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Advice shooting pigeons

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by nevermiss1, May 10, 2012.

  1. nevermiss1

    nevermiss1 Engaging Member

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    Hi folks the local shops just down the road from me has a serious problem with pigeons i was wondering if i could go down and shot them. The shops are about 100 meteres away from the nearest house and are privatly owned hence y i think the council havent been down. What i was wondering tho is because the shops are in a local place can i shoot them if givin permission i would only do it at night prob early in the morning.
     
  2. BunnyHunter20

    BunnyHunter20 Engaging Member

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    As none of us can see the place mate you will have to suss it out for yourself, where will your pellet end up if you miss a pigeon? As you well know any pellet fired out of a sub 12 airgun can travel well over 100 metres, think safely and you shouldn't have a problem , Sam
     

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