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Iron_Llama

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New member from Bemidji MN. I found this forum after hearing about the Moleman 357AR. I don't have a lot of wildcat experience, aside from my 6x45. I do load and cast for .357/.38 so the Moleman idea appeals to me.

Also trying to find some coyotes to shoot near me.
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Welcome from Northeast Ohio.
About the 357AR and coyotes- if you build it they will come...

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Welcome from WI!
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welcome to our addiction [biggrin]
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Welcome from another minnesotan
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Welcome to the excitement!
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Welcome from southeastern Arizona.... a  L O N G way from Minnesota!
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Hey Ranger Joe, SE AZ is my old stomping grounds. Concise County.
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Cochise County... that's were I live & work.  Fort Huachuca to be exact! Been here - off and on - since the late '70s.  I live on a small ranch near Tombstone, just beside the river.
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I lived in Bisbee for a few years, worked in Naco. I used to hunt the Babicovari (sp) near Tombstone, shot a javalina and a bunch of quail there. Jackrabbits and coyotes off of Davis Rd and elsewhere. I visited a good friend near Elfrida this spring. I miss AZ but MN is home.
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Close... it is the Babocomari River... and I live right beside it.  Far enough away that during July monsoons I'm not at too much flood risk, but close enough that we hit water at 50' when I had the well dug back in 2004.  The river and land on both sides have been claimed by the Feds (BLM) - so my property is split; 22-ish acres on South side (bordering Military property of Ft. Huachuca's North Range) and 8-ish acres on the North side where the house and horses are.  Also have 20+ acres off Middle March Road in Tombstone just for investment. 

Were you Border Patrol?  Lots of agents assigned to the Naco and Douglas Stations live in Bisbee.

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The gravel pit on Big hill Fire road along Long Lost Lake between Zerkel and the Park has a lots of 277 wolverine projectiles in the backstop.  Welcome from a fellow Minnesotan.

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Welcome from Oklahoma.  We have plenty of coyotes that have an acute lead deficiency....
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