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Re: New coyote rifle [Re: trapperjdb] #7237613
04/07/21 08:17 PM
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Originally Posted by trapperjdb
Nice, been thinking about doing a 80% lower. Let us know how it goes, thank you.

in the event that 80% are on the block tomorrow , I expect you all finished them all before midnight tonight.


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Re: New coyote rifle [Re: BadgerTrapper97] #7237645
04/07/21 08:45 PM
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Originally Posted by BadgerTrapper97

If you get a few minutes go on youtube and look at the ballistic gel tests of the razorcore. It's quite impressive, black hills ammo loads the same round but it's harder to find. The IMI ammo used to be cheaper but has gone up like everything else.


My understanding is the Seals use blackhills ammo in the 77 grain TMK. It's the Matchking HP(razorcore) with a tip. https://www.sierrabullets.com/product/22-caliber-77-gr-tmk/

I was listening to a Mike Drop podcast, a former seal, and he said they preferred over the green tip 64 grain fmj.

Re: New coyote rifle [Re: Tactical.20] #7237756
04/07/21 10:21 PM
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Purdy shiney!


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Re: New coyote rifle [Re: Steven 49er] #7237848
04/08/21 12:02 AM
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Originally Posted by Steven 49er
Originally Posted by BadgerTrapper97

If you get a few minutes go on youtube and look at the ballistic gel tests of the razorcore. It's quite impressive, black hills ammo loads the same round but it's harder to find. The IMI ammo used to be cheaper but has gone up like everything else.


My understanding is the Seals use blackhills ammo in the 77 grain TMK. It's the Matchking HP(razorcore) with a tip. https://www.sierrabullets.com/product/22-caliber-77-gr-tmk/

I was listening to a Mike Drop podcast, a former seal, and he said they preferred over the green tip 64 grain fmj.

Good to know, ya a heavier bullet probably does good on people, enemy

Re: New coyote rifle [Re: Leftlane] #7237849
04/08/21 12:03 AM
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Originally Posted by Leftlane
Purdy shiney!

Needs camo huh 😁

Re: New coyote rifle [Re: Tactical.20] #7237934
04/08/21 06:38 AM
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Tac 20 it's not as much the heavier bullet but the difference in expansion properties between hallow points and FMJ.

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Re: New coyote rifle [Re: Tactical.20] #7237983
04/08/21 08:18 AM
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Blackhills also makes 308 Winchester in 152 GR. Dual Performance with monolithic copper. As mentioned Blackhill, 77 grain is awesome ammo.

Re: New coyote rifle [Re: Steven 49er] #7237992
04/08/21 08:33 AM
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Originally Posted by Steven 49er
Originally Posted by BadgerTrapper97

If you get a few minutes go on youtube and look at the ballistic gel tests of the razorcore. It's quite impressive, black hills ammo loads the same round but it's harder to find. The IMI ammo used to be cheaper but has gone up like everything else.


My understanding is the Seals use blackhills ammo in the 77 grain TMK. It's the Matchking HP(razorcore) with a tip. https://www.sierrabullets.com/product/22-caliber-77-gr-tmk/

I was listening to a Mike Drop podcast, a former seal, and he said they preferred over the green tip 64 grain fmj.

That would make sense, the match king would be very effective I would think. From the ballistic gel testing I've seen with it and it's performance on random targets, I think it would be a one shot stopper.


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Re: New coyote rifle [Re: Steven 49er] #7238047
04/08/21 09:42 AM
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Originally Posted by Steven 49er
Tac 20 it's not as much the heavier bullet but the difference in expansion properties between hallow points and FMJ.

The heavier one is fmj,?
Looks like obiden wants background check on ghost guns

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Re: New coyote rifle [Re: Tactical.20] #7238768
04/08/21 11:38 PM
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I applied moly-fusion to the new rifle and applied it to the tactical.20, second time in 16-17 years
I have another barrel ready for the moly-fusion, I'll do it tomorrow.

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Re: New coyote rifle [Re: Tactical.20] #7238815
04/09/21 02:28 AM
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I have a couple 223 ARs for shooting fur critters. Haven't shot anything yet. What is your preferred fur friendly bullet?

Re: New coyote rifle [Re: Tactical.20] #7238960
04/09/21 09:41 AM
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I used a nosler 55 gr in my old .223, I think a nosler 50 gr would be good too, in my tactical 20 I prefer the berger 35 grain, berger probably makes a good .224 bullet too

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