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About ollie391

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    Born Hunter
  • Birthday 19/08/1983

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    Glens of Antrim
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    All types of shooting.

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  1. Happy Sunday everyone!!! I recently edited some more footage from last season on our pheasant syndicate and I just wanted to share it with you. Hope you enjoy: https://youtu.be/zqXnPzHUrZo
  2. I still have a few videos from the past game season to make, time is seriously limited to edit these days. Anyway , this one is from Boxing Day 2017 on our syndicate, a lovely sunny day out in lovely surroundings. Thanks for watching as always
  3. This video has some quality shots, but undoubtedly my favourite shot of the year which was a high hen bird about 50 yards high. To be honest I couldn't believe I brought it down. During the same video I nearly had a cock bird take the head of me and one really distant crow which you can tell in the video with the lead I gave it.
  4. 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
  5. 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.
  6. 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.
  7. 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
  8. 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.
  9. 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.
  10. 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
  11. Thank you, the third bird made it easy for me.
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