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    Small Game Carrying Method

    Vid I did today while out shooting, check it if you want!



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    Last edited by Maine; 05-01-2012 at 12:35 PM.
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    Posted up your vid on Pine Branch Wrestling....I mean the vid above to our YouTube channel Sean.

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    Awesome...bet he was good

    I like the technique though, simple and effective. It also makes ya look like the kid running away from home with his pack on the stick over his shoulder
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    Haha, yeah but some of the Hares(Jack Rabbits) down here get pretty damned big, and carrying 3 of them around can actually be a pain in the ass. The one in the video was a small one, I've seen a few the size of small-medium sized dogs(no kidding, they're HUGE!). I'm planning on setting up in a good spot with some camo and the .308 bolt gun to see if I can shoot the damn thing, and definitely get some pictures of it.

    My mate called bullshit on me when I told him, and when we went out once I pointed one out to him in the middle of a paddock. He said "That's just a big-ass rock", so I fired a bird-shot round into the air and it took off hahaha. He was jumping about on the spot going "HOLY SHIT, HOLY SHIT!" Haha.
    They're pretty ellusive and I can never get anywhere near the damned things, and I don't want to shoot one at 80m with a .22LR, it'll just run off and die slowly. The first Hare I shot took 9 freaking rounds of .22LR, 8th was in the back knee, so it finally stopped running, and the 9th was the head. I skinned it out and it was full of holes, a really big old male(Hence why I don't want to try half-assing it).

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