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Predator Hunting Gators, Coyotes, Foxes, Bobcats, & More

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Old February 15th, 2009
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Default Another Coyote

Me and John were back at it again this morning. John's calling was spot on, and this female came right in. I took the shot at 20 yards, and she was still coming closer. We saw 5 other dogs, including one that I missed. It was an eventful morning, and a blast. I recommend that everybody get into this. I'm hooked! 2 hunts, 2 coyotes, this is a real good time!
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Old February 16th, 2009
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What kind of rifle in the second picture, and what ammo you using.
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Old February 16th, 2009
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It's a AR-15 M4 with 62 grain hollow points. The yote was shot by Coonass with the 12ga. All of the coyotes I have called in were too close or the wrong direction for the rifle.
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I just bought a Stagg M3, basicly an M4 but no Iron sights,just a Bushnell dot sight. I was just curious what kind of set up you had . Thanks
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Old February 16th, 2009
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Default Nice!!!!!

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I just bought a Stagg M3, basicly an M4 but no Iron sights,just a Bushnell dot sight. I was just curious what kind of set up you had . Thanks
SWEET rifle Sendero!!!!!!
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Old February 17th, 2009
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Default Same thing.

I have the same thing. I Have never heard of them called a M3 before. Mine is by double star arms with a 4-16x50 scope on it. I will post a picture of it later. I had to get a smaller Mag for hunting. i have about 10, 30rd mags bur they are akward for hunting. I havea polymer 20rd, but still looking for a good priced 5rd with a bumper.
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Old February 18th, 2009
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Stagg Arms has a bunch of M4 based rifles, this particular model comes with no iron sights and ready for optics, or you can buy different types of iron sights. They also make left handed versions of the AR.
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Default Here is mine.

Coonass and I have alot experience with these types of rifles. I was never lucky enough to get one this nice while in the Marines.
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Old February 20th, 2009
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Default Where at?

Where are you guys hunting and what types of calls do you use? I've had my eye on a Johny Stewart for a while, but I've tried calling them in a few times with some calls I have with no results. Nice rifles guys. Thanks
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Old February 20th, 2009
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Default Hand calls.

I have a few different ones. The ones i like most are from Primos, but i have some from hadels also. Electronic calls are good but i just don't use them often. Coonass and I used the hand calls both times with sucess. you just have to practice more with them.
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