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About Couestracker

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  • Birthday 09/29/1953

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    Hunting, predator calling, exploring, muscle cars, motorcycles, camping, well, anything outdoors.

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  1. Couestracker

    Remington XP100

    Sent you a pm.
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    Remington XP100

    Ok, I am buying it, next time I go to Tucson I'll bring it and look you up. I was there 3rd Thu 13th grade. Thank you for the detailed info.
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    Remington XP100

    Thanks! How do I tell that code? S/N is 6xxx.
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    Remington XP100

    All in excellent condition. Original case, repair tag from 1979 regarding safety recall. Some on Gun Broker going for $1000 plus, others can be found for $800, some forums place worth between $400-600. Funny, gun sold for $99 originally.
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    Remington XP100

    First of all.....can't believe there isn't a handgun sub-topic here.... So can anyone chime in on the XP100 in .221 fireball value? It's an early version, 4 didget s/n, in excellent condition, original case and paperwork. Trigger recall completed in 1979. Thanks in advance!
  6. Couestracker

    Best buffalo hunt?

    Which hunt is considered better, fall or spring? Asking for a friend. 👀
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    Gould's success!

    Yes, nice area for sure. Saw a couple of nice coues bucks still packing gear. Might have to try to get a coues tag there as well.
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    Mexico Gould's Turkey Hunt

    Very cool! Congrats to you both. Double bearded Gould's, w o w!
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    Opening morning Archery Gould's

    Congrats! Heck of a spur there!
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    Tuesday Turkey

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    Gould's success!

    For this season in Arizona, I drew my second Gould's turkey tag, this one in 35A. I found out that Game and Fish holds a survey camp, sponsored by The Huachuca Gould's Chapter of The NWTF, a month before the hunt. Of course I participated in the survey, it was fun, plus I learned a lot about the unit and found some roosting areas. Excellent camp, nice folds and great food! Did I mention the various Dutch-oven cobblers? Opening morning I went in where 3 toms had been roosted, but they weren't there. I heard a faint gobble further up the canyon, so I moved a half-mile further in. It was light by now, so I set-up by a little meadow alongside a running Creek and began calling. I had a gobbler respond about 300 yards up the canyon. Next gobble he sounded closer, the next sounded farther away. I called again and he sounded closer! I strained my eyes looking thru the trees and brush looking for movement. Finally I catch sight of him, he's strutting and gobbling his way in! I was counting on him coming along the creek, but he was on the dirt road on the far side of the creek. As he passed behind a tree, I got my shotgun up on a knee and pointed that direction. I had ranged all parts of the area, so I knew if I had a clear shot I could take him. He continued strutting and gobbling down the road, but there was a lot of brush between us. As I followed him with the muzzle, the road was angling away, when he got to be straight out in front of me, he passed through a clear spot, so I fired-dropped him in his tracks! Turned out to be a 50 yard shot. He was a nice tom! Weighed 20.5 lbs, had a thick 11" beard and 1" spurs. Checked the time: 5:50 am. Beautiful tom! View from where I shot Zoomed in, bird is on edge of road View of camp through trees Not roughing it this time Sunset from Coronado National Monument
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    turkey downI

    Congrats Bob! Way to hang for sure!
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    Draw Results!

    I drew another muzzy coues tag! Now if I could only find one..........
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    San Carlos success

    Oh man, that sucks! Be careful loading up this year. I'm heading out next Friday, will be going after a bird I saw last year that had the biggest paint brush beard I've ever seen. Will post results, good or otherwise.