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  1. One box of 100 Hornady 6.5 143 ELDX projectiles, $35 unopened SPF One box of 100 Hornady 6.5 140 SST projectiles , $25 unopened SPF Two unopened boxes of 100 Hornady .22, 50 grain V-Max, both for $30 SPF One full box Hornady Precision Hunter 6.5 Creedmoor 143 ELDX $35 SPF One full box Remington 30-30 150G core lokt $25 SPF I live in Phoenix/Ahwatukee near the 202 freeway
  2. Sundevil99

    Unit 22

    Got drawn for 22 coues hunt this month and I am planning on getting out there a few times before the 21st. I've never hunted the unit but know that every time we've headed north in Oct or December I see a ton of guys glassing from the Beeline. I've been on elk hunts in the unit and have seen 2 big WT bucks in the chaparral up by Star Valley below the control road. Would I be better off avoiding the crowds and head up into the unit farther north/northeast or stay down in the high desert like everyone else? Would the fire on Mt Ord still be affecting any or would they have moved back up the mountain by then? Just looking for a few pointers to direct my limited scouting time. And for good Karma I did see a ton of Mule deer right behind Lake Mary this weekend while chasing non existing Turkeys in 6a. So if you want some muleys there you go.
  3. justinspe25

    22/23 Youth Deer Camp Success

    Got back from the 22/23 youth deer camp and I have to say I was very impressed with the camp!! Everyone from the AMDO, AZG&F, the mentors, and the camp cooks were awesome! This was my youngest son's first big game hunt and he drew unit 22. He wanted to go after Coues, but our plans changed after we got to camp and hooked up with another young hunter and a couple of mentors. So we headed off to a spot they heard about in mule deer country. Opening morning were glassed up some does and a spike that went over the ridge they were on, so we decided to make a big circle around to get a look on the other side. As we get to the top, to our surprise we jump the deer further up the ridgeline than we thought and the spike presented a shot but Kam was not ready and he ran off and we could not find em again. That evening the other kid (Jacob) made a stalk and shot at a tall 2x2 but missed. Next morning we were glassing the opposite side of that same ridge when our mentor picked up two small bucks sparing up the same ridge from us 300 to 400 yards. Kam decides to go after them so we walk along the top to where we last saw them, but they are gone. So we drop down to get on the next one. Just has we start to crest the top, I tell Kam to get in front of me and get ready, I made that mistake a couple years ago. We get to the top and Kam shouts "dad" and buck pops out of the next little cut I saw it had antlers and said shoot him. Kam shoulder's the rifle and realizes the front scope flap is still down, he lowers it flip it open aimed, and just has the buck realized he needs to move Kam fires. I didn't hear the whack but I see hair fly and he kind of lunged forward. Efren our mentor buddy said you hit him. So we crept up and he was still alive but down, so Kam finished him off. What awesome thrill! Kam was pumped his first buck! We get down to him and realized it was the same buck his fellow hunter missed the day before! It was a standing 55-60 yard shot, I was proud that he kept his cool and did everything right. Needless to say I was pumped for Kam taking his first game animal! Now he is 1 up on his brothers! We couldn't do it would the awesome help of the camp mentors that came with us, they were awesome dudes and a huge help to not only us but other youth hunters, one of them help skin 4 deer back at camp! Huge Thanks to Efren and Gilbert
  4. sbooth

    FS Savage Rascal

    For sale are two Savage Rascals in almost new condition. Both are walnut stocked and one is Left and the other is Right. The original boxes and papers are included. Included is a black Allen soft case of proper length for these shorties! I have both as my son is right handed and left eye dominant so we had some figuring out to do. No pics but you have my word they are almost new condition. Please look online for details. 300.. for both and soft case 150. for lefty. Will sell righty if lefty sells first. Steven 928-978-0499
  5. I have 2 more boxes for sale. $25 EA SPF Located in Chandler Paul (602)571-3246
  6. AZHNTR67

    Marlin Model 60 22LR

    ****THIS GUN IS SOLD***** Marlin Model 60 22LR Simmons 3x9x32 scope Overall condition is very good. There is a smudge at the end of the butt - not sure if it will come off with a little effort or if it is marred into the finish. Comes with the case! First $150 takes her home! Call or text: 602-525-9988 Thank you!
  7. Remington 11-87 Light Contour 12 Ga. 2 3/4" or 3" Upland Premier with Enhanced Engraving on Receiver, satin finish and 23" ribbed barrel. Manufactured in 2002 500.00 Weatherby Factory Ammo .257 ca. 87 gr. spire point 1 full box and a box of 16 all 75.00 Weatherby Factory Ammo .257 cal. 117 gr. round nose 1 full box 40.00 Resistol 4X Bison 7 1/8" small marks from being moved back and forth but unused 65.00 Outback Trading Co. Low Rider Duster, Size L unused 80.00 Please PM offers, Thanks Ken