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Lamb Protection With A 223 Rifle


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14 minutes ago, ditchman said:

very professional and with a good reason..........dont like killing without good reason.......could watch that all day.........im seriously impressed

Thanks Ditchman them crows had pecked at two lambs the day before i have the pictures they are a mess, with age i to will only shoot animals if its for a reason.

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46 minutes ago, simon6ppc said:

Lol thanks Dougie i had problems trying to post pictures a while back as they were always to large so i kind of give up posting but i just worked out today how to post vids so i am back now you be sick of seeing me soon lol

Yes really need to do some more. 

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Really fantastic shooting SIMON I wrote your name in capitals because you deserve it mate ,that was good shooting as said on here top job very professional and Thanks for letting us see it.

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22 minutes ago, Morkin said:

Really fantastic shooting SIMON I wrote your name in capitals because you deserve it mate ,that was good shooting as said on here top job very professional and Thanks for letting us see it.

Thanks a lot pal very much appreciated 

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7 hours ago, old man said:

Superbly controlled shooting Simon, out of interest what bullet/powder combination do you use?

Thanks old chap, ye its a 223  8 twist with a 24 inch barrel i use 69 grain TMKs loaded with 25 grains of vit 140 with a 10 thou jump...this load can almost shoot .25 inch groups at 120 yards when i shape my self..

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On 07/04/2021 at 16:32, simon6ppc said:

Thanks old chap, ye its a 223  8 twist with a 24 inch barrel i use 69 grain TMKs loaded with 25 grains of vit 140 with a 10 thou jump...this load can almost shoot .25 inch groups at 120 yards when i shape my self..

Thanks Simon, always useful to know load information. What scope?

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4 hours ago, old man said:

Thanks Simon, always useful to know load information. What scope?

Its a Swarovski pal 6/24/50 the old Habitach i think that's how you spell it been a cracking scope

22 hours ago, Shufti said:

Very impressive!

Thanks for posting.

Thanks Shufti 

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On 09/04/2021 at 16:04, NoBodyImportant said:

Great shooting and video skills!  Beautiful landscape also.   Reminds me of the Kansas territory except you have sign of human life where Kansas is barren.  

Thanks pal

On 09/04/2021 at 08:59, reggiegun said:

Nice one Simon, still not as good as your old 22-250

lol its not just as much Grunt pal but its damn ACCURATE 

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