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Old December 2nd, 2010, 01:42 PM
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Mk12 Coyote and Mountain Lion gun.

This is my MK 12 build I have been working on for quite some time. The barrel is a real MK12 barrel from Centurion arms. The bolt is a Chrome Less Baer. The Upper is a Larue Stealth upper. Sights and float tube are Knights. The Suppressor is a Quick Silver Titanium QSM wrapped with a custom made Kevlar cover. I do have the OPS mounting collar and brake but until an OPS 12th model arrives the Quick Silver will have to do. Scope is a Leupold 2.5 to 8 Mounted with Night Force Rings on a Larue Picatinny base. I chose this set up because it lined up the scope with the PVS 24 the best. Oh and a PVS 24 for, our favorite, Night Ops against Predators.
All mounted on my trusty LMT lower complete with Timeny Trigger.

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Side view with PVS 24


Business end of the 24


Left Side of the 24 with cover


I will post up a few more pics later. All in all this is in the running for my Favorite AR for hunting predators. Many little calves will get to grow up and become Beef steak and Hamburger due to this rifle.

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Old December 2nd, 2010, 05:26 PM
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Old December 2nd, 2010, 05:44 PM
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.223 ?

Yep Sorry .223 and it really like the expensive Black Hills 75 graIn SMK loads. I am going to run some 77 grainers through it here shortly, just to see. The barrel isn't even broken in yet and it is doing .5 MOA for 5 shots at 100 yards.

The first coyote I came across was at 250 yards (ranged it after the fact) and the 75 grain load put him DRT (Dead Right There) with his tail sticking straight up doing the helicopter.

I am hoping to get a Mountain Lion now that the snow is on the ground.

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Old December 2nd, 2010, 10:22 PM
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Yep Sorry .223 and it really like the expensive Black Hills 75 graIn SMK loads. I am going to run some 77 grainers through it here shortly, just to see. The barrel isn't even broken in yet and it is doing .5 MOA for 5 shots at 100 yards.

The first coyote I came across was at 250 yards (ranged it after the fact) and the 75 grain load put him DRT (Dead Right There) with his tail sticking straight up doing the helicopter.

I am hoping to get a Mountain Lion now that the snow is on the ground.

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P.S. By the way hunting with a can on, is so cool I can't believe I ever did with out one.
The best, I have used cans in .308 and .223 when hunting ( even the back up goes suppressed )

BTW, like a lot the can cover, I have a TAB, where did you get yours if you do not mind?
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Old December 2nd, 2010, 10:39 PM
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The best, I have used cans in .308 and .223 when hunting ( even the back up goes suppressed )

BTW, like a lot the can cover, I have a TAB, where did you get yours if you do not mind?

This one was made custom by my buddy. I also have a tab now and I like it ALOT ! ! ! We are going to experiment with extra kevlar lining for the TAB as it is only wool felt lined but it is very well made.

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wait, isn't hunting after sundown illegal in Idaho ? Tis here
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wait, isn't hunting after sundown illegal in Idaho ? Tis here


Hunting it is illegal,

Shooting Coyotes, Mountain Lions, or any other harming creature it isn't.
It is under the some sort of exemption for nasty animals
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Old December 3rd, 2010, 05:21 PM
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You have the right to protect people, pets and livestock. Ive been waiting for the coyote to come back that ate our ducks and shredded my dogs ear.
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wait, isn't hunting after sundown illegal in Idaho ? Tis here
Predation kills or stopping them is what I do. I have blasted Coyotes as they were in the act of stalking a cow giving birth to a calf. If it is on private property (most Ranches are) it is ok. Public lands after dark, not ok.

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all I get to pick off out here is foxes, but there is talk that the coyotes have now made their way to the area.
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all I get to pick off out here is foxes, but there is talk that the coyotes have now made their way to the area.
We have them 2 hrs North of you in Virginia.The Campbell county where the farm is, was offering a $50 bounty on coyotes but recently dropped it due to budgetary concerns.
Its amazing the impact on rabbits, quail etc (ground dweller) populations.
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