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First yote

has fallen to the NV equipted AR-15
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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 10-02-2011, 07:01 AM
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Congrats! That's one awesome machine you put together.
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did you shoot him where I think you did
man that scope must be awesome

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did you shoot him where I think you did
man that scope must be awesome
what you can see is the exit. his insides where rapidly evacuated through the exit hole.. lol

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Thats cool. I have always wanted to stuff a yote in a sit up position. Then put him beside the recliner so it looks like you got a dog for your remote control holder.
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post #6 of 10 (permalink) Old 10-03-2011, 08:48 PM
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What type of bullet are you using? I took mine out Saturday night, almost glad I didn't see anything, all I had was fmj 55gr rounds.
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What type of bullet are you using? I took mine out Saturday night, almost glad I didn't see anything, all I had was fmj 55gr rounds.
Both of my ARs are 1 in 9 twist (barrels). they shoot and group the Federal Fusion 62 grn very well.

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Thanks. I am headed back to the lease in three weeks ,hopefully I will have some by then.

Mine is a bushmaster, pretty sure the twist rate is the same.

How many nights of hunting do you get out of the IR and scope battery?
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He was making sure that if it wasnt a killing shot, the population would still not increase because of it.

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He was making sure that if it wasnt a killing shot, the population would still not increase because of it.
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