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Old 07-16-2007, 11:52 AM
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Shot my first squirrel with quik shoks today, he and his buddy were stealing horse feed about 50 yards out the back door. First I took aim at the squirrel standing up...waaay high and left. Then I remembered, whoops, scope got knocked around a bit yesterday...aim at the second one, now halfway up a tree with the open sights...thump. NO kicking, "nerves", etc. I was impressed. I took a look at his wounds and he had 1 hole going in, and 4 holes going out all in the chest area in about a quarter sized group. He bled fast, probably the most blood I've ever seen out of a squirrel that was hit well. I recommend quik shoks if they shoot well in your gun over Stingers, I've never had an impressive result on game with Stingers, although they do explode soda cans nicely. Sorry I have no pics, my dad broke the camera during Nationals in SD.

Too bad only one of six 22s I have will shoot them worth a darn...
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Old 07-17-2007, 07:06 PM
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Good news on the SGBs. I'm wondering if maybe Stingers are meant to be used on larger game like wabbits and whistle piggies. Maybe even up to coyote size varmints.
Now you've got me interested in the SGBs. This past Sunday I got outstanding results with CCI CB Shorts that I sanded the round noses flat on. I nailed five squirrels, three of which were DRT. Two I had to chase down. My fault because of shot placement. The altered rounds make a very satisfying THWACK! when they hit tree rat hide.
If the SGB's were a quieter I could use them as I really like the results you just posted. I may have to give them a whirl anyway...
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Old 07-17-2007, 07:24 PM
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Good news on the SGBs. I'm wondering if maybe Stingers are meant to be used on larger game like wabbits and whistle piggies. Maybe even up to coyote size varmints.
Now you've got me interested in the SGBs. This past Sunday I got outstanding results with CCI CB Shorts that I sanded the round noses flat on. I nailed five squirrels, three of which were DRT. Two I had to chase down. My fault because of shot placement. The altered rounds make a very satisfying THWACK! when they hit tree rat hide.
If the SGB's were a quieter I could use them as I really like the results you just posted. I may have to give them a whirl anyway...
I am pretty sure that the SGBs and Quik Shots aren't the same thing.
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Old 07-17-2007, 08:07 PM
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Oops! My buzz. Thanks for clarifying.
I actually do know there's a difference, except when the Dementia kicks in, of course.
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Old 07-17-2007, 10:44 PM
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Yeah wasn't using SGBs, but sanding the front of a match bullet like a cheap Wolf ME is the same thing and since I use it alot to practice 3P it works well.
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