My 2011 RimRock, Wa MLer Bull

My 2011 RimRock, Wa MLer Bull

Postby coyotewallace » February 26th, 2012, 5:46 am

Killed this bull Oct.1st 2011
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Re: My 2011 RimRock, Wa MLer Bull

Postby sabotloader » February 26th, 2012, 10:49 am

Awesome bull.. and loaded whole... You must be Superman..

All the elk I have shoot in many years of hunting I have only been able to load one animal whole one time...

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Re: My 2011 RimRock, Wa MLer Bull

Postby coyotewallace » February 26th, 2012, 11:10 am

sabotloader wrote:Awesome bull.. and loaded whole... You must be Superman..

All the elk I have shoot in many years of hunting I have only been able to load one animal whole one time...




Mike,

Nope not "Superman" Just worked out all the way around that morning....Thank the lord still to this day for such and excellent and safe hunt.
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Re: My 2011 RimRock, Wa MLer Bull

Postby sabotloader » February 26th, 2012, 11:24 am

coyotewallace wrote:
sabotloader wrote:Awesome bull.. and loaded whole... You must be Superman..

All the elk I have shoot in many years of hunting I have only been able to load one animal whole one time...




Mike,

Nope not "Superman" Just worked out all the way around that morning....Thank the lord still to this day for such and excellent and safe hunt.



Well congratulations to ya! to trip up one of those big bulls is really a huge accomplishment... and more importantly I know how good you had to feel at that time and moment...

Have you been able to do much shooting with that new DISC yet? How far is it from Puyallup to Benton City? or the Tri-Cites... I am headed that way mid-march.
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Re: My 2011 RimRock, Wa MLer Bull

Postby coyotewallace » February 26th, 2012, 11:54 am

sabotloader wrote:
coyotewallace wrote:
sabotloader wrote:Awesome bull.. and loaded whole... You must be Superman..

All the elk I have shoot in many years of hunting I have only been able to load one animal whole one time...




Mike,

Nope not "Superman" Just worked out all the way around that morning....Thank the lord still to this day for such and excellent and safe hunt.



Well congratulations to ya! to trip up one of those big bulls is really a huge accomplishment... and more importantly I know how good you had to feel at that time and moment...

Have you been able to do much shooting with that new DISC yet? How far is it from Puyallup to Benton City? or the Tri-Cites... I am headed that way mid-march.


I have only been able to get to the range once since I bought the CarbonKnight, have yet to get to shoot the LRH..

just googled the trip and it showed 3 hours 34 mins
218.2 mi -
I will talk to a friend of mine and see if I can put a trip over that way for March...I'll let you know asap
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Re: My 2011 RimRock, Wa MLer Bull

Postby sabotloader » February 26th, 2012, 5:28 pm

coyotewallace wrote:I have only been able to get to the range once since I bought the CarbonKnight, have yet to get to shoot the LRH..

just googled the trip and it showed 3 hours 34 mins
218.2 mi -
I will talk to a friend of mine and see if I can put a trip over that way for March...I'll let you know asap


That would really be cool... Another thing we might research... what area might be about half way where could catch up with each other... Probably have to find a range in the area also though because I certainly would not know where we could target shoot on public property.

I do have a couple of spots in the Benton City area + there a Range there also if everything else fails. I would bring the rudiments of shooting I have a partable bench + I can bring a folding table that you could roll up to... Plus once I got you shooting clay birds at longer ranges and at different angle you would really get hooked... It is a ball of fun breaking those birds...

I just looked up my ML schedule also... Not only will I be in the area on a March weekend I will be in Benton City for a ML shoot on Saturday April 21 - so Sunday the 21 would be a good day to go shooting also...

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Re: My 2011 RimRock, Wa MLer Bull

Postby bear hunter » February 26th, 2012, 9:19 pm

NICE BULL....... I hunted RimRock many times. Could of shoot a lot of nice bulls,but never had the branched bull tag. One of these days I hope to get drawn.
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Re: My 2011 RimRock, Wa MLer Bull

Postby coyotewallace » February 27th, 2012, 12:17 am

bear hunter wrote:NICE BULL....... I hunted RimRock many times. Could of shoot a lot of nice bulls,but never had the branched bull tag. One of these days I hope to get drawn.


Thx Bear...It is a good draw! Hope to hit it again one day
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Re: My 2011 RimRock, Wa MLer Bull

Postby sqezer » February 27th, 2012, 1:12 pm

Very nice bull.
.45 Knight Blued, Lam. 1-20
.45 Knight SS Disc. Comp.
.45 Knight Blued Disc. Ext. Comp.
.45 Knight SS MHSDE Comp.
.45 Knight SS MHC TH Lam.
.45 Knight Disc Elite Comp.
.50 Knight SS Mountaineer Lam.
.50 Knight Disc Elite
.52 Knight Disc Ex. Winter Camo
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