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Thread: What little pesties did you bowl over today?

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    Hummed this plover this arvo...



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    Quote Originally Posted by tiroatedson View Post
    Hummed this plover this arvo...



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    May you hum many more. Those bloody things are worse than Magpies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rushy View Post
    May you hum many more. Those bloody things are worse than Magpies.
    Oh I have being, just don't put many pics up on this site..


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    Out in the sun yesterday keeping the local goats in check. One for us and a couple for the dog. It might be on a "farm" but damn they still make me work for it.Name:  20180310_164942.jpg
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    Quick walk around home after dinner with the new toy. Good result. The neighbour's will be pleased, we've got plenty of rabbits around here the gardens are getting a hard time.
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    The rifle is an Air Arms S300 pcp in .22. Great trigger and very accurate but really heavy.
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    Couldn't get this one to go into a cage trap with an apple been trying for a while.

    One night with a leg trap and flour blaze was all it took tho only just.

    A good advert for the bushmaster !!!

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    and if he had kept his toenails trimmed he would be alive today.
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    Hahaha wont catch you by a fingernail aye Kukuwai.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BeeMan View Post
    Hahaha wont catch you by a fingernail aye Kukuwai.
    No Chance !! hahaha

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    One by the thumb Name:  Picture 055.jpg
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    Geez that's cute, it's like you guy's get these things to model for the photo.....how come all my shit's dead when I get a photoName:  DSC_0012.JPG
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    No Photo's sorry, but a local rural school had their annual "Hare" hunt the past weekend. Basically any farm pest counter as a point. A mate of mine we hunted a farm with his borthers.
    Unfortunately they didn't advertise the event much this year, with all the negativity around "animal death"/ pest control and schools at the moment.

    We ended up with 54 Hare's, 3 Possums, 1 Magpie, 10 Rabbits, 6 Turkeys. 75 pests in total.

    One farmer culled 52 Turkeys out of a couple giant Oaks side by side where they were roosting. No prizes for us though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by viper View Post
    Geez that's cute, it's like you guy's get these things to model for the photo.....how come all my shit's dead when I get a photoAttachment 84225
    because you give them a lead injection before you take a photo.just put out a saucer of milk for the nice kitty next time to get the nice photo then give them their inoculation.
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    A couple of pesties given a kiss with the 260Name:  IMG_2683.JPG
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    nice shooting I think I need lessons, mate and I missed the same deer at 40m this morning .packed up and left in disgust.

 

 

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