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  • Painless myna dispatch

    This guy felt no pain he didn't budge death was instant right where he stood.
    25m shot with 177 mrod using premium hollowpoints


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  • #2
    nice!

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    • Guest's Avatar
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      Good Shooting, that is the correct way to do it!

  • #3
    Good job 1 less

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    • grmkc
      grmkc commented
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      Aren't those hollow points just wicked up to 25m. I've just been using wadcutters so there's no pass throughs.

      Job well done, young fella.

  • #4
    Excellent example of humane destruction of a feral species.

    Well done.

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    • marty
      marty commented
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      yeeer....i love it...
      only good Indian myna is a dead one

  • #5
    I saw 2 of those things in my back yard this morning. Time for the Windy City to earn it's keep.

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      Yes get in before they breed up!

      To change the topic slightly, are people still having success with the calls? And if trapping, any new ideas or best baits?

    • glidagida
      glidagida commented
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      Originally posted by Movealongnothingtoseehere" post=84177
      I saw 2 of those things in my back yard this morning. Time for the Windy City to earn it's keep.
      Hi Movealong etc

      Just wondering what you think of the Windy City? Thinking of a 9mm…..
      Cheers

  • #6
    OK, this was pretty painless - 46gn pellet at 870 fps. Ever since I read Robert Ruark's 'Use Enough Gun' I have been a big bore fan. He was number 31 at my place - buggers are eating my oranges now.

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    • Mr.x
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      Good to see em ventilated ! There wise lil buggers if ya miss they won't come anywhere near ya for a while.

  • #7
    I love my windy City, but it hasen't seen much use lately

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