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Successful Goat Hunt

Used my 6.5CM RAP with a B&C stock on a recent doe antelope hunt in Moffet Co. Colorado.  212 yds by range finder and about 30 degrees down hill.  One shot down she went off a tripod.  A 129 gr Nosler Acubond Long Range went clear thru.

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Congrats.  Great looking rifle.  I was on the net about an hour ago looking at the B&C stocks for the RAP.
If you have the shot, take it.

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Nice shooting, heard antelope is good to eat.

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She’s a fat little motor scooter isn’t she. Nice shooting bolt man!

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Nice shooting.
I also have a B&C stock on a 243 RAP - nice hunting combination IMO.
... rule #9 ...

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Congrats boltman,
Love antelope and antelope hunting.  Hoping for a few more hunts as long as these legs keep me afloat.
11X Grandfather
Part time Savagesmith

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Thanks all.  I really like the RAP set up with the B&C Stock.  A little heavier than factory plastic but rock solid.  I have most of my antelope made into jerkey and chedder jalapeno summer sasauge by a place in Craig CO.  My wife won't eat it any other way.  This may be my last goat hunt as it takes 3-4 years to get a license here in Colorado and I am almost 71.

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Nice fat goat. I'd just as soon hunt antelope as anything, well maybe prairie dogs.
Dave