Crow sniping at 93 yards (video)

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  1. Egyptian sniper

    Egyptian sniper Active Member

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    I hate crows. They attack fruit trees and damage fruits in Egypt , my county , so I used to hunt crows , I love this job. this is one of my crow hunting videos in this year by Diana 54 , Gamo scope 4X32 , JSP pellets. Distance was 93 yards .
     
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    ShtrRdy Well-Known Member

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    Very impressive! You are a good shot. I have a Diana 34 Breakbarrel air rifle and I can not shoot it very well.
     
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    Dom Active Member

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    Nice shot, well done. Was that a Nebelkraehe, I think Hooded Crow in English. Saw tons of them in Bosnia and also some in Germany.
     
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  4. Egyptian sniper

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    Thanks sir, in fact diana 54 is the best. You may also like this video:


    Thanks , in Egypt we can see all kinds of crows.
     
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    Finish this sentence: A good crow... is a_______ crow.
     
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  6. Egyptian sniper

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    This means it falls instantly:)
     
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  7. crkckr

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    I used to shoot crows but had an "experience" while deer þbhunting in Arizona. I watched a crow fly up a valley, squawking madly. When he got to the highest end, he (she?) turned around and flew back, into the slight wind. When he got to the other end (where I was standing, watching) he pulled up abruptly, folded one wing against his body and did what we aerobatic pilots call an "aileron roll." I was stunned, having never seen this type of behavior with any bird. He flew up and down the valley a half a dozen times, and on each pass he did the roll almost directly over my head, squawking madly. I, of course, did not have a camera with me. It's the first time I've ever seen any bird actually enjoying the fact that they can fly! Since that time I have just not been able to bring myself to shoot them since I too, enjoy flying and aerobatics. I understand why others don't want them around but I just can't bring myself to kill them. I guess I'm just an old softie!
    Cheers,
    crkckr
     
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  8. lowoncash

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    Nice shooting. Makes me embarrassed when I miss the close shots but my pellet rifle isn’t anywhere near as good.
    Let’s just not talk about my shooting......
     
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  9. Egyptian sniper

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    I think you sympathized with the crow, and you felt that he was happy with his life like humans, I passed a similar situation with a dove, and I have documented the situation in this video :
     
  10. Egyptian sniper

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    Pellet rifle just needs some experience to become wonderful and effective in hunting. Why do not you want to talk about your shooting?