Posted 20 March 2005 - 11:46 pm
Posted 01 June 2005 - 09:50 pm
Posted 01 June 2005 - 10:21 pm
Posted 08 June 2005 - 07:38 am
. hOW LONG DOSE IT TAKE YOU LOT TO DO A REVIEW. PS WE KNOW WHY YOU PICKED THAT CALIBRE PEG BECAUSE ITS FOR GAYS WHO CANT COPE WITH THE KICK WITH OUT FLINCHING.
Posted 08 June 2005 - 05:04 pm
We have one here, and now we have a .22-250 it hardly gets used...no knock down power at all...as soon as those little bullets hit anything they explode!...my mate has had a few Bobcats and rabbits with it though....it is a real tac driver though...one of the most accurate guns ive ever shot...we have shot rabbits up to four hundred yards with it...for anything bigger than hares there crap, imo...i have hit three coyotes with it and i have had to track them along way!...if you hit a rib, it leaves a nasty flesh wound, and imo, you should always be as humane as you can...hence why its been sat in the gun cabinet since we got the .22-250...that thing is a GREAT coyote rifle imo.
Good luck Baldie.
Posted 08 June 2005 - 10:38 pm
Posted 08 June 2005 - 10:54 pm
Yeah Baldie, there a few that like it...most of the fur hunters i know prefer the .223...less damage and the rounds are real cheap...the .17 hasnt realy got much of a following over here, although i realy like the gun...i have put 30 rounds through a 1" with ours...had some great head shots on rabbits.
We sell our brass on ebay, and that helps to keep the costs down on the .204 ammo.
For foxs, over here the most popular calibre seems to be .22 Mag. Im talking about fur hunters again though.
Ive said it before, but i have had alot of fun and killed a huge amount of game with the Ruger 10/22 and Solid nosed Federal ammo.
I killed a Coyote at 125 yards (back of the head) with that little gun. Cheap ammo, no big deal if you break it and if kept clean, real reliable. Have fun Baldie, the .204 sure is a sniper type tool, i hope you do well with it.
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