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    Coyote pics

    Here's a couple I called in down in socal



    got my buddy his first yote,we called this one in to about 25 yards
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    Awesome! Great dogs and always fun to see them hopping their way in so close.

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    That's the way I like to see them song dogs!

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    I took this dog on the run at 250 yards. Got her on the third shot with my AR. we were calling for about 20 min and decided to relocate to a new set up and she came in behind us and spooked once he saw us.

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    I like to shoot 'em all!

    Big....


    or small....


    I actually thought the little one was a big one and couldn't figure out why I kept missing. He was only half the distance I thought he was!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Hulburt View Post
    I like to shoot 'em all!

    Big....


    or small....


    I actually thought the little one was a big one and couldn't figure out why I kept missing. He was only half the distance I thought he was!
    Nice pic's, It dosen't matter,big or small dogs, anyone is a good one to take out!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Hulburt View Post
    I like to shoot 'em all!

    Big....


    or small....


    I actually thought the little one was a big one and couldn't figure out why I kept missing. He was only half the distance I thought he was!
    Nice pics Joe!

    Tell us about your coyote killin' old school porro binoculars you got there. Are those classic IF Leupys?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bitterroot Bulls View Post
    Nice pics Joe!

    Tell us about your coyote killin' old school porro binoculars you got there. Are those classic IF Leupys?
    That's them, 10 x50's. They have always worked so well I haven't felt the need to upgrade but I'm feeling all self conscious now. Doesn't everybody still use them? My wife bought me those about 21 years ago and they have never let me down. Put them on a S4 lockdown setup this year and like 'em even better!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikeepitcold View Post
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    I took this dog on the run at 250 yards. Got her on the third shot with my AR. we were calling for about 20 min and decided to relocate to a new set up and she came in behind us and spooked once he saw us.
    Good shot....the 3rd one anyways
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    Here is a trail cam pic I thought was pretty cool....

 

 

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