Went back out last night after fathers day success.As i was driving up to farm about half way their 20min driving i was thinking the night ahead thru, **** left battery at homeStrike 1
All the way home to collect now 50 min late, getting dark. I like to sit last hour of daylight over carcass in case anything comes in early.
Finally arrived at farm pulls in, light on roof,gun out bolt in mag in sorted.I usually stop about 70 yards from first gate nice long bend as I've seen foxes in field last few visits,running late getting dark no time drive right up**** 2 foxes forty yards from gate only to see them disappearStrike 2
Finally arrived at field decide to lie out instead of sitting in car,all set up about 30 feet above carcass 70 yards below perfect,coffee poured now waiting game.Never caught that dark, could have shot all night without light.
Three hours later daylight coming in 3am,here comes Mr fox finally cross hair's on safety off click nothing misfire no never had one with my 22.250,fox looks up sucker see you later i,m off.Open bolt ****no round inStrike3
Sitting for another half hour cursing to my self about the disaster of the night,won't come back now,just as i was ready to sit up in she came again very wary didn't give her a second chance down she went,teats full with milk not much baldness so must be young cubs good one to get. So it goes to show doesn't matter how bad your night goes never give up.