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    W2H, 25C's technique is pretty similar to what...

    W2H,

    25C's technique is pretty similar to what I do. It sounds like you had a little longer torso adjustment than SG recommends originally, but you may have shortened it a tad now? That could...
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    GovX requires ID or a .gov email.

    GovX requires ID or a .gov email.
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    It is like Promotive, but has some other brands....

    It is like Promotive, but has some other brands.

    Kaenon sunglasses are nice, and they are on GovX.
  4. That is a sweet headlamp, UH. The 18650 models...

    That is a sweet headlamp, UH. The 18650 models take it to new levels of brightness too!
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    It is a re-branded Meopta spotter, IKIC. ...

    It is a re-branded Meopta spotter, IKIC. Optically, it is pretty awesome. I would just save a few hundred bucks and get the Meopta or Cabelas branded versions.
  6. I like my CR123 Princeton tec, but I am also...

    I like my CR123 Princeton tec, but I am also very impressed with Zebralight headlamps. They have AA models, but the rechargeables are really eye-opening. Like turn night into day eye-opening.
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    The photos I have seen are pretty good, and I...

    The photos I have seen are pretty good, and I would bet they would suffice for an Eastman's spread with one caveat:

    GoPros have a ton of distortion. You would need to correct for that in software.
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    Another fine buck, BSA! Congrats!

    Another fine buck, BSA!

    Congrats!
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    I wouldn't put too much into "break-in" I would...

    I wouldn't put too much into "break-in" I would clean after 5 shots for the first twenty (While you are sighting in, load developing, practicing, etc.) Then clean as needed.

    Some barrel makers...
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    I always have a spotter. I would feel naked...

    I always have a spotter. I would feel naked without one.
  11. Thank You IKIC and DRHORSEPOWER!!!

    Best thread on EF ever...

    Good on you boys!
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    Either eyepiece would still work for me, but I...

    Either eyepiece would still work for me, but I suppose I would rather have the WA for the 65mm body.

    While it is useable under many conditions, the exit pupil often just gets too small for my...
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    Struck out here also, friends. Montana, I...

    Struck out here also, friends.

    Montana, I grew up over there and spent a bunch of time in the Spanish Peaks. I will send you a PM, but you won't have any trouble finding a billy.

    Congrats!
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    hilltop, my response wasn't really directed at...

    hilltop, my response wasn't really directed at you so much as a general way of thinking about these issues. no offense intended, of course.

    To further the discussion:



    IMO, the best...
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    "Minimum energy to cleanly kill" is a bunch of...

    "Minimum energy to cleanly kill" is a bunch of hooey.

    Damaging vital tissue is what is needed for a quick kill. Having enough penetration and impact velocity to cause the bullet to expand is what...
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    Most quality 150 grain bullets of reasonable BC...

    Most quality 150 grain bullets of reasonable BC out of a 7RM will do the job on an elk at 500 yards easily when placed correctly.

    Shooter skill and wind will be the limiting factors.
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    I like 60x with a 80-85mm spotter, although as...

    I like 60x with a 80-85mm spotter, although as woodtick mentions, WA is nice to have also. I use my 85mm on 60x quite often, especially pre-sunrise in the high country when the air is stable.

    The...
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    I have seen quite a few kills with Berger's...

    I have seen quite a few kills with Berger's Hunting bullet line (VLD and Classic Hunter), and from what I have seen they perform extremely well. I don't hesitate to load them in my hunting rifles. ...
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    It really depends on the species. I don't know...

    It really depends on the species.

    I don't know what carpenters bees and wasps are.

    I use these yellowjacket traps for yellowjackets:

    http://www.rescue.com/product/reusable-yellowjacket-trap...
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  21. I think these are going on Craigslist/eBay...

    I think these are going on Craigslist/eBay tomorrow if nobody wants them...
  22. FOR SALE Eberlestock and Kuiu Backpacks!

    Up for sale are two packs.

    Paypal Gift or add 3% for fees. First come, first serve via PM ONLY.



    Eberlestock X2 in AS NEW condition. Mossy Oak Brush.

    $185 Shipped CONUS.
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    I have killed antelope and mulies with the 140 AB...

    I have killed antelope and mulies with the 140 AB and the 140 TTSX. Both worked great. I am going to try to work up a load for the 168 Berger CH around 2550 fps MV, and that would be a sweet elk...
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    Interesting response. I guess it is true that...

    Interesting response.

    I guess it is true that it isn't generally considered an elk cartridge, but...

    I would happily use my 7-08 for elk at 300 yards any day.

    I bet if you asked if a 140...
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    The 150 Core Lokt is a good bullet for elk. I...

    The 150 Core Lokt is a good bullet for elk. I would stick with it if it shoot well in your rifle. Just put it through the goods.

    I generally go with 160 -168 grain bullets in the 7RM, but more...
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