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    Quote Originally Posted by XR500 View Post
    Possums have similarly low scruples. Often found cyanided possums that had been shagged, then old hero had a sniff of the bait and biff! down he goes as well. Best haul was 5 possums (on a corner of a bunch of territorially marked trees). All but the top one had fur and spoof all over the place. Grubby bastards.
    And a heap of ruined skins. Annoying when you get a nice big doe that has been half plucked by a buck once dead.
    Overkill is still dead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XR500 View Post
    Possums have similarly low scruples. Often found cyanided possums that had been shagged, then old hero had a sniff of the bait and biff! down he goes as well. Best haul was 5 possums (on a corner of a bunch of territorially marked trees). All but the top one had fur and spoof all over the place. Grubby bastards.
    Had the same thing when I was poisoning , but then what else do you expect from aussies .
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    necrophilia
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    I couldn't stop laughing after watching this last night it really made my day.

    I showed a couple of guys at work today and they pissed themselves laughing.

    One of the best videos ever posted.

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    When hunting think safety first

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    Quote Originally Posted by 7mm Rem Mag View Post
    I couldn't stop laughing after watching this last night it really made my day.

    I showed a couple of guys at work today and they pissed themselves laughing.

    One of the best videos ever posted.

    Thanks very much mate.
    I thought it was pretty funny myself lol
    Was a shame I missed some of it but it edited up alright
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    Happened with magpies once, shot the female while she was mounted the dude on top didn't miss a stroke.Shot him and the next in line hopped on,gave him the same medicine and number 3 inline hopped on for the same.Laughed so hard couldn't hold steady on the plover that was watching the show.
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    With rabbits, used to shoot the doe out from under the buck, they find it fairly confusing, that mums no longer responsive. Had a weak old daisy air rifle, we had a fort with port hole, when the ram was in with the ewes, we would wait for the old Romney to Mount and wack him in the nuts, the ewes used to smile! Also gang rape, when I had my “lifestyle” I had a weak old ewe, couldn’t take the weight of a ram. Two rams held her while a 3rd ram mounted, never seen it again.
    Boom, cough,cough,cough

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    You miserable bugger,couldnt even let him finish.lols.Up rakaia few yrs ago,watched about 20 hares in a big group,chasing does around.Fluff and grass flying,horny buggers.I wasnt going to ruin their day with the 308.
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    Had the same with turkeys, shot one then shoot the next one as it was humping dead mate!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Noswal View Post
    https://youtu.be/6InMzOIo9iU
    Spring hare in South Canterbury with an overwhelming urge to fornicate and very little regard for self preservation.
    Hardly see any hares up here, not many rabbits either

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noswal View Post
    https://youtu.be/6InMzOIo9iU
    Spring hare in South Canterbury with an overwhelming urge to fornicate and very little regard for self preservation.
    What type of tree is that in the background? Around 1:00 - gnarly old thing.
    "I would rather suffer under imperfect freedom, than languish under perfect control".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan View Post
    What type of tree is that in the background? Around 1:00 - gnarly old thing.
    It’s just an old willow mate. Good for stuff all but blocking waterways.
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