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  1. They found her and reported she is safe.
  2. Basically just cutting the 223 case to the correct length and sizing it to hold a .30Cal bullet. Some folks make a jig to hold several 223 cases so they can run it through a saw quickly.
  3. This might be your only other option right now. 150rds for $128 https://www.natchezss.com/hornady-frontier-rifle-ammunition-300-blackout-125-gr-fmj-2175-fps-150-ct.html
  4. You can do 110, 125 or 147gr no problem. Lucky gunner has 125 gr Barnes OTM in stock, but it's not cheap.
  5. If you don't already have that Holosun, EuroOptic has them on sale right now.
  6. My buddy uses Varget also and Ramshot TAC.
  7. I doubt it once most of the new people realize it's not as simple as just putting a lure in the water.
  8. Even though most of the local farmers markets are closed, some of the vendors are still setting up in their locations. One of them, maybe Midtown, has a refrigerated trailer that has coastal goodies and gator. Fayette Packing is still open, you just have to call and place your order. I have a couple of local farmers I use if I want beef or pork in bulk.
  9. There's a piece of property just outside Grand Junction on 57 that was raising Longhorns. I wonder if they are coming from there.
  10. Your Vortex should be more than enough scope for your new .22. If you're dead set on getting a new scope, remember that Nikon is getting out of the scope business so if you have issues with the scope, you probably won't be able to get any warranty work out of them.
  11. https://www.eurooptic.com/Zeiss-CONQUEST-V4-1-4x24-ZQAR-Illum-Reticle-62-Ext-Elevation-Turret-Locking-Sing.aspx?homepage_link
  12. It's a skinning blade that uses replacement blades like a razor blade. They are meant to be thin and super sharp to make the job easy and the replacement blades are there so you don't have to re-sharpen it. I don't know anything about that brand, but I've seen the design before.
  13. Since my hunting rifle is also my range rifle, it has more of a "tactical" reticle. I didn't get a super busy reticle though so it's not annoying at all....to me. That said, EuroOptic is running closeout sales on Nikons. They have a 1-4 with a pretty simple reticle. https://www.eurooptic.com/Nikon-M-TACTICAL-Riflescope-1-4X24-Matte-MK1-MOA-16521.aspx Or a 1-6 with an illuminated center dot https://www.eurooptic.com/Nikon-BLACK-FORCE100-1-6x24-M-IL-FORCE-MOA-Riflescope-16660.aspx Or plain duplex reticle on a Leupild VX3 https://www.eurooptic.com/170683-Leupold-VX-3i-35-10x40mm-CDS-Matte-Duplex-170683.aspx
  14. Sounds like you will be doing close up hunting, inside 100yds? Are you planning on hunting deer, pigs, coyotes, etc? If it's deer a low power scope would be ok, maybe even for coyotes. For pigs I would consider a red dot for follow up shots or multiple pigs. How much are you willing to spend?
  15. Try one of those Bug-a-salt guns that shoots salt. I hear it works pretty good on flys. May have to get a littlest closer for the carpenter bees.

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