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ollie391

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About ollie391

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    Born Hunter
  • Birthday 19/08/83

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    Glens of Antrim
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    All types of shooting.

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  1. This video from the start of December was filmed in the pursuit of the greatest game bird of them all. Quite a wintery day with snow, hail & strong wind, but ended up with a decent bag of birds. I hope you all enjoy
  2. Below is my latest video from the pheasant syndicate. Videoed over a couple of days during end of November/Start of December. There is also an appearance from a pod of porpoises which were only about 50 yards out into the sea. Hope you all enjoy.
  3. Haven't been on a lot recently as I moved into a new house and have no internet yet. Anyway I made this video a couple of weeks ago and only got round to posting it. Footage from a couple of early days out on our syndicate. I was a little annoyed as some of the footage of my dog working hard was ruined by a drip on the camera. Loads more videos to follow when the internet gets installed.
  4. Crow shooting red letter day

    I don't go to a field with the intention of shooting crows or pigeons. Both are vermin, so I'll gladly shoot both given the opportunity. This farm has a chip factory on it and the feral pigeons congregate around the factory sheds. They fly between this farm & another farm I have permission on and both farmers have asked me to shoot ferals around their sheds. Yes you are quite right I shouldn't have to justify myself on the video, I stated they are ferals so why should anyone doubt me. Thanks another person with common sense that can tell the difference between a feral & racer. My title reads that because it was a red letter day at crows. I was hardly going to put the title as "crow shooting red letter day with ferals, magpie & a handful of woodies". If I was in doubt what the birds were I wouldn't take the shots, as I stated in one of my other comments this farm is full of ferals. Thanks fella.
  5. Crow shooting red letter day

    Thanks everyone for the kind comments, sorry only replying now, haven't been on in a while. I honestly can't tell you if I shoot with both eyes open or not, it's just natural so I don't consciously open both or close one. My best mates father has raced pigeons all his life told me before that racing pigeons do not decoy into fields, they fly on a straight course back home normally at a decent height. I can assure you all the birds were ferals.
  6. Only getting round to making this video now from the end of September. I had a day on barley stubble shooting corvids and had a great day passing 3 figures. Birds decoyed lovely and I shot decent also with lots of doubles as you'll see in the video. It was also memorable due to the amount of Grey Crows I managed to shoot in the process.
  7. Seaview Crow Shooting

    Thanks David
  8. We have had a serious problem with corvids taking the pheasant feed. They have been difficult to decoy but for some reason this particular day they decoyed quite well. Ended up with a respectable bag of birds and a decent bit of sport: https://youtu.be/vgebRKD94_I
  9. Crow Shooting On Laid Wheat

    Thank you, the third bird made it easy for me.
  10. Crow Shooting On Laid Wheat

    Cheers David
  11. I went out about a month ago with a mate who had recently bought a Winchester SX4. It was a typical Irish day with sunny spells mixed in with heavy showers. The crows & ferals pigeons decoyed pretty steady in the morning but tailed off in the early afternoon. Ended up with a decent bag of birds despite some of the poor shooting and a new gun well christened. https://youtu.be/qz8eTlHENIc
  12. Thanks mate. Always good craic with me & my mate. I liked clearing up after him twice on those ferals lol Cheers lad
  13. I hope you all had a good opening weekend at the ducks, deer etc. This is a video from earlier on in August shooting pigeons (mostly feral pigeons) & crows over barley stubble. Ended up with a bag of almost 150 birds. https://youtu.be/X7dgReuwlJg
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