Augusto Tormena Neto: A sequência final foi massa.
Ray Hart: Just wondering you know anything on the browning t bolt .22 rimfire ! How
good or not ? Thanks
irishpigeonshooters: We use Eley Subs, its very good ammo. Very quiet and accurate....
irishpigeonshooters: @LUKEAUZIE9631 We use a Hawke Sport HD 3-9x50, but its rubbish!!! It does
the job but doesn't hold a zero, so you have to line it up every time we go
out! I'm just saving up to get the new Nikon Prostaff Rimfire scope at the
irishpigeonshooters: We are using Eley 40gr subsonic ammo..
monsen73: Kill #4 is not a shot you should take. You barely saw the game in the tall
grass. I doubt that one was eatable after. No matter what you hunt, you
Jack Merton: what ammo did you use? good shooting
thomaselgarsmith: good hat trick at the end
PLEDGEY: @irishpigeonshooters I like your vids, gave you a sub. See your after a new
scope. Check out MTC scopes. I bought a mamba lite and it's brilliant. It's
been on my 452 for 6 months now and was only zeroed when it was put on. I
got it to use with my Archer N/V. It came with metal flip covers, side
wheel for the parallax....i love it.
Tom Hanks: You must be a brit- I wish we had that many bunnies here in Canada. Though
I guess we get bears but ahh well....After watching that Im even more
stoked for my 452 FS to come in. Nice shots- you know the poor buggers dont
suffer much when they do a bloody backflip. What ammo is that?
hannah turner: this is so sad who would want to KILL RABBITS U JACKHOLEs!!! :(
irishpigeonshooters: Harmless ???? Rabbits in the pet store are harmless. Rabbits in the wild
cause a serious amout of damage on agricultural land to farmers. (and they
are yummy)...(nom nom nom) Lol
Raymond J Wissing: very good shot and killed nice shot
Chris Taylor: Very good shooting, to the one dislike of this footage, does your nurse
know your not on the ward ?
irishpigeonshooters: @thomaselgarsmith Cheers, unfortuantely the quality wasnt very good (our
camcorder battery was dead), and some of the footage had to be filmed from
Mateogon: lol 3:10 it exploded
irishpigeonshooters: First of all how do you think meat ends up in the supermarket. Do you think
that animals just roll over and die when the shelves become empty. All of
our shots are headshots and what we don't eat ourselves go to a game dealer
for processing. Secondly despite what you may think the animal does not
suffer. We would rather not take the shot at all than risk hitting them in
the body and causing a slow death. There is enough warnings on this video
so WHY did you watch it just to complain about it.
Raymond J Wissing: i am not complanning very good shot video very cool pest rabbit and eating
irishpigeonshooters: @wubaru Thanks, we were glad we got it on film!
guerrierodelgiaguaro: Congratulations Comrade!
tskfrcdgr: you a bitch, african american
Christian Valesko: nice shot
Kevin Koala: idk people who want to eat and who believe they should only eat what they
hunt not packedged prosessed food, people eat EVERYTHING and rabbits are
just another wild animal.
Remz: What do u do with em after u killed them eat them or saink wtf
Paul JH: Excellent shooting.
Ray Hart: Nice shooting guys ! Can a ask what ammo you using for the 22 lr ! Thanks
Jane Shon: WHAT THE HECK WHY DO PEOPLE KILL RABBITS WHEN THERE HARMLESS
MrDancbr600: Nice video, I have a cz .22 also. That last three was great lol. Good job
TaliskerLaphroaig: We don't have rabbits in that number around here anymore. The hawks, owls,
foxes, coyotes, wolves and cougars have almost eradicated them. I shoot
prairie dogs with my CZ 452, to beyond 200 yards. My Burris Timberline
4.5-14x32mm ballistic reticle scope never shifts zero and the zero stays
fixed while zooming. Of course, gamebirds are a much easier target with the
CZ 452 than my Browning 12 gauge shotgun. Saw a cougar paw print the other
day that was wider than my hand, but saw no rabbits.
L.Shep: nice shoot man ! what scope do you use?
irishpigeonshooters: Yeah exactly, They are a nuisance to this particular piece of land and what
we don't eat ourselves go's to the game dealer, Cheers