From Tybo to Treasure City

Of most interest at the site though, and what brought me here, is an arrastra, sitting all by itself in the bottom of a small canyon a mile or two from the mill. I’ve wanted to check it out ever since I was told about it years ago…

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30 Golds Are Back!

Many .17 shooters have long considered the 30 gr. Gold that Todd Kindler of the Woodchuck Den used to make as “the” bullet for coyote with large capacity .17’s. But a few years ago, Todd stopped making his fantastic bullets. The dies along with a supply of J4 jackets of the correct length for making the 30 Golds are back in production and the 30 Gold is available again!

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Coyote Behavior Applied to Coyote Calling

When ADC men who work with coyotes 365 days out of the year get together for a b.s. session, most of the coyote conversation centers around coyote behavior. It doesn’t matter where they are, coyotes will eat, they will be somewhat territorial, they will breed, they will raise pups, they will do what they have to to survive, and they will be attracted to their own kind. From that point on, coyotes will adapt this behavior to fit their environment and that’s where it can get complicated…

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How Concentricity Impacts Accuracy

…We typically refer to bullet imbalance in terms of CG offset.  CG (center of gravity) offset is where the center of gravity of the bullet is offset from the geometric axis or center line of the bullet.  With CG offset, we have an unnatural condition where the bullet is forced to rotate about the geometric axis or center of form while inside the barrel.  But a spinning projectile always wants to spin on its principal axis (center of gravity) when free to do so…

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