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Question by willkillsdeer. Uploaded on February 21, 2009
mine is i picked a medowlark off a fence post at around 100 yards with a rem targetmaster single shot with winchester hollow points
75 yds, open sights, crappy ruger 10/22, hit the squirrel square below the ear, knocked him out of the tree. It was a total lucky shot. i used remington thunderbolts
3 shots all at 100 yards at a running woodchuck idk the ammo. I know it sounds far-fetched but even I was suprised when i paced it off, and i had missed him a few times b4 and he wasnt getting away this time which he didnt
all were hits too
Mine was a fox squirrel standing on the ground in the edge of a wheat field at 80 yds. Hard crosswind was blowing and hit him between the eyes with my Marlin mdl 39 and Remington high velocity ammo.
50-100 yards at a rabbit.
Beaver, 80 yards in the back of the head with open sights. Winchester 190, CCI mini mag solid point. I was 16.
Beaver, 80 yards, back of the head. Winchester 190, CCI mini mag solid point. 16 years old.
Those are all some great shots, i think anything approaching a hundred yards is long for a .22. Having made a 70+ yd kill on a rabbit with a Pellet gun, I know these are possible
70 yards with a pelet gun? nice! i shot a woodchuck off my porch from around 30+yds but there tuff little buggers took two head shots before he went down
shot a crow at 90 yards with a ruge 10/22. using remington thunderbolts. Shot him right in the side, he flew up about ten feet then fell.
Big ass woodchuck at 145 yards with a ruger 77/22. Had a 3x9 bushnell on it. Used Winchester .22 WMR ammo
70 yards with the Rabbit!!!
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