and most of the deer I found were bedded, and also 600 yards out with no chance to shoot with the cross winds. The wind blew hard all day and we just couldn’t find much moving. Monday morning started the same with the crazy winds, but we had a plan to relocate another tall 3x3 I had seen several times for my son. On our way to that spot, I said let’s go take a look for the other big 3 and just see if he is up and moving. We were glassing from a spot that didn’t really give me the angle needed to see into his normal feeding area, but I wanted to at least try. I turned up one doe in a small cut feeding away from us. We kept glassing the area over and thought for sure there is no way this buck would be out feeding. I glassed for a while and was getting ready to move on and decided to glass below me. Standing in the open feeding was this buck at only 225 yards. I had just looked over this spot five minutes earlier. He must have been down inside a deep cut where I couldn’t see him before. I put a 168 ELD-M right in the pocket and he spun and dropped about ten feet away. While we were packing him out, we hiked down the same wash that I had used a couple days earlier. They’re more lion tracks on top of my boot tracks. We scouted this area for weeks and kept seeing lion tracks in the road, but we were never able to glass him up. Unfortunately we never found a good buck for my son to shoot, but it was a great hunt and had a great time hunting with my son. David
  2. azhuntnut

    Scammer alert scanty12

    His buddy also has a sig rangefinder
  3. Looking for Sig Sauer kilo range finder. Must be able to connect to BDX scopes. David
  4. azhuntnut

    New dies and powder

    Dies still available.
  5. azhuntnut

    Cabelas Shooting Stand $40

    I will take it. Sending a PM. David
  6. azhuntnut

    Good luck 11m hunters

    Every once in a while some good bulls show up in there. It has become a lot harder now since they have done so much clear cutting. I shot one in from 2005. Just under 380 with some great eye guards. The other one I have over ten minutes of video and no tag in my pocket. David
  7. azhuntnut

    Couple new shotguns

    Here is a link for the shotgun. It shows 5 chokes. https://www.mossberg.com/silver-reserve-75478.html
  8. It does lock onto the rail with 2 bolts.
  9. I designed the LOC JAW long before any of these other tripod devices existed. I used my first prototype back in 2007 and it made it easy to shoot coyotes at 400-500 yards. It was especially useful when my boys started to shoot with me. I designed the LOC JAW to be a universal fit for any hunter to use with his existing tripod while hunting. You don’t need anything special and you don’t have to purchase a separate tripod or head to use it. In the photo it shows that it slides onto any Picatinny rail and your tripod plate bolts to it. I would advise against using a ball head. It doesn’t have the side to side stability while holding the weight of the rifle. Canting will cause your point of aim to change.
  10. If you are shooting an AR-15, or using a rifle chassis, this is our lightweight mount. You can leave it on the gun and use the plate from your tripod. https://aristotle-engineering.com/products/loc-jaw-tripod-mount-black-anodize/
  11. azhuntnut

    New and used rifle scopes

    Open to trading for Sig Sauer BDX scope or BDX range finder.
  12. azhuntnut

    Couple new shotguns

    Dove season coming up
  13. azhuntnut

    Need some welding done in flag

    Randall, I think I got it figured out. If I can’t fix it, I will give you a shout. Thank you for reaching out