Brandon sent in this nifty photo of two of his Savage rifles on prairie near Badlands National Park.

This is a photo of my Savage 12VLP chambered in 22-250 with a Leupold VX-2 scope. The back rifle is a Savage 93r17 BVSS with a Vortex Crossfire 2. This photo was taken on my first prairie dog hunt back in June of this year. We were about 7 miles outside of Wall, South Dakota on the edge of the Badlands.

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  • M.M.D.C.

    Noble!

  • john huscio

    Go prairie doggin

  • Pete in Alaska

    A summer afternoon recipe:
    1 each -17 HMR in a Savage 93, bull barrel, SS, with thumb hole stock set with a
    BSA Sweet 17 scope and/or ones faveroit doggin long gun of another
    flavor
    200 rounds – faveroit dogging ammo (additional amounts as may be required)
    1 each – spotting scope and/or binoculars
    1 each – small folding table
    1 each – comfortable folding chair
    1 each – large beach umbrella (optional)
    1 each – cooler (35 to 50 qt prefable) with beverages and ice
    1 each – medinum sack of assorted snack food
    1 each – hill top or rise overlooking your faveroit section of the ranch that has
    become a target rich enviroment requiring your undevided attention!

    — Some quiet background Rock an Roll or Country Western music (optional)
    — discovering that your cell phone has an “OFF” button (not optional)
    — no place to be until the ammo or beverages are depleted

    >> Add all the ingredients into the back of your 4×4.
    >> Mix until combined and smooth on a dirt road while driving to your sleeted site
    >> Stop, remove combined ingredients from 4×4 and set up shooting station
    >> ENJOY until done.

    REPEAT AS NEEDED OR ON A DAILY BASIS. SOME INGREDIENTS MAY BE CHANGED OR ADDED WITHOUT CHANGING THE BASIC RECIPE OR DISRUPTING THE ENJOYMENT OF THE AFTERNOON.
    THIS RECIPE WILL FEED THE NEEDS OF ONE TO FOUR SHOOTERS. FOR LARGER GROUPS MORE AREA IS REQUIRED.

  • Dan

    Woohoo South Dakota!!!!!