HuntersVermin: I guess its possible if the pellet hit an artery but i doubt it.
Scono Sciuto: ok grazie della risposta.Quì in italia non ho modo di provarlo, ma sembra
un buon prodotto e penso di acquistarlo.Continua i video sono okkkkkk.
Davy Thom: What size, type & model is that scope you are using? and at what cost?
IUHGRJT: Hi hv love your vids mate i.ve just purchased an ns 50 and using it on a
niko stirling with the lrx reticle it looks like your using same reticle
there,any problems as im struggling making it out in the screen?wot do you
think of the mtc mamba lite?that looks as though id have more joy,any
thoughts most welcome keep the vids coming.ATB
phil mcd: He is 10 years old and hit the target 4times in a row from around 35 yards
remyd1984: What shooting sticks do you use? Are they adjustable? Cheers remyd ps keep
HuntersVermin: Thank you glad you enjoyed the vid.
HuntersVermin: Thank you very much for watching.
bollokchop: Another superb video matey! a true professional and a credit to airgun
hunting thanks for the uploads and keep em coming :)
dixon101101: what should i get a crosman pumpmaster 760 or a daisy powerline 880
HuntersVermin: Thank you, i wasn't sure about the narration at the start but find its the
best way of explaining why and what i am doing.
Airgun Hunter: you DIY vids are amazing and i have liked everyone of them. could you post
more vids like that. i an new to hunting with air rifles and have a meteor
mk7, is that good. many thanks
The07harris: Can a 177. Caliber air rifle Kill pests like this or does it depend on the
HuntersVermin: Its an old Tasco 4.5-18x50 AO Big Horn but its no longer made.
phil mcd: Another great vid David keep up the great work also could you have a look
at a vid I have posted of my son shooting his new hatsan
HuntersVermin: You can see the rabbits eyes at long distances and i was taking head shots
from about 22 to 45 yards with the NS200 model. But try before you buy if
you can, i had a try with one at the Midlands game fair.
TheRapidRatAssasin: Thx David,im going to attempt knocking up a DIY rifle rest following your
guidelines in AIRGUN SHOOTER,with a little more timber im going to
incorporate a tray into the design for holding allen keys,cleaning
materials,pull thru etc,at least im going to attempt to do it that
shootsportshot: if your under 14 then if you go onto land thats not yours and have
permission legally you need an adult with you and you can be any age to own
one but your going to be in trouble if anything gos wrong and your over 14
11ste999: Love it
HuntersVermin: Thank you very much.
robert mckay: Nothing beats shooting a few rats with the air rifle keep up the good work.
Got your DVD the other day watched it twice already my son loves it.
HuntersVermin: Thanks, the light on my face didn't seem to put the rabbits off too much
but like a lamping beam if you use if too often they will learn quickly.
Airgun Hunter: can you please put some more DIY vids because they really help me. many
SuperEddism: Cheers :)
HuntersVermin: Thank you very much for the nice comment.
lilvfr400boy: @huntersvermin, hi Mr James please can I have some advice, iv been
rabbiting for a good year now and haven't until now shot any rabbit that
was pregnant. Today milk poured out when skinning, please could I have some
advice on sexing through the scope or maybe a word on ethics of this
happening as I only do it for food every now and again. Thanks again for
HuntersVermin: Any caliber .25, .22, .20, .177 will kill rabbit sized game cleanly with a
well placed shot in the kill zone from a 12ft/lb air rifle, but you have to
be able to hit that kill zone confidently.
HuntersVermin: Yes i was thinking of doing that in a place to get the rats out into the
open away from the livestock for a safe shot.
HuntersVermin: There is an AV out socket on the Nitesite which you can connect to a
HuntersVermin: Yes at 360m/s it should be more than enough power for hunting rabbits.
HuntersVermin: You would be better off with an air rifle firing pellets at around 12ft/lb
or 780fps in .177cal or 560fps in .22cal.
Scono Sciuto: ok, do you think is a good night vision, up to what distance you can see a
rabbit? why would I aquistarlo well but I would not take a rip-off!!
HuntersVermin: Thanks so do a lot of farmers.
KampfDackel97: I´m from Germany and I´ve got a question. Shouldt I buy the Diana 460
Magnum (1100 fps, 400 Euro) for hunting sparrows, rabbits, pigeons and
TheRapidRatAssasin: Belated thanks for reply to comment regarding thr LRX reticle,i adjusted
the focus ring inside the camera mod and played around with the adaptor
sleeve and eventually got there.
Morgan Sawyer: what is your other job
RageForSeven: i really like your philosophical approach to hunting vermin and alike : a
good clean kill, even if it is a rat. great lesson and as always surgical
HuntersVermin: There are air rifles that can produce the 11.5ft/lb of power for hunting
for around £100 like the Webley Value Max, and there are a few available in
a combo deal with rifle scope mounts etc all in the deal like the Stoeger
xs20s for around the £200-£300 mark.
HuntersVermin: It really depends on how much you want to spend but a good spring gun will
keep things simple and cheaper like the HW 95k.
HuntersVermin: Thank you.
HuntersVermin: If that's the one you like then go ahead as at 1100fps it is more than
powerful enough for it.
freaky: Ggggg%gggggggg% just trágico
HuntersVermin: I have shot the HW100 and think its a great air rifle.
Morgan Sawyer: how much money is the nitesite
HuntersVermin: Thank you.
Nev36: Another great vid great shooting.
HuntersVermin: Thank you.
ilovenorwichcity: How do you manage to find so much to shoot?? I live in the middle of the
suffolk countryside and the only things here are pheasants.
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