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    Dundee Yards

    Righto you un believers. For the new members I'm 5'4 ad weigh fuck all.Served in the NZDF at a young age and have been shooting ever since.

    My trusty .22lr rifle has been getting shit from the original members....... Eat this!!

    Spotted a hare under the hedge.

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    Got the "Redfield 600" rangefinder out. This has been calibrated at H&F with other brands when our mate @Neckshot worked there.

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    Bo waiting for the shot

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    One shot fired command given to go fetch!

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    To pull shots off like this you need ,stirling .22 model14p and a red field range finder and Bo if you don't want to walk to far.

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    Happy dog but puffed after that run.

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    Geeze you need a scope to see that? You disappoint me, was the grass to long? Good shooting DD, which eye?
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    Boom, cough,cough,cough

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    the wonders of trick photography
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dundee View Post
    Righto you un believers. For the new members I'm 5'4 ad weigh fuck all.Served in the NZDF at a young age and have been shooting ever since.

    My trusty .22lr rifle has been getting shit from the original members....... Eat this!!

    Spotted a hare under the hedge.

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    Zoomed in as far as my Sony pocket camera can.

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    Got the "Redfield 600" rangefinder out. This has been calibrated at H&F with other brands when our mate @Neckshot worked there.

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    Bo waiting for the shot

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    One shot fired command given to go fetch!

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    To pull shots off like this you need ,stirling .22 model14p and a red field range finder and Bo if you don't want to walk to far.

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    Happy dog but puffed after that run.

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    That's a really well used Stirling 14p.

    I smell tomato sauce on that photo.
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    I told you I believed you. Damn good shot
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    Quad tracks across the paddock from hedge to where bike is parked.....pic showing quad facing wrong way?
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    Close up on the rangefinder looks to me like 19.3yds...... but I have been wrong once before.
    Still a great shot though
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    That hare got shot in the rear leg ( traces of blood)and your dog was running after it to finish it a 193 m away? ;-)
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    Stirlings have always shot well, even when as well looked after as yours!
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    I like that you drove that much further away to give it a sporting chance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Max Headroom View Post
    That's a really well abused Stirling 14p.

    I smell tomato sauce on that photo.
    Fixed it for ya.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gadgetman View Post
    Fixed it for ya.
    Thanks. That 14p is a survivor.
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    Nice work @Dundee give Bo an extra biscuit for that one
    How’s he doing retrieving at such distances? Do you use hand signals?
    You must do! This for you unbelievers is why the bike is facing the wrong way. He stated at the start of the article that he’s only 5’4!
    In the set up for the shot he has already anticipated that his marksmanship might bring results and would need to stand on the back of the bike so that the dog would be able to see his hand signals to finish the retrieve
    Also any good farmers worth there salt would never drive across a paddock as it fecks up the grass which you need to produce milk so that you can bye quality firearms to take out the grass munchers that should not be their!
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    Quote Originally Posted by oraki View Post
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    Close up on the rangefinder looks to me like 19.3yds...... but I have been wrong once before.
    Still a great shot though
    Seems fairly conclusive evidence to me Oraki.
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