Doe antelope video-Shot from sitting position

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  1. SEB-USA

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  2. Preacher

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    Good job.....
     
  3. SEB-USA

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    Thanks Preacher!
    Here is a pic of the doe:
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    Some more pics and my other MOA I used to take a buck with.
    7mm Rem Mag Imp MOA Maximum
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    MOA with the BOG GEAR BOG-POD and Sargent Sniper Rest:
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  5. CaptainMal

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    Thanks for sharing the excitement.

    You are good!
     
  6. 5spd

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    Darn nice shot & vid!
    Almost thought it was a miss with the dust behind her...until it dropped.
     
  7. ebd10

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    Nice work! What kind of handgun is that?
     
  8. SEB-USA

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    It is a single-shot, falling block action that is set-up to change barrels out very easy.
    MOA Maximum: http://www.moaguns.com/
    Plus, once a year the owner, Rich Mertz puts on a 3-day LR handgun match (500, 750, and 1000 yards):
    http://www.moaguns.com/coldturkey.html
     
  9. fredhorace77

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    what was the deal with the first dry firing sound was it a bad primer? I thought I heard u say "that's not cool" just after you can hear the noise
     
  10. SEB-USA

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    You heard right.
    I wondered what discerning ears would pick up on that ;)
    It wasn't a bad primer.
    The hammer spring was to light on this MOA, but with Federal match primers (what I use most) I had never had a failure to fire. I guess whatever primers Hornady TAP ammo uses is harder. The problem was fixed 2 days later 8).
    It caught me off guard, I made the comment, pulled the hammer back again and all was good in paradise ;D
     
  11. M700

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    Pretty cool stuff. Have to admit I used a rifle on my pronghorn last week, but shot from standing as we'd managed to get within about 160 yards of each other. The .25-06 worked just as well on pronghorn as it ever has on deer, very well.

    You are doing a mighty fine job with your long range handgun hunting - very cool stuff.

    Regards, Guy
     
  12. SEB-USA

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    Thanks!
    For those of you who know me, I enjoy my specialty pistols.
     

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