Gamo Viper express

Gamo Viper express

Joined: December 23rd, 2005, 1:23 am

September 3rd, 2006, 8:37 pm #1

on "dauvens fishin hole" they have 11 in stock free shipping,total cost is 209$ shotshells there are 7$ someone buy it,i wanna see pics and a reveiw!

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Joined: February 14th, 2006, 4:12 pm

September 4th, 2006, 2:56 am #2

ga pump in the rack for when I get the urge to "spray" lead. The knowledgeable airgunners here would probably spring for better optics before dropping $200 on that thing.
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Joined: December 23rd, 2005, 1:23 am

September 4th, 2006, 3:39 am #3

the yotes are a feastin on my local farmers pigs...

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Joined: February 4th, 2006, 8:11 pm

September 4th, 2006, 4:43 pm #4

muchless a spring powered shotgun that just might be able to kill sparrows at 20yds.

Seriously, for coyotes, I'd get my hands on a .30-06 or a .243 or something with power and good accuracy. I suppose in theory Ken's 1250 in .22 could take a coyote w/ a neck shot at 100yds, but you could also kill intruders to your home w/ a crosman 1377. A smart person wouldn't try either.

If I was in your situation, I'd get a .30-06, which might knock you around quite a bit. They are very available, the ammo is on the cheaper end yet still accurate and there is only 2"(i believe, maybe it's 4") difference from 100 out to 200yds.
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Joined: September 2nd, 2004, 3:10 am

September 4th, 2006, 5:25 pm #5

you hunt in close cover there's nothing better than a load of #2's from a 3in. 12ga. When I was a kid my brother would carry a Browning Auto5 while I used a .6mm Remington bolt gun or a .223 Mini 14, if they came in close, he took them, farther out and they were mine. Killed a lot of coyotes between the two of us...

Practicality aside, I've got a feeling yote's just got an itch for that Viper though. Might as well scratch it.
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Joined: February 4th, 2006, 8:11 pm

September 4th, 2006, 5:41 pm #6

flatness. Also he said it was to hunt on a neighbors farm land. I figured it would be rather flat and open, perhaps not.
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Joined: December 23rd, 2005, 1:23 am

September 4th, 2006, 7:48 pm #7

it is very open here,in the winter,but right now the corn is growing and there is only one or two small feilds to stay in and hunt,they come closer than 50 yards(uncalled dogs)...but i can always buy a used one for 75$ and then get that rossi 223 ive always wanted,hehe.

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Joined: September 2nd, 2004, 3:10 am

September 4th, 2006, 8:46 pm #8

flatness. Also he said it was to hunt on a neighbors farm land. I figured it would be rather flat and open, perhaps not.
and the .12 has it's following here. For instance, Coyotes often come in at a dead run but more often they'll sneak in using cover and terrain to approach the caller. Some of my favorite calling locations (brushy areas along the Colorado and Eagle Rivers) are in close cover for two reasons, one, it's good hunting cover for the yodel pups and second, the security of cover puts the coyotes at ease. Shots are close and fast but this can be a deadly combination for shotguns. Whatever you use, coyote hunting is great sport and quite a challenge. Good luck,
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