The following is the first section of Beast Master Hunting’s “Kill of the Month.” Each month, Nick Atkinson, creator of Beast Master Hunting, will provide the Ballistic viewers with first-hand video of his searches. Enjoy!
On Dec. 10, 2017, around midnight, this video was captured from my spouse’s and my points of view whilst coyote hunting. We were with Trijicon MK III 60mm thermal optics mounted on Beast Master Hunting rifles.
Everything you notice is concurrently recorded footage through our novelty, edited on a split display. The predator call you hear in the background is a FOXPRO Shockwave.
This ranch in Texas has a major problem with coyotes. The property owner contacted me to help eliminate as many coyotes in the home as we can. We hunted most of the night and shot over a dozen coyotes, but this place was the highlight of the night.
After just about four minutes of calling, these two coyotes busted the brush appearing famished. Lucky for us, they came in on the same lineup and had no inclination that we were awaiting.
We quickly coordinated who had been shooting which coyote — my spouse on front coyote at roughly 65 metres, and me about the much coyote at about 165 yards.
The front coyote paused as though he knew something was not correct, but it had been too late. The countdown began, 2, 1, BANG! A perfectly executed pair of headshots.
Enjoy the Beast Master Hunting “Kill of the Month” for January 2018. To learn more, please see BeastMasterHunting.com.
About the Author
A former police officer, specialist contest shooter by afternoon and expert varmint hunter by night — that sentence sums up Nick Atkinson’s career. Because 2012, Atkinson has traveled throughout the country, competing in the pro level in federal degree 3-gun competitions. In 2016, Atkinson made a decision to carry his hunting to another level. Soon after, Beast Master reluctantly has been founded.