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2022 Mexico Coues

Obsessed

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Never hunted coues deer, but know enough about them to know that's a pretty incredible achievement. I've never dreamt of a 600 yard shot! Congrats.
 
Thanks guys. I used a 300 Norma Mag that I built. Arrowhead Obsidian Action (by Kelbly). Bartlein Barrel. McMillan A3 Stock. TriggerTech 2-stage, Kahles K525i optic. And a prototype bipod from Rokstedi that should be on market any day now. 600 yards is a poke, but not nearly as hard as it used to be. With a good rest, the only challenging part is making a good trigger squeeze and a good wind call. I ended up a little back on the shot, but shooting a big mag like that does give you some margin for error and it all worked out.

All my buddies down here were telling me it could be a decade or more before I went over 120" again after doing it on my first Coues hunt last year. Couldn't believe it when we located this guy first evening out and then sealed the deal next AM.

They look like little Iowa whitetails, but have totally different personalities.
 
Here's buck we were watching from about 1100 yards out while hunter was walking in. Don't remember exact magnification, but probably around 70X through my Swarovski STX spotter with 115MM objective. I think with tripod the whole setup weighs like 20 pounds lol, but when you want to see something up close and personal, it's incredible. IMG_3831.JPG
 
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