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  1. I was out on Monday too (video to follow). I got 32 pigeons & 11 crows. Weather was great that day, not so good today!!!
  2. Yeah I think my rotary would be too fast for rooks, my flapper is perfect for crows as it isn't as fast as the ff5 for example. Yeah you just never know when the rotary will work.
  3. Well al how are you keeping? I've got another 2 outings to turn into video, just can't find the time to edit the footage. I do generally get good kills with clay shells, but I must say I keep the ranges sensible. Hope to see a video from you soon. Thanks for watching.
  4. Thanks mate. No there was dead pigeons on the rotary on both occasions as there was pigeons in the area both times. I've always believed that crows on the rotary doesn't work???
  5. Another video; this one is a compilation of some crow shooting over a couple of different days. The bags weren't great, but some nice sport.
  6. All my shooting videos have been recorded on sj cams. Earlier vids on sj1000 & more recent ones on sj4000. Brill cameras & good price. Check out my channel in my signature.
  7. She doesn't get a lot if work now, but the wheat was very thick & my house was just round the corner so I picked her up to give her a run out. Some of the birds were dead 4 hours by the time I got her so she did ok. Was a great shot from my mate, it was 50+ yards at an estimate. Thanks for watching. We get our pheasants this weekend, so the season is approaching again.
  8. Joined both leagues, same name as always Morts Maestros.
  9. Another video from Saturday 30th July 2016. On a field of wheat we managed to bag a few birds between the showers. Ended up with a bag of 34 pigeons & 2 crows.
  10. As the defending champ I will be back in both leagues. Will get my team sorted in the next week or so.
  11. Thanks terry To be honest it's the first time I've ever noticed a good volume of birds on oats/corn, normally better for crows.
  12. Thanks cranfield. Same thing I believe Dave. Farmers in Ireland seem to refer to it as corn.
  13. This video was filmed on 23rd July 2016 in Northern Ireland shooting woodpigeons over crops. We started of on a field of laid barley, however, it was a slow start to the day with only a few birds bagged. After lunch we made our way to a field of corn that was getting hammered by pigeons. A good couple of hours later and some sporting birds were bagged. An enjoyable day with 33 pigeons & a few crows. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=szOobcI0IyA My youtube channel for more videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdXL__oYvbmKo0Ccm-vWRfw Thanks for watching,
  14. Me too. It does everything I need it to do. I downloaded a free trial of powerdirector & I found it complicated, plus when I completed the video it didn't save in hd.
  15. These cameras are awesome, but like others I'm gonna wait & see if they drop in price. I couldn't justify paying that money on a camera at the minute.
  16. Weather certainly improved the quality of the video. The sun has been shining here for about 3 weeks, not like Ireland!!!
  17. Thanks. I know, it's a pity we didn't have the same volume of pigeons. Thanks for watching & thanks for the sub!!!
  18. Good vid lads & great shooting. I can see where some people are coming from; however when I share a hide with any of my mates we have to be on the same wavelength & if we're both shooting at the same time we will never swing across each other. Keep the vids coming.
  19. Total bag of 44 mixed corvids a couple of weeks ago. Total 1330
  20. I'm using 7.5 28g eley Olympic blues. I normally would use 6's for crows but I never had any so I kept the ranges sensible. 1/4 choke in the gun. Thanks for the feedback. I would consider myself average at the shooting & the editing lol. It certainly is, we have some stunning scenery.
  21. Thanks. Yes I enjoyed that high bird as I'm sure you can tell on the video. Cheers for watching I like to do this with the crows, the black shows up quite well so you can see the number. I edited a few misses out because I don't think people like seeing misses. However, I kept the bad misses to show that we all have bad misses. I like to keep the barrel clear of the net as too many times the barrel has got caught. As you can tell it didn't put them off as I kept the barrel relatively still. Thanks, I'm sure the next day they will be a bit more wary.
  22. First video in a while. I got a couple of hours out on a field of drilled spring barley that was attracting the attention of quite a few corvids. They came brave & steady throughout the 2 hour session and was my shooting was decent for the most part. Ended up with 41 mixed corvids, 3 grey crows & 6 feral pigeons. Stay tuned to the end for the bloopers section lol. Please like, comment & subscribe to my channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdXL__oYvbmKo0Ccm-vWRfw Thanks, Ollie
  23. 2nd time in 3 years I am champion 😜😜
  24. Looks good dave. One bit of advice I would give; make sure you leave space to walk between the plants. If you are putting tomatoes in those grow bags at the bottom you will need to get in to pinch the suckers off. I like what you did at the back. The reflective material will be good for growing.
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