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Coues 'n' Sheep

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About Coues 'n' Sheep

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  • Birthday 10/07/1975

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    "My Island"
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    The Outdoors, Hunting, Guiding, Getting Bloody, Spending time outdoors with my Bride.

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  1. I've got a couple factory rifles that with a trigger job are good killing machines at say 400+/-... but all my custom rifles are 1/2 MOA at a 1000yds (or better)... It is all in the details from 500-1000 yds, IMHO....
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    Elk raffle bull

    A little different perspective on this beast and that isn't a lil' dude packing the bull. Beams and Mass are UN-Freaking-Real on this bull...
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    Being patient after the shot....

    Hard to believe this is an 8 year old thread and I still get messages about it... Good hunting this fall folks!
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    GWG women's insulated hunting boots

    Bump for good deal on ladies gear...
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    Hey Coues 'n' sheep

    I fixed it. Sending Message. Thanks.
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    13 BP's and don't know what to do with them.

    Pray you get lucky? I am at 18 and all I do is Pray....
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    Rosy Waterdogs?

    The lil ones are awesome for Bass and Channels and the big ones are great on Flat Heads in my limited experience at Rosie...
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    Snow damage

    Awe Suck!!
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    Deer Meat

    Thanks guys!!! please let me know how this shakes out.... and if anyone ends up with the meat. Text is best. Much Thanks!!!!
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    Deer Meat

    That was me.... I wouldn't be able to pick it up until the 20th on my way back from Mexico? You can reach me via text or call if that works. (9two8) Nine78-Two9zero0 Thanks.
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    OneNIB rifle needs new home (other 2 are sold)

    Bump for Cyber Monday shoppers!! Hahaha
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    Calling out the poacher in unit 33

    Technically it is littering... and if FS & AZGFD would enforce that LAW, then the G&F would not have needed to create the "Bait rule"... but law makers just gotta make more laws....
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    OneNIB rifle needs new home (other 2 are sold)

    The WBY Mags are sold... The savage is listed several places on line for $775ish plus tax.... I am willing to hear reasonable offers. THX and Happy Thanksgiving!!!
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    6.5 x 300 weatherby mag

    It will be one of my next builds... but waiting till brass becomes more available... I know some guys that know some guys... that shoot them but sorry no data.
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    "Good to a thousand" mentality??

    For years I had tried to be prepared to +/- 600 yds and we never lost a Critter. This year I was blessed with an opportunity to become a Shop Shooter for Inner Mountain Rifle Stocks... They build custom guns and stocks. With a brand new 6.5x.284 Norma arriving I figured I was GOLDEN now! I pulled it out of the Box, checked the zero at 200 and lofted a 5 shot (3/4 MOA) group out to 966 yds the first day! What I realized next was how much I still had to learn! Eric, the owner, taught me about load data for this new gun, how to use the equipment that I had to it's potential... and coupling that with the things I had learned over the years we have taken 5 antelope, with 3 different shooters, in 2 different states with it so far this year... at ranges from 280-736 yds! All one shot kills all with spotters, calling ranges, calling wind, and calling shots. It takes more than a shooter, it takes the best equipment, it takes a bit of help also... and it takes being able to pull out before the shot and say, "Nope... not gonna happen." There is a lotta work that goes into each shot over 400-500 yds... the conditions have to be equally as good as the gun and the shooter. I am heading to a shooting school with the Guys from IMRS next summer and can't wait to keep up the hard work... but the more I learn the more humbling it becomes, and the more I realize that in the past we had some really "Lucky" days...LOL. I wish that all hunters were able to enjoy the option of success at close range and at long range.... both take a lotta work. Good Hunting!