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Crows in summer


David.Evans
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Some nice shooting and good presentation, well done.
I don't know how easy it is to mix real time and slow motion in a video, but sometimes slow motion doesn't reflect the skill and speed of your shooting.
Slow motion can make it look as though you could kill it with a shovel.🙂
 

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49 minutes ago, David.Evans said:

Yep JKD 

I can do that mate , my cocker is made for it , doing the editing make take some time tho 😂

atb 

Cheers David, that would be appreciated, by all viewers methinks 😉 Re the editing,,,, there's definitely no rush. I always think a good all-round view of the session is way better than just the kill-shots,,,, a bit of "ambiance" as someone once said 😄

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Hi, great video and sport, love the dogs enthusiasm, my springer would retrieve crows no problem, she quickly learned that the beak was dangerous and would always grab them by the back of the neck, sadly she passed many years ago so I do all the retrieves myself now.

Can I ask what cartridges you are using on the crows, I know your shots were well placed but I often hit crows which refuse to drop even though they are hit very hard, or will go 100 yards down wind before giving up, leaving me a lot of walking to clean up.

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31 minutes ago, lakeside1000 said:

 

Can I ask what cartridges you are using on the crows, I know your shots were well placed but I often hit crows which refuse to drop even though they are hit very hard, or will go 100 yards down wind before giving up, leaving me a lot of walking to clean up.

If you shoot ‘em in the head, the a**e dies by itself.

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