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North Dakota ..October 2013...birds were taken without the scope Smiler
 
Posts: 1255 | Location: MN and ND | Registered: 11 June 2008Reply With Quote
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WOW! Every hunter's dream: good dog, good gun, good game. Congrats!
 
Posts: 637 | Location: Moscow, Russia | Registered: 13 March 2007Reply With Quote
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As good as it gets!
Thanks for posting.
Bfly


Work hard and be nice, you never have enough time or friends.
 
Posts: 1188 | Location: Lake Nice, VA | Registered: 15 March 2005Reply With Quote
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What a great day - and perfect validation for your decision to go Drilling in hand!

Enjoy many more - mine is due an outing shortly.

With Does moving early, birds enjoying the warmth of a winter day & pigeons returning to roost - could be a similar bag taken on this side of the pond! Smiler

Rgds

Ian


Just taking my rifle for a walk!........
 
Posts: 1300 | Location: Devon, UK | Registered: 21 August 2001Reply With Quote
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Jon,

I like everything about that picture. Great looking companion as well. Good breed for pheasants. Thanks for sharing.

Mike


JP Sauer Drilling 12x12x9.3x72
David Murray Scottish Hammer 12 Bore
Alex Henry 500/450 Double Rifle
Steyr Classic Mannlicher Fullstock 6.5x55
Steyr Classic Mannlicher Fullstock .30-06
Walther PPQ H2 9mm
Walther PPS M2
Cogswell & Harrison Hammer 12 Bore Damascus
And Too Many More
 
Posts: 1857 | Location: Chattanooga, TN | Registered: 10 August 2010Reply With Quote
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Love the dog!
 
Posts: 19566 | Location: Very NW NJ up in the Mountains | Registered: 14 June 2009Reply With Quote
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That dog is the best I have had in a while...does it and looks good doin' it...if I can brag a bit

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Posts: 1255 | Location: MN and ND | Registered: 11 June 2008Reply With Quote
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Well done. Big Grin


DOUBLE RIFLE SHOOTERS SOCIETY
 
Posts: 16134 | Location: Texas | Registered: 06 April 2002Reply With Quote
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That coyote really has a bright coat. Ours don't have quite that much color in Texas...Steve
 
Posts: 10 | Location: dallas, tx. | Registered: 15 December 2013Reply With Quote
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That was the easiest dog to shot I have ever seen...although I don't have a great deal of experience at this. 20 minutes after I started calling, he showed up and sat on a knob a little over 200 yds away. I am SURE this dog saw me, because he was off to the side and I had to reposition to take the shot. Sat right there looking in my direction. I think curiosity got the better of him.
 
Posts: 1255 | Location: MN and ND | Registered: 11 June 2008Reply With Quote
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Originally posted by Biebs:
Love the dog!


What he said!! ^
 
Posts: 1765 | Location: Northern Nevada | Registered: 27 February 2004Reply With Quote
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there is no better or more universal weapon than good combo gun such as drilling,u dont need another gn for every ocassion,drilling can do it all, yes all,is it ideal,yes it is,if was drilling sold for a price of a average fctory rifle everyone would own one, nd now on many hunting forums u can hear ,,,, it is too expensive, its havy its short range,but lets put amount work in drilling,those weapons are for eficinados and clasicc people not for a butchers on 1 mile targeting animals
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Posts: 139 | Location: Canada | Registered: 08 May 2011Reply With Quote
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