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#6311975 - 05/26/16 06:30 AM Slow Boat Coyote...taking her time!
Archersparadox2020 Offline

Registered: 08/01/14
Posts: 122
05/25/16 - 8:47PM, I setup facing West on a North/South fencrow overlooking a freshly planted field. I had hunted this farm several times, and had successfully killed several coyotes. My first call sequence was on my Power Howler. I immediately got a response from the big woods to my South. However, this big female #DeadCoyote took over 30 minutes to make herself "visible" in my Pulsar Night Vision Apex XD75 OLED Thermal Scope.

What looked like a waiting game now began.....another 20 minutes later, she surprised me by circling far to my NorthWest, I barely got my mini-DVR powered up to record the kill shot. My Barnes Bullets 140 gr. Matchburners powered by 9.0 grains of Hodgdon Powder put her down! My ODIN Works stainless steel barrel and adjustable gas block performed perefectly. My PC-armament trigger, LUTH - AR MBA-3 stock, and Savvy Sniper Slings all worked to give my another successful hunt!

No. 26 #DeadCoyote and counting...

260AI, Mauser 98
6PDK [6x6.8SPC] Sightmark 5-30x50 Pinnacle
300 Blackout Pulsar Apex XD75 Thermal
223/5.56 Sightmark Photon
NRA Life, Pro Staff Pulsar Night Vision Sightmark

#6317202 - 05/31/16 11:33 AM Re: Slow Boat Coyote...taking her time! [Re: Archersparadox2020]
ccreyeder Offline
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Registered: 08/07/11
Posts: 294
Loc: San Antonio, Tx
Nice! I wish my thermal recordings came out as nice. I've just about given up trying they have been so poor lol


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