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Old 02-24-2009, 06:51 PM
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New coyote gun...

My gandpa was cleaning out some of his things and gave me this to clean up and take care of... I figured it would be good for spotlighting though the woods and mabey a few long pasture shots.


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Old 02-24-2009, 06:52 PM
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30 carbine?
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Is spotlighting legal in Texas?
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30 carbine?
Yup...


This weekend i plan on siting it in if i can find some shells for it. They are on backorder everywhere...
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Looks like a m1a1 but cant tell if its a real or a knock off.
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Looks like a m1a1 but cant tell if its a real or a knock off.
m1a1 is a tank.
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They frown on spotlighting during deer season, but otherwise, no prob. Most pests like feral hogs, coyotes, and cats go nocturnal with a little pressure.

BTW, we've got the most human/landowner friendly Parks & Wildlife Dep't in the country. They still remember who pays the bills.
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Old 02-24-2009, 08:01 PM
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I have a Rugar Mini Thirty and they rock as far as shootin coyotes, or any other varments that get in your way!! anyways that does look like an m1. My grandpa has got one.
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M1 carbines are great fun for shooting but not a whole lot of range. Mini 30's are one of the coolest rifles ever made in my book. A ton of fun!!
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Yes it is a M1. He bought it as soon as he left the service and has had it ever since. I emptied a clip with all of the shells we had left into a hay bale right after i got it all oiled up and i am already in love with this thing. Now i just need an overhead gun rack in my truck.
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