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    First time at self filming me shooting a muntjac buck

    Out in my hide again this morning .

    Shot a muntjac doe at less than 20 yards. Dragged her back to the hide and then this buck appeared. I was on my own but had my video camera and tripod, so I managed to self film the events.

    Please please before anyone jumps on me regarding head shooting, I am confident with mine and my rifles abilities, the deer was just 87 yards away and I had a good solid rest.



    Cheers
    Last edited by 270Buck; 09-03-2014 at 15:21.

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    Nice video, cheers for sharing good job on filming and shooting too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by stalker.308 View Post
    Nice video, cheers for sharing good job on filming and shooting too!
    Cheers mate.

    It will hopefully be the first of many. Just need to sharpen up my editing skills now.

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    Whilst I have no problem with head shooting at the ranges that you say, leaving your rifle behind when you check on your animal is not recommended.
    But a good shot none the less
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    Quote Originally Posted by teyhan1 View Post
    Whilst I have no problem with head shooting at the ranges that you say, leaving your rifle behind when you check on your animal is not recommended.
    But a good shot none the less
    Fair comment I suppose?

    What you would have not seen was the fact that I had already walked rifle in hand up to the animal, it was quite clearly dead.

    I then went back to my hide and started the camera rolling, with hindsight I should have carried my rifle again to show "best practise" but as I knew it was dead I did not see the need. Next time I will make sure I film the obvious.

    Thanks for your comment, nonetheless.

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    Congrats on the muntjac!

    It's a real challenge trying to film and shoot, well done!
    Jonathan

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    good video,enjoyed it

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    Enjoyed that, thanks for sharing!


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    It gets a ten from Len
    Regards pete

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