536 Miles Of Dirt

…A simple idea…  Drive from Wendover, straddling the Nevada/Utah border on I-80, to St. George in the SW corner of Utah, near the Arizona border.   Drive from Wendover to St. George… on dirt…

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Shotgun Patterns For Coyote Hunting

With most shotgun loads for coyote, I’m thrilled to see 25 pellets in a 10″ circle at 40 yards. Pattern #2  has 50 pellets in the 10″ at 40 yards.  And you could draw 10″ circles in different spots around that pattern clear out to the edges and still have 25+ pellets in each of those circles…

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.20 Dasher Mongrel Build Part 2

Anytime you are getting a barrel that has already been fit and chambered for another action, and especially when getting a barrel custom fitted to a modified action, there is absolutely no guarantee that the barrel is going to fit or headspace properly on your action. You don’t need to be a ‘smith or a machinist to safely install a barrel like this, but you do need to have a complete grasp and understanding of barrel fitting and headspace etc.

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.20 Dasher Mongrel Build Part 1

A heavy varmint taper, fluted, Hart barrel, 28” long, chambered in .20 Dasher by Greg Tannel.  Even though, I need another rifle like this one about like I need another hole in my head… I woke up one morning with no thoughts of needing or even wanting another rifle like this and went to bed that same night owning the barrel and making plans to use it…

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