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Ground squirrel meats my Contender. Graphic

Discussion in 'Hunting' started by flipajig, May 15, 2013.

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  1. flipajig

    flipajig Member

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    I spent the morning cutting fire wood so I could play in the afternoon.
    Set up my home made Redneck bench useing a old tablesaw stand and some leftover 3/4 " flooring useing a pice of firewood for a seat I was able to spend a cuple hrs in a Tgt rich inverment. Two comfermed KIA.
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  2. RustHunter87

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    Looks like a beautiful spot, your lucky to be able to hunt and cut firewood at the same time with that kind of a view.
     
  3. tightgroup tiger

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    I don't see the squirrel, was the pic removed?
     
  4. non2os13

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    Me either i will post my grey squirrel carnage, but it may get removed.
     
  5. flipajig

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    I gues it was removed.
    They are very fast and for such a small critter at 50 to 75 yards kind of hard to see.
     
  6. yzguy87

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    What caliber is your contender?
     
  7. flipajig

    flipajig Member

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    This barrel is a super 14 in 22 it's also has a match chamber and will shoot better than I can it likes reminton bulk so a 50 to 75 yard shot is very readable or to 100 you have about 6" of drop I was shooting today out to 200 I'm guessing. Not at the ground squirrels but at clump of grass. There was a fire last year and every thing hasn't grown up yet so I was able to see where the bullets hit.
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