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Bloody Crows

Discussion in 'Hunting' started by kyle99, May 17, 2018 at 8:01 PM.

  1. kyle99

    kyle99 Post Whore

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    C503179E-F8D9-4CC8-8C6F-3F80AB8F3169.jpeg So took the .25 to work today, two lovely woodies around 25 yrds and 40 ish , then a super long range crow who was hounding ducklings, 3 mildots up and slight wind adjustment ment one unhappy crow
     
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    hughlle Keyboard Hero

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    Good work. I just leave crows alone, no need to shoot them here, and not interested in killing for the sake of it.
     
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    I feed alot of song birds where i work/ hunt so at this time of year every one shot saves alot of chicks
     
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    nice shooting kyle :up:
     
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    Good work. I just leave crows alone, no need to shoot them here, and not interested in killing for the sake of it

    HI hughlle , around where I live we shoot crows because they attack newborn lambs pecking there eyes out
    which is very tasty to them, the farmers cannot afford lost lambs so we shoot them on sight
    I bait them down with a dead rabbit and a very good hidden hide,
    rooks we leave alone but some shooters do not know the difference between crows and rooks.
    atb brian
     
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    Rooks we leave alone but some shooters do not know the difference between crows and rooks.


    My father always said....
    “A Rook on his own is a Crow”!
     
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    Nice shooting Kyle :up:
     
  8. rascaltrousers

    rascaltrousers Busy Member

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    Good shooting. I don't recognise your rifle bt I like the skeleton bullpup stock. What is it please.
     
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    Rooks are the farmer's friend. Crows definitely are not.
     
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    Its a kalibregun cricket .25 wst
     
  11. Jiggy ward

    Jiggy ward HEY YOU GUYS

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    Great shooting I’m playing with my .25 95k at moment getting used to it and I think it’s becoming my favourite rifle


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