first fox with the .204

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daddyo

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managed to get out for a couple of hours last night and bagged my first with the .204
hopefully another week and all the rape will be down which might make things a bit easier and maybe a few more.:D
 

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Cyres

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Just remember on rape that rape stalks and balistic tip bullets don't mix, many a fox has escaped as the bullet hits a rape stalk on route. May get away with it with soft points. Most of the rape stubble I shoot on is so long its very difficult to get on foxs and have to shoot off the roof of the truck to avoid above problem.

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User00003

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Just remember on rape that rape stalks and balistic tip bullets don't mix, many a fox has escaped as the bullet hits a rape stalk on route. May get away with it with soft points. Most of the rape stubble I shoot on is so long its very difficult to get on foxs and have to shoot off the roof of the truck to avoid above problem.

D

+1 wise words. a 6.5-284 with a lapua mega bullet on the nose will get those foxes running for cover in even the deepest rape stalks ;)
 

daddyo

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Just remember on rape that rape stalks and balistic tip bullets don't mix, many a fox has escaped as the bullet hits a rape stalk on route. May get away with it with soft points. Most of the rape stubble I shoot on is so long its very difficult to get on foxs and have to shoot off the roof of the truck to avoid above problem.

D
I know what you mean mate. Have a few high places to be above them.
 
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