Crow hunting in Scotland.

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  1. goosehunter2118

    goosehunter2118 Elite Refuge Member

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    What kind of deer are those? Are they giant rabbits? :l :l ;)
     
  2. scotshot

    scotshot Senior Refuge Member

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    Goosehunter,

    Those are Roe deer and quite common in the UK, their numbers are increasing sharply in some areas.

    Mark.
     
  3. bustndux

    bustndux Elite Refuge Member

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    Man........that looks like a blast! Good shoot'n and thanks for posting the pics. I just might have to try your technique on some of these Michigan crows! :tu :tu
     
  4. Shoot2Kill

    Shoot2Kill Elite Refuge Member

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    They are Jackalopes!!! ;)
     
  5. beav

    beav Elite Refuge Member

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    They look a lot like Sika deer.

    Are the Roe indegenous to the UK and western Europe? You could put a .243, a 6mm Remington, or a .257 Roberts to pretty good use with a big heard of those around....
     
  6. NDTerminator

    NDTerminator Elite Refuge Member

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    I saw little bitty deer like that when I was in Germany in 1979...
     
  7. scotshot

    scotshot Senior Refuge Member

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    Here's a link with some info on them. :tu

    Roe Deer.
     

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