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Old 01-26-2012, 8:46 PM
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Default My 1k yard shot with an AK!!!! PICS ADDED GRAPHIC!!!!

Lmao got you to look !!!!
Nah heres the story, alot of people bash ak's for inadequate accuracy and less than moa, well heres what happened today my sniper shot just kidding.
Me n my girl and my cousin went to livermore shooting range this afternoon, I originally wasnt gonna go due to my shoulder being messed up, anyways I decide to go and take my saiga 223 for myself to zero a scope on it, so I zero the scope and left it 3in high at 100 yards with wpa steel hp, we come home and I see a crane out in the field and I point it out to my girl she then proceeds to point out a coyote I couldnt see so I pop the trunk and grab my rifle and start scanning and sure enough theres a coyote running around the goat pens, I slap a mag in my saiga loaded with high tech wpa steel hp and follow him across the field hoping hed slow down and he finally does drop to a trot, and bang his lites are out, we brought him in I took pics that i'll upload tomorrow, we then got my yard tape measure that is 100 yards long and measured 279yards! I was standing with no bench nor support and took him rite in the ribs and out the throat. Now I know some of you have done longer shots but i'm proud due to the fact
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So either hate on me or congatulate me, but I am proud of this shot and saving the lives of those poor little goats lmfao
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Old 01-26-2012, 8:56 PM
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Sweet shot! What kind of goats do you have? I have a Boer herd.
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Sweet shot! What kind of goats do you have? I have a Boer herd.
Lmao alls I know is they're meat goats they belong to my neighbor.
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Dangerous shot on the fly like this without adequate scanning of the territory and your target background, especially with a moving target in an environment frequented quite possibly by humans!!!!

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Was the coyote attacking the herd or running away from it?

I highly doubt that a coyote can take down a goat.....





let alone a NorCal goat!!!


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Lmfao! Theres baby goats in there, what worried me the most is it was out during the day , and no humans in that direction for about 1700yards, and yeah you got me
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Dangerous shot on the fly like this without adequate scanning of the territory and your target background, especially with a moving target in an environment frequented quite possibly by humans!!!!

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Was the coyote attacking the herd or running away from it?

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let alone a NorCal goat!!!


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I am so glad you did not say clip.
Hecka funny all my friends with AR's call them "clips" but I call them bullet holder things lol
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Hecka funny all my friends with AR's call them "clips" but I call them bullet holder things lol
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Nice shot, dont worry about the haters that will chime in for sure!

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Very cool...AK accuracy is underrated.
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One shot is OK but, consistancy is what it's all about. If you can duplicate that shot 9 out of 10 times, it'll prove your skill and how good your equipment is. One shot only proves luck.
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Good job protecting the goats. Geez the last animal that messed with my brothers goats was a bear, havent seen any coyotes. Maybe the dogs scare them.
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After reading the title my first thoughts where "This guys has defiantly has a medical marijuana card" But with marksmanship like that with a all the variables credit is due "nice shot"...
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If you would have bought the Red_jacket AK ( AKA The Game Changer sniper AK) you could have made the 1k shot.
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One shot is OK but, consistancy is what it's all about. If you can duplicate that shot 9 out of 10 times, it'll prove your skill and how good your equipment is. One shot only proves luck.
I dont think it was luck, I shoot alot and regularly shoot standing at a couple hundred yards with my ak's, but if it was luck I'll take it.
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Great shot man! Any shot on a moving animal gets progressively harder with distance. At almost 300 yards you must of had to lead that yote a fair amount. Awesome!
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I have a few goats myself. That is why I named my AR Coquena, the god and protector of goats. I usually end up shooting at predators in the springtime.
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IM****INGPOSSIBLE! You can only do that shot with an AR! An AK is only accurate up until 30 yards!
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Great shot man! Any shot on a moving animal gets progressively harder with distance. At almost 300 yards you must of had to lead that yote a fair amount. Awesome!
I didnt lead by too far, I kept the crosshair a tad infront of his head, and a little high, btw my saiga has a 20in barrel.
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I didnt lead by too far, I kept the crosshair a tad infront of his head, and a little high, btw my saiga has a 20in barrel.

.... yeah, I'd say a .223 Saiga with a 20 inch barrel is bit more accurate than my cross bow .....


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Could you have taken this shot with a 7.62x39 AK with a 16 inch barrel? Using iron sights?

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Clearly this story is a falsehood. The only rifle that could possibly complete such an amazing feat is the magical unicorn of firearms, the AR-15. Specifically one with a a heavy barrel with at least a 1:4350 twist, an ultracool muzzle brake shaped like a tigers mouth, and an obscene amount of Magpul accessories.

In seriousness though, Nice shot. I've had consistent success at and beyond 250 yards with my saiga 7.62x39 with irons, just utilizing the elevation adjustment.
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Clearly this story is a falsehood. The only rifle that could possibly complete such an amazing feat is the magical unicorn of firearms, the AR-15. Specifically one with a a heavy barrel with at least a 1:4350 twist, an ultracool muzzle brake shaped like a tigers mouth, and an obscene amount of Magpul accessories.

In seriousness though, Nice shot. I've had consistent success at and beyond 250 yards with my saiga 7.62x39 with irons, just utilizing the elevation adjustment.
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Could you have taken this shot with a 7.62x39 AK with a 16 inch barrel? Using iron sights?

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Probably not on the run like that, but I have hit them with my ak74 545x39 before just never that far away and not on the move. Its crazy the last couple weeks ive been seeing them more and more during the day.
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Probably not on the run like that, but I have hit them with my ak74 545x39 before just never that far away and not on the move. Its crazy the last couple weeks ive been seeing them more and more during the day.
They are going to start having pups soon. That might have something to do with it.
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The only good coyote is a dead coyote. Grats sir.
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That's a good shot with any rifle good job

NorCalK9 you should join an AK forum so you guys can talk about how much you love the AK and how all the AR shooters are a bunch of Nancy's. You guys can debate about what AK Seal Team 6 used to take out all the M4 packin terrorists .
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That's a good shot with any rifle good job

NorCalK9 you should join an AK forum so you guys can talk about how much you love the AK and how all the AR shooters are a bunch of Nancy's. You guys can debate about what AK Seal Team 6 used to take out all the M4 packin terrorists .
Lmfao actually you might be surprised that ak forums actually do love AR's as well as do I! I just give AR guys a hard time on this forum because they give ak guys a hard time!
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Me n my girl and my cousin went to livermore shooting range this afternoon...
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You can shoot guns on private property in Oakley?
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Serious question, if you can shoot on your own property, why even go to the range in Livermore?
I can shoot out here cause of county laws but I still have neighbors about 1200 yards to the rite and theyre afraid of guns, so I shoot the pistols out here and save the rifles for killing lol.
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Nice shot man!

That is one ugly *** coyote, and why the hell is it so skinny? All the ones in my area are huge.
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OMG, you shot my dog scruffy!! LOL

Nice shot! Make a coyote hat, and some lucky coyote feet key chains so the flower lovers don't get too upset. haha
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I think that guy was young, but your rite he was kinda mangy looking the last one I got was alot vigger than him.
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