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Discussion in 'General Hunting' started by muddhunter, Jul 8, 2018.
post em up!! From starlings to moose and rats to rhinos. Let’s see those airgun kills!
How you gonna fix it?
20 yard shot 177 cal open sights sitting on a tear rail in my barn. Breasted out cut in strips wrapped in bacon salt pepper on the grill.
Air guns are a barrel of fun around the farm. I've spent a many day looking for any kind of varmint to pop.
Sounds like a hell of way to knock out a tree rat to a young dog, too.
I was hell on tin cans with my Red Rider. Of course, you had to allow for that curve and dip to hit anything.
Taken with a daisy red Ryder
I had a brindle cur, and a RWS in .177 back then. ABSOLUTELY had a blast!
If it's your kind of thing, here are a few videos of my kills with a Marauder:
That is pretty dang cool. What kind of set up do you have?
I gave up filming (and shooting) years ago, but it's a .22 Benjamin Marauder that is run on CO2 with a Handycam in a Orion SteadyPix mount. I'd open up the screen and use that as a scope.
Great setup, I couldn't recommend a Marauder more. Top off the reservoir with a paintball CO2 tank and you're good to go for about 20 rounds. The magazine holds 8(?). Deadly silent and much more accurate than a springer, but there are multiple tuning options. I enjoyed that much more than a regular .22. Not much more than a decent springer if you can catch it on sale or get a refurb-ed model.
I had too many people cry about the invasive species in my neck of the woods is protected in their area, therefore whatever I'm doing is illegal, so I quit filming.
I'm going to break out the Ole fieldmaster this afternoon, might practice on the invasion of annoying finches that have overtaken my shop and poop all over my equipment inside,
You can take down most any critter with the right air rifle. Got this decent sized dragon the other day.
You may jest, but Lewis and Clark toted along a .46 caliber air rifle on their journey.
Truth be told, I do think it was more entertainment and touting technological achievements to the Indians than for hunting/protection.
I would like to have made this journey with them.