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Hey SW,
A guy we hunt with is an Idaho transplant and a hellova shot to boot. He uses a .223 or a 22-250 during our doe seasons. Basically, in many counties you can shoot as many as you have room for @ $7.00 ea. He has proved to all in camp that they are indeed very formidable weapons in the right hands. I have no business with a 100 yrd neck or head shot, but he seems to have it down. A mature doe where I'm from, may weigh 200+ lbs on the the hoof. For everyones info, during the regular season he shoots an old 30-06 that kinda reminds me of a boat oar. It's really not the firearm as much as the person behind the trigger.

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