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How Not To Hunt Vermin..

Discussion in 'Videos' started by PBaz Barrett, Nov 16, 2019.

  1. PBaz Barrett

    PBaz Barrett 'I love slinging lead me'..

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    Here is a compilation of missed shots at rats..
    Always check your zero before hunting..

     
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    I would add not only check zero but chronograph regularly too.
    I found my Hw100 was losing air makes a massive difference.

    Thank you for the video

    James
     
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    Halinfax Full time tinkerer....

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    Isnt it COMMON sense??????????
     
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    wow that was bad
     
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    The audio sounds like it was recorded in a McDonald's on a Saturday afternoon.
     
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    PBaz Barrett 'I love slinging lead me'..

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    It was, Mcdonald's are full of rats.........and staff.
    Last winter I stopped off at Mcdonald's Ripon en route to the farm, bit early so I stopped for coffee, as you drive round to the car parking area I saw two rats at the base of the bin by the two bays that are there awaiting food being carried out.
    Because I had my gun in the boot I parked in the disabled bay (well it was 06:30 and nobody about) so I could keep an eye on my car. As I walked to the front door another scampered by alongside the Mickey Mouse Zebra crossing.
    One wonders.
     
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  8. PBaz Barrett

    PBaz Barrett 'I love slinging lead me'..

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    Should of gone at em all guns blazing, and just munched on em raw.. Prob a safer way to cure yer hunger than eat the grub in Mcdonalds.. :shrug:

    edit: But there again, you only wanted a coffee :laff:
     
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    Hence just the coffee, no rat pi$$ present.:D
     
  10. PBaz Barrett

    PBaz Barrett 'I love slinging lead me'..

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    No rat pi$$.. but human.. :laff:
     
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    Out on the lash in Norwich on Saturday and a few of the lads decided they were hungry, so we went to McDonalds in the market place. Full of absolute dregs buying sh1te burgers from their day's takings begging in the street. I hate their so called food so stepped outside and was approached by a lovely young lady, offering a cup of hot soup from the free kitchen manned by volunteers literally 25yds from McDonald's. I said that I wasn't in need, but she insisted as I looked cold ... bloomin lovely it was and chatted with her for a good 20 minutes until my mates reappeared and then dropped a £20 in their collection box before she left. Bless her, she tried to give me my money back as she felt embarrassed after having approached me, so I said no, but take the money and give it to someone genuinely in need rather than the wasters who were obviously just taking the pee out of a charity offering help to those in genuine need ... I almost offered her my waterproof that I'd got with me as it was peeing it down and she was not dressed for the weather !
     
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