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    Hornady's website has a great application for...

    Hornady's website has a great application for figuring this stuff out. You can plug in your ballistic data where you sight in and just change the atmospheric conditions to see the difference. I doubt...
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    A few bird hunting pics to get excited about the...

    A few bird hunting pics to get excited about the training process...


    http://i64.photobucket.com/albums/h187/libidilatimmy/Cooper/P1000029_zpsa3ead36c.jpg

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    I too have a pointing lab that is 4 now. Those...

    I too have a pointing lab that is 4 now. Those pointing lines are some very instinctive hunters, almost to a fault. Since you'll be getting a pup I'll share a funny story.

    He was about four...
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    Another tool to use for digital scouting would be...

    Another tool to use for digital scouting would be the interactive GIS maps that most counties have online nowadays. I've found that these seem to have some better details on the road systems in the...
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    Another nice thing they have on their website is...

    Another nice thing they have on their website is where you choose your action type and scope and it gives you the base and ring options for mounting.
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    I thought overall it was a decent layout. The...

    I thought overall it was a decent layout. The only thing was with the positioning of the story text making it somewhat cumbersome to read. Some simple suggestions would be to reverse the angle of...
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    While, yes you do have a clear shot at the...

    While, yes you do have a clear shot at the vitals, skyline shots are not viewed as safe because of the unknown nature of what is on the other side. Could be be nothing, could be another group of...
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    I'd go about 342

    I'd go about 342
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    If needed, I would shim way before machining. And...

    If needed, I would shim way before machining. And then you would want to lap the rings because you just changed the center of alignment with the shim.
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    Another question is if you're getting marks on...

    Another question is if you're getting marks on the scope tube from the rings. This could show that the tube is being torqued when tightened down.
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    I agree with the one piece base idea. Also if a...

    I agree with the one piece base idea. Also if a shim is required, shim it under the base where you have the screws through it and bed the base to ensure even contact with the receiver both front and...
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    Another question would be where you purchased the...

    Another question would be where you purchased the scope? I received an email from leupold a few years back that there was a bunch of counterfeit scopes coming in through ebay with the ways to tell...
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    This is a major problem. Sound odd that you'd...

    This is a major problem. Sound odd that you'd have this issue with two different mounting systems. I bought a rifle once where there was a burr from the tapping process on the receiver that caused...
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    +1 on this. Pick something you want, choose the...

    +1 on this. Pick something you want, choose the proper bullet that shoots well in your rifle, and practice with it.
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    That's a pretty buck for sure. I'm around 190"

    That's a pretty buck for sure. I'm around 190"
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    That's a couple tons of goose crap, I know that!

    That's a couple tons of goose crap, I know that!
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    I'll say 179

    I'll say 179
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    That looks really nice! Congrats on a nice buck.

    That looks really nice! Congrats on a nice buck.
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    I've been using the Sitka Mountain Pants for a...

    I've been using the Sitka Mountain Pants for a couple years now and really like them. Light enough for early season and with the addition of a layer or two, warm enough through the end of October. I...
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    Well, I received the ring in the mail today and...

    Well, I received the ring in the mail today and all I can say is this thing is pretty stunning. As you could probably tell from the photos, Mark did an absolute awesome job with this thing, and it...
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    Other than a pair of fleece long johns I use, I...

    Other than a pair of fleece long johns I use, I only wear merino for base layers. The synthetics that I've tried, being UA products, seemed to work well as long as you were somewhat active, but...
  22. I've been noticing a little uptick in supplies...

    I've been noticing a little uptick in supplies around here as well, however it's mostly the niche components and nothing that I use. I have ran out of some powders that I use in the last year and...
  23. Nice buck! 127 even

    Nice buck! 127 even
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    I'll go out on a limb here and say 165"

    I'll go out on a limb here and say 165"
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    Havelons don't work well around the horns cause...

    Havelons don't work well around the horns cause they don't take any torque well. I use the Alaska knives capers in the field. At home, I cut around the bases with knife (after y-ing up the peticle)...
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