943yds on a goat is one thing... 637yds on a squirrel?

Discussion in 'Northwest Hunting' started by MacBookProAR, Apr 28, 2010.

  1. MacBookProAR

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  2. GUNNY

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    Wow, nice shot.
     
  3. timbernet

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    NICE!!!!! Well done!
     
  4. EUGENE the REALTOR

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    :wow::wow:
     
  5. toobigtofail

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    wow -- UNREAL shot. That is super sniper shooting.
     
  6. rl280

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    Isn't that a road right behind the target?
     
  7. timbernet

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    The road is on private property - nobody else driving down the road.
     
  8. cbzdel

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    my speakers stopped working, does he give info on the gun?
     
  9. rdb241

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    Oh wait....like the thread I posted about the goat....shooting a ground squirel is not hunting...............................................lol............................................really good shot though.
     
  10. Dyjital

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    In the words of Borat...


    "Niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiice"
     
  11. TonsOfOregonBrass

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    Damn nice shot.
     
  12. MacBookProAR

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    No, we gave them on the other thread.

    it's a custom built 300RUM on a rem action. krieger barrel, jewell, nightforce, badger ord, etc, etc....
     
  13. oregonswamper

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    Wow nice shooting. I wouldn't even attempt a shot like that.
     
  14. Grizzly_A

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    I wish I had land like that to practice on!

    Great shooting. Nice setup. "What's the retail on one of those?" ;)
     
  15. MacBookProAR

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    The squirrels are free... The rifle is not your average "retail" rifle at all. I'm not sure he has all the costs added up, because it would be depressing :)
     
  16. toobigtofail

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    Remember, the most successful sniper of all time, Simo Häyhä, used a Mosin Nagant with iron sights for most of his kills. It's NOT about the gun, it's about the gunner.
     
  17. Ragingpit

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    Was thinking same thing.... father would of chewed my ***. :paranoid:
     
  18. MacBookProAR

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    Um... do some people skip over reading prior posts? :bash:

    It is a private drive. FYI, you can't see that road in the goat video but we shoot over that road and another private drive towards the top of the hill.
     
  19. pdxrovermech

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    I'm certainly no tree hugger, but was a paper target not sufficient enough? killing game and using the meat i understand, but killing for sport? nice shot though!
     
  20. MacBookProAR

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    Like was stated before these are diggers and not liked by the farmers too much. They want the numbers kept down much like sage rats.
     

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