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Hunting / Re: last days of summer
« on: March 07, 2019, 10:07:23 PM »
You live on Paradise mike....

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Hunting / Re: The last kill with 45cal cattle slayer
« on: February 22, 2019, 09:56:37 PM »
I think Deer is easiest to shot compared to rabbit,deer got big kill zone area.you don't  need precision gun,just accurate enough to make grouping size of Dissert plate,some hunter said even size of A4 paper.

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Hunting / Re: The last kill with 45cal cattle slayer
« on: February 21, 2019, 06:41:34 PM »
Cheers mike for that awesome information,that stag got double lung holes,the 143gr ball fly at 700fps stopped by stag shoulder blade.

For Novagun the recoil this pistol similar to 9mm handgun some people said.

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Hunting / Re: The last kill with 45cal cattle slayer
« on: February 14, 2019, 06:12:53 PM »
Nicely done Hidayat. If you feel your not as steady free hand, just adapt. No shame in resting or putting on a stock.
Time and work pays it's toll on our bodies, so we need to alter the way we do things.

I wonder if the crosman carbine stocks will fit. Don't see why not, so could be an option.

Cheers Pauly5,after reading mike comment I think will keep that pistol with those beautiful wooden grips   ;)

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Hunting / Re: The last kill with 45cal cattle slayer
« on: February 14, 2019, 06:08:35 PM »
Well you got the whole picture Hidayat.
On the other side of the fence a stock on a pistol is an aid to accuracy and a fun novelty way of shooting.
The shoulder stock can be made so that is is easy to take off so you can use the pistol with or without.

Cheers Nova,I think i need change that title to "the latest kill"

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Hunting / Re: The last kill with 45cal cattle slayer
« on: February 14, 2019, 06:05:19 PM »
Quote from: Dvlnme 
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i been hunting and shooting handguns for allmost 40 years mate,nothing gay bout using a rest to steady
 and hold gun,i got arthritus in fingers of both hands from many years working outside in all weathers
 prob very simialler to you,thats never guna stop me using a handgun for any purpose and no reason should stop you either,that deer would been long shot even with an accurate 44 mag and i done my share off
 shooting 44 and other handguns,i would been proud pull that shot off as you did with a 44 mag revolver
 as relistically that shot was right at practical and ethical limit even for the magnum in fact i wouldnt have taken it without a very steady rest and scoped gun,you just need do as i have done pass up the longer
 shots and just get closer,think bout it the 44mag lot more powerful than your pistol yet you put bullet in
 right place mate and the gun did the job,thats a credit to you,not a valid reason to quit,some thing you have got very good at,hell lot shooters use shooting sticks with a rifle so no shame in using them with a
 handgun,there nothing macho bout taking only free hand shots with a handgun,truth is thats for idiots and the movies mate.
 cheers mike

Thank you so much mike...really appreciate your comments & advice. I do want let go that stag but my freezer near empty.I done hundreds hour shooting that pistol,shooting milk jug 100+ yards no problem. That stag grazing in the middle of paddock & no hide anymore between me and stag. I laser it 107yards & pull the shot.

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Hunting / Re: The last kill with 45cal cattle slayer
« on: February 11, 2019, 09:53:54 AM »
Hi Nova this pistol never for sale & i never thinking to sell it.

This is last kill with this pistol configuration.after 12 years milking cows my hand start feel funny,i cant hold the pistol steady like used to be,i'm planing to put stock so becoming carbine,maybe i'm getting old now.

I shot this stag from 107yards using shooting stick for resting my pistol,he run about 200yards from where i shot,i'm very nervous i tough just wounding him but then he stop wobbly and drop expired,i feel like the happiest man on the earth that day.But i feel like gay shooting pistol with shooting stick,pretty sure Wingman will call me gay too,i'm not gay i got wife & 3 kids.That's why i'm thinking to change this pistol in to carbine.


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Hunting / The last kill with 45cal cattle slayer
« on: February 09, 2019, 07:15:57 PM »
I feel this is the last kill with this pistol 

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Hunting / Re: New member
« on: January 28, 2019, 07:22:02 PM »
Nice kill Robo....thanks for sharing the photo

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Hunting / Re: Summer plinking
« on: December 17, 2018, 05:23:25 PM »
Hahaha, cheers bro ;D

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Hunting / Summer plinking
« on: December 17, 2018, 07:39:13 AM »
Seem like everyone talk about pistol,target shooting, so the other day I give this old pistol exercises. It's only 390fps when they are brand new 20+ year's ago  ;D, this is 15-25m target shooting,they are just nice n fun bird for target shooting, no need mucken around reset the target, they are everywhere,just like auto reset target   ;)

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Hunting / Re: Mr and Mrs Magpie 2
« on: December 02, 2018, 01:08:46 PM »
Cheers team,its been busy making silage & bailage recently. Its not bad looking gun I got it from H&F store 6 years ago same age with the nzairgun.com forum.

After 4+years shoting hundreds rabbits & posums it broke the main spring, so I sent it to youngs AG and bring her life back.

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Pictures of Your Airgun / Re: i haven't given her name yet
« on: December 02, 2018, 12:57:28 PM »
I reckon that's perfect name,because he is from India, something easy to remember & popular, and I likes curry ;)

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Hunting / Re: Mr and Mrs Magpie 2
« on: November 21, 2018, 04:55:57 PM »
Thanks team...,those couple is just coming few weeks ago,and start chasing my pet  Falcon usually playing around the house,I love falcon &Hawks they help farmer controlling rabbit population, but when the bastard magpies coming they scare & moving somewhere.

Actually I really want take that shot from 100+yards that's my goal shoting with spriger,bit ambitious but pretty sure it can be done one day   ;D, This Chinese spriger is pretty accurate in my hand, after I chop the barrel from 18" now only 11.5" it change the diet,usually I feed her with H&N ftt,now she like barracuda better. Maybe something to do with barrel length.

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Hunting / Mr and Mrs Magpie 2
« on: November 19, 2018, 05:09:19 PM »
Shot this magpies 93yards from my wood shed using my Chinese side lever 22cal pushing 21gr barracuda,with Nikko scope from Mike member this forum  ;), shot 1st on the right I think is female & the male busy looking what's going on with the girlfriend & I sent him 21gr lead souvenir in the chest, and all done.

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