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OK ive just been reunited with my caty, was a great shot as a kid but not so good at the moment LOL, (LESS STRESS THEN SPOSE).

 

Im gonna take this thread as a challenge :thumbs: ...............TBC

 

Yours in sport D

 

Just to add, does a broken window count?

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OK ive just been reunited with my caty, was a great shot as a kid but not so good at the moment LOL, (LESS STRESS THEN SPOSE).

 

Im gonna take this thread as a challenge :thumbs: ...............TBC

 

Yours in sport D

 

Just to add, does a broken window count?

 

Lmao yeah just draw a rabbit around the cracks.. going to get my black widow in the morning hopefully by tommorow night i will have sum pictures on have bin a gud shot with a catapult foir a couple of years now

 

atb

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OK ive just been reunited with my caty, was a great shot as a kid but not so good at the moment LOL, (LESS STRESS THEN SPOSE).

 

Im gonna take this thread as a challenge :thumbs: ...............TBC

 

Yours in sport D

 

Just to add, does a broken window count?

 

Lmao yeah just draw a rabbit around the cracks.. going to get my black widow in the morning hopefully by tommorow night i will have sum pictures on have bin a gud shot with a catapult foir a couple of years now

 

atb

 

Well any tips greatly appreciated LOL, the black widow was my caty as a kid, today if i had to buy one from a gun shop etc, i think i would go for the cobra Barnet.

 

LOOKING FORWARD TO SEEING THIS THREAD GROW, GOT MY ATTENTION FOR SURE.

 

ATB D

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Whats that bottom bird Steve , a jay ?

Nice to see a milbro , they just sit in your pocket unoticed until you need them :thumbs:

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Its a red leg or french patridge mate,i like my Milbo's as well,i had the same one from being around 8 until i was mid thirties,lost it [gutted] and didnt know how to get another until my lad found them for sale on the internet a few years go,i tried other types in between but just cant get on with them.

 

Heres one i made myself with the round elastic off ebay,the forks chestnut,not a bad catty but i gave it away in the end.

 

 

 

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Ive made afew , but they get put in draws out the way

Always go back to the milbro :thumbs:

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i would have thought to take a pheasant out it would have to be a head shot?????? thats some practise

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i would have thought to take a pheasant out it would have to be a head shot?????? thats some practise

 

Thats right mate,if you want to take them cleanly its a head/neck shot,i kill most with the neck shot,the best target to practice on is a broom handle or thin sapling,once you get your "left & right" sorted its not that difficult,and pheasants are very vunerable to a neck hit.

 

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A couple of headshots,those lead balls dont take prisoners :thumbs:

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Right people as i started this thread it feels my place to upload a picture lol... finally took myself to the local firearms dealer and purchased a black widow on friday morning was out for about 2 hrs and came face to face with a pigeon. A nice clean neck shot i was chuffed .

 

 

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Ive also started to mess about making my own catapults. luckily i came across some old cieling fan fittings (Perfect shape) after attaching the theraband the results were deadly!!

 

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Any advice on elastic/handle size would be great because when i fire the catty if flicks back and doesnt half do some damage to your hand and fingers!

 

thanks

staffy

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