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It's not just about Modding

Discussion in 'Videos' started by Tadpole, Jul 6, 2014.

  1. Tadpole

    Tadpole Super Moderator Staff Member Mod/Admin

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    I do manage to get a bit of shooting done in between moving the posts about on here ;)

    Along with 'Alleycat' this is the latest of the time spent at a couple of permission & the new one I spoke about just the other day in a thread.
    There's quite a bit to putting these shots together as those of you who post on the tube will I am sure agree.

    We tend to arrive about an hour before sunset, sit quite & very still then 'ambush' the rabbits, anything from 25/30yds out to as you will see 60yds.
    Conditions have to be right, no or very little wind, there's something very satisfying seeing a rabbit go over with a 'well placed shot'. ..................... :coffee:

    This is the link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BOb6Typr2JA&list=UU8pwIU9Y6rzz0IXJetBGs2g
     
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    good vid there mate and good shooting to keep up the good work
     
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    Computer skills needed
     
  4. Elk hunter

    Elk hunter Keyboard Hero

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    That was a fun night. Just love it when the weather is right and everything is green.

    Im so glad you lot do get out to blow the cobwebs away.

    Andrew
     
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    Good shooting there :up: amazing how accurate the hw100 is?
     
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    good work there mate
     
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    some great shooting there guys!
     
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    Nice editing , great video :up:
     
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    i liked the nettle bit.
     
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    Great footage there Mr T. You've got some good vids on there. My partner and I have just got HW100's. .22, (she loves her FSB). Took them to the range yesterday, trying to find the most
    suitable pellets. full magazines (14 shots), 6 different types and we were amazed how un-fussy the rifles were. every group very
    acceptable, 30yd. zero. Maybe JSB exacts just edged it on my '100 S. Cheers. Alan:up:

    I put the pellets in a couple of old Pill nomads, 14 each for the '100s mags. just empty
    in the hand without fumbling in ya tin
    View attachment 99747 View attachment 99748 If using different pellets, little label on inside of lid. Jobs a good 'un:)
     
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  11. Tadpole

    Tadpole Super Moderator Staff Member Mod/Admin

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    I have used H & N FTT in the R-10 for some time & they seem to work well for me as you can see with the results.
    I'm not sure what Alleycat uses thanks for the comments guys .. :thumb:
     
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    Just come back to this thread to watch it, good vid and great shooting Mr T :up:
     
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    Nice one. What is the make and model of the scope used in the video. Thank's. Bob.
     
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    What brilliant footage and shooting! Well done you two.

    how did you film the footage?
     
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    I liked that, good job buddy.
     
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    Tadpole Super Moderator Staff Member Mod/Admin

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    You can see at the end of this video the setup we use, camera is viewing through the Mamba Lite & recorded with one of these in my pocket via leads with a 12volt lightweight battery strapped to it . It works for me plug it all in start the recorder & sit quiet, a couple of hours+ footage is more than enough. The recorder I think records in 15 minute bites so this helps in the editing hth .... :tea:
     
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    Sorry for the late reply Bob, we both use the Mamba Lite 3-12x44 to good effect as you can see hth ......... ;)
     
  18. Stevie Darling

    Stevie Darling Sexual tyrannosaurus

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    Brilliant shooting tadpole,

    a prime example of how it should be done:)
     
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    good shooting mate - both with the rifle and recorder.
    glad to see theres life in the owd dog !
     

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