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PSA Dissy ready for bobcat

Discussion in 'Black Rifle Forum' started by bmoore, Oct 28, 2011.

  1. bmoore

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    I decided to set up my Palmetto state armory dissy for bobcat season, 22-250 and 243 hit a little hard, so I loaded some 223 down just a tad and scoped the dissy. Burris PEPR mount with a Leupold VX2 3-9. I did the coyote tan/foliage green digital paint a while back and put it on cause of hunting season. Boresighted and ready for the range.
     
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  2. bmoore

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    Probably in Cleveland national forest and BLM land mostly. But my buddy just took one this morning down in Imperial Valley.
     
  3. txgunguy

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  4. njl

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    Don't mean to sound anti-hunting...but what do you do with a dead bobcat?
     
  5. bmoore

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    Pelt it or get it mounted. Im only planning on taking one to have it mounted. I typically dont bobcat hunt. Coyote is my game, they get pelted. Around here coyotes are out of control.
     
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  6. bmoore

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    The PSA dissipator shoots fantastic. I have probably 500 rounds through mine, I have tried to mix ammo to test it as much as I can. It has eaten PMC brass, Federal, Tula steel and my reloads without a glitch of any kind. For what you get for your money, I am sold on PSA. That being said my DPMS A2 upper has eaten all the same with no problems and is very accurate as well as my Smith M&P15.
     
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  7. txgunguy

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    I love the look and not many companies make them. I think I will have to get one when they get back in stock. I am thinking about putting it on a spikes zombie lower.
     
  8. bmoore

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    You will love it. Rifle length handguards and rifle length sight radius are nice. They are a very well made upper.
     
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