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Old 01-27-2013, 12:13 AM
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Default Looking for some coyote help...not urgent.

Hey all,

Tom here, I'm not on here much unfortunately, but I did meet a few of you guys and gals at the Burro Canyon zombie shoot back in November, and it was a blast. Great community!

Reason for this post is that I've just finished my AR build...well a few weeks ago and have 20 rounds of 5.56 XM193 down the tube without any hick-up's. I'd like to know if anybody in the I.E. area, or if I must, anybody in SoCal hunts coyote. I hear the meat is good for stew, maybe?, and the pelts a can be sold.

However, I'd like to find somebody who would be willing to help me out with any license needed, any spots to go to, but most importantly, I'd like to possibly get a few people together to go out with. I'd like to try my hand at it at least once, but I know nothing about going out for a hunt. I don't want to let anything go to waste, animal internals don't bother me. I'm looking for the experience, and if I like it, then it could be another hobby. I just cant tell the wife what's for dinner.

My AR is really basic and cost me about $650 OTD to build from scratch, I'm proud of my first build and the fact that it didn't blow up on me! But, I'm pretty mechanically inclined and it was really easy to do, especially since I did my homework before the build started.

20" 1:7 twist Colt Government profile barrel, Rifle length gas tube, Solid M-16 stock, MagPul rifle length foregrip
Standard FSB, flip up MagPul Gen 2 rear sight, Red Dot quick sight.
Ammo Bros lower, AR-Stoner upper, Anderson Manufacturing BCG & Bolt
CMMG LPK
FrogLube



So...any takers who would like to take me out any show me the ropes? Especially when it comes to the take.
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