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    Muzzle Yoter

    Killed this guy 2nd day of Maryland's early muzzleloader season last week. Was waiting on a nice fat 8 pointer but could not resist a crack at this guy at 50 yds. My 1st coyote.

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    Nice job!

    Too many people pass up opportunities at coyotes.

    I shoot every one I see.

    I feel like its my part to conservation lol.

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    Nice work. They can be a wiley target.

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    Good shot! They really are beautiful animals, even if they are a nuisance.

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    Just out of curiosity, what load were you using in your muzzleloader?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tx2019 View Post
    Just out of curiosity, what load were you using in your muzzleloader?
    That is a .45 cal. Smokeless barrel on my Encore. My load is a sabotless smoothform Barnes 250 gr TEZ bullet sitting on top of a dry wool wad pushed by 60 grains of H4198 smokeless powder.

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    Had a hole group in the backyard at 0800 this am.Good looking with red coats.
    I was barefoot ,feeding the white doves we raise no chance to make a clean tackle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hatchet Jack View Post
    That is a .45 cal. Smokeless barrel on my Encore. My load is a sabotless smoothform Barnes 250 gr TEZ bullet sitting on top of a dry wool wad pushed by 60 grains of H4198 smokeless powder.
    Good deal, thanks. I've had a lot of success with the 250gr TEZ as well.

 

 

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