There are mult. posts on this so a search would be useful. You can check out my old post "looking for a stud" on espo board.
My experience breeding my line to him has been outstanding. The pups have pet like qualities yet hunt like crazy when they hit the ground. This is a unique combination of traits. The pups just go crazy to please their owner. Very quick out of checks. My crosses have been the real deal with majority of the litter being excellant hounds -- not many culls from him in my experience. Just great pups.
The good ones I saw were bold, friendly, level headed, lots of hunt hustle and could run a rabbit. Just super nice gritty little rabbit hounds with no hook, skirt, swinging, reaching or slop running in them. You could not ask for anything more out of the good ones I saw and know of. I would have to say impressive. Wish I had a good one.
I own a female directly off him and a granddaughter by way of National Champion Big Dog El Deablo. I plan on breeding my deablo female back to him soon. I love them both. I forgot. I own a grandson out of him also. He is 6 months old and is doing great.
Have owned one out of him and hunted with several. Early start, lot of hunt, tight on the line, plenty of hustle and grit. Seen some with a little extra mouth, but I'd say that is the case with most of the bloodlines. You get some good and some bad. One of the things I like about them is they seem to be natural rabbit jumpers, and have not ever seen one that wouldn't hunt. They are the type of dogs that can handle the front or cut you from the back. I've seen Deablo (buckshot son who is a national champion) run in the worst possible drought conditions you could imagine and I'd say he was pretty impressive.
If you like Stubby and Tiny Bull bred dogs Buckshot is bred out of that line. I'd say that is where their hard hunt comes from.