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Never mastered chinning, always stretched their necks and I don't have to take them from the net either. Not a properly made net anyway.

Get someone to show you how to chin.... :thumbs:

 

You'll never look back fella :yes:

 

 

Chinning or Chopping if you do it right they're both effective imo.

 

 

Chopping? Are you for real??

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Never mastered chinning, always stretched their necks and I don't have to take them from the net either. Not a properly made net anyway.

Get someone to show you how to chin.... :thumbs:

 

You'll never look back fella :yes:

 

 

Chinning or Chopping if you do it right they're both effective imo.

 

 

Chopping? Are you for real??

 

Yeh I'm for real.....why?

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I can do lots of things one handed.............. :lol:

Deleting threads and banning folk included......... :laugh:

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I can do lots of things one handed.............. :lol:

Deleting threads and banning folk included......... :laugh:

 

If you say so :thumbs:

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Never mastered chinning, always stretched their necks and I don't have to take them from the net either. Not a properly made net anyway.

Get someone to show you how to chin.... :thumbs:

 

You'll never look back fella :yes:

 

Chinning or Chopping if you do it right they're both effective imo.

 

Have to agree with you there Johnny, "if you do it right they're both effective" :thumbs: . But, the margin for error with a chop is far greater than chinning or stretching for obvious reasons. And for that reason alone I would not recommend anyone chopping a rabbit.

 

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Bloke would of been told to go f**k himself. That's the be all and end all.

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at the end of the day any humane and quick dispatch of any quarry whether that be fur or feather is a basic skill that should be learned if your hunting the said quarry because karate chops /priests etc dont do the quarry or hunting any favours if not carried out correctly

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Bloke would of been told to go f**k himself. That's the be all and end all.

agreed i would of said the same

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ironically, the rabbits i sell this bloke are skinned and dressed anyway, so he has no way of knowing if they are shot........... :whistling:

 

bloke i know has a reaaly unusual way of killing in the net, he brabs one hand right round the neck and the other round the head, then twists them opposite ways just like a chinese burn, strange to watch, but very effective

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Never mastered chinning, always stretched their necks and I don't have to take them from the net either. Not a properly made net anyway.

Get someone to show you how to chin.... :thumbs:

 

You'll never look back fella :yes:

 

Chinning or Chopping if you do it right they're both effective imo.

 

Have to agree with you there Johnny, "if you do it right they're both effective" :thumbs: . But, the margin for error with a chop is far greater than chinning or stretching for obvious reasons. And for that reason alone I would not recommend anyone chopping a rabbit.

 

TC

 

Margin for error? C'mon Al real life isn't NVQ Level 5:2a despatch of wild animals mun. :D

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I've tried them all and a stun to the head stops movement the quickest, that or chinning. Necking can cause problems with nets and I don't think it's right to have a couple of goes at the old Karate chop business :icon_eek:.

I find that chinning as necking does, sometimes causes trauma/bruising to the shoulder area, where as the priest limits this.

Any way I will give chinning more of a go as people seem sure about the method.

Cheers, never to old to learn :laugh:.

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