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Decoying Wood Pigeon With The Fwb Sport& Hw 100 Kt

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You guessed it lads, I took both the FWB Sport 127 (.22) and the HW 100 kt .177.

 

I started about 10 am with the FWB Sport and by 12 pm I`d shot around 14 or 15 pigeon.

 

Then I thought to swap over to the 100 as presentations were warming up and the mag` and reload of the 100 would be "far superior" over the old fashioned reload.

 

My best mate, Kaiser and myself had a great day out shooting.

 

Wood Pigeon retrieved --- 61, lost to fly and fold -- 9

 

Magtrick - 3 bandits shot one after the other. ( HW 100 mag` in action) :good:

 

Pair of crows - 2 crows shot one after the other, ( HW 100 mag` in action) :good:

 

Here`s the hide view.

 

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Kaiser on a retrieve.

 

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End of the day. :boogie:

 

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atb lads, Mark.

 

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Nice going mate and the folk in those houses would be none the wiser

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Nice going mate and the folk in those houses would be none the wiser

 

Exactly One ! :good:

 

People have taken the huff when I`ve said an air rifle trumps a shot gun on many occasions,- here`s one of them.

 

atb Mark

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Well shot Mark and a perfect situation when the airgun fits in better than the shotgun.

 

I still prefer to take them on the wing but that is just me.

 

Phil

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Well shot Mark and a perfect situation when the airgun fits in better than the shotgun.

 

I still prefer to take them on the wing but that is just me.

 

Phil

 

Thank you Phil.

 

Now don`t shout at me :sorry: - for this !

 

Far more skill, field craft, finesse, good looks, patience, know how, marksmanship,bestest after shave, trigger squeeze, training, practice etc, etc, etc with a sub 12 ft/lbs air rifle than a BOOM! BOOM ! Blow the countryside up - " BOOOOM" ! " Field craft less " blunder buss ! :icon_eek::nono:

 

On the wing ? :hunter: " BOOOOOM" ! :icon_redface::bad:

 

 

 

" only saying like " :laugh: x

 

and just pulling legs, :tongue2:

 

atb Mark

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If you say so old pal ..................................... utter shite but nevertheless, if you say so. :boogy:

 

 

Twat

 

 

Phil

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Sub 12 ft/lbs, in either calibre, used correctly, is far from " utter shite". :angel:

 

atb - with a leg pull or two. :angel: x

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Well mark

That great going mate , bet you couldn't do that with a gat , and of course field craft ,

 

But no really ,--- good stuff

Atb pal

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thats an excellent session mark :thumbs:

hats off for having a plan and sticking to it!

I've never had a woody bag like that and pob never will cos I can't sit still :cray:

your gonna need a bigger bucket/seat :laugh:

 

atb si

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Nice going mate and the folk in those houses would be none the wiser

Exactly One ! :good:

 

People have taken the huff when I`ve said an air rifle trumps a shot gun on many occasions,- here`s one of them.

 

atb Mark

That was my thought when I saw the pictures - the perfect tools for that job :yes:

 

..... Cracking result Mark :good:

 

 

Would you even be allowed to take them on the wing with a shotgun there?

 

Good to see Kaiser working again :thumbs:

..... It got me wondering - has he ever retrieved a decoy? :laugh:

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Nice going mate and the folk in those houses would be none the wiser

Exactly One ! :good:

 

People have taken the huff when I`ve said an air rifle trumps a shot gun on many occasions,- here`s one of them.

 

atb Mark

That was my thought when I saw the pictures - the perfect tools for that job :yes:

 

..... Cracking result Mark :good:

 

 

Would you even be allowed to take them on the wing with a shotgun there?

 

Good to see Kaiser working again :thumbs:

..... It got me wondering - has he ever retrieved a decoy? :laugh:

 

 

When I shoot the paper targets I leave a floppy decoy under the boards.

When the target is used up I send him in for the retrieve,- he loves this.

The reason I train this is because out of so many shots decoying you will get a runner and he`s always on full alert if I give him the call,- " Get him lad !"

 

One peep on my whistle stops him dead in his tracks.

 

Two peeps gives instant re call.

 

atb Mark.

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Great result ,i,d have to take the ants out my pants to sit still for all them ,and Kaiser does it again :thumbs:

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Well shot Mark and a perfect situation when the airgun fits in better than the shotgun.

 

I still prefer to take them on the wing but that is just me.

 

Phil

 

Thank you Phil.

 

Now don`t shout at me :sorry: - for this !

 

Far more skill, field craft, finesse, good looks, patience, know how, marksmanship,bestest after shave, trigger squeeze, training, practice etc, etc, etc with a sub 12 ft/lbs air rifle than a BOOM! BOOM ! Blow the countryside up - " BOOOOM" ! " Field craft less " blunder buss ! :icon_eek::nono:

 

On the wing ? :hunter: " BOOOOOM" ! :icon_redface::bad:

 

 

 

" only saying like " :laugh: x

 

and just pulling legs, :tongue2:

 

atb Mark

 

Nice shooting Mark good bag there mate

 

and ill say it again where is the field craft :tongue2:

 

hope your on about Kaiser when you say good looks :yes:

 

atvbjimmy :thumbs: :thumbs: :thumbs:

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