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Re: short video with my new photon

Posted: 01 Oct 2018, 11:01
by RELOADER54
kalmantihanyi wrote:
01 Oct 2018, 05:18
series2steve wrote:
10 Aug 2016, 18:49
well happy with this pucker scope ,thanks for the advice lads , mounted on my 19 year old ruger[with new bits] :angel:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EwTF3_jVnac
Great Shots!! But don't kill birds I love them very much... :silent:
it's ok we got special permission from government. :thumbup:

Re: short video with my new photon

Posted: 02 Oct 2018, 04:36
by kalmantihanyi
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Re: short video with my new photon

Posted: 02 Oct 2018, 04:41
by kalmantihanyi
phoenix wrote:
01 Oct 2018, 07:49
kalmantihanyi wrote:
01 Oct 2018, 05:18
series2steve wrote:
10 Aug 2016, 18:49
well happy with this pucker scope ,thanks for the advice lads , mounted on my 19 year old ruger[with new bits] :angel:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EwTF3_jVnac
Great Shots!! But don't kill birds I love them very much... :silent:

But shooting deer at night is OK?
In the UK we have something called a "general licence" which automatically applies to every shooter, and which lists the animals which may legally be shot. In general these are pest species which cause damage to crops or which have very high populations.
The birds shot in the video are from a family of bird species known as corvids. The most common corvids in the UK are rooks, carrion crows and hooded crows and it looks like the birds being shot are probably young rooks.
Each year, in early to mid May, when the young rooks have hatched but are not strong enough to fly very far, we shoot them in the branches of the trees beside their nests. On a typical outing we may shoot more than 100.

Cheers

Bruce
:wave: ok Bruce...