Hey Squirrels season is in here in Georgia.
I took the discovery out for a little walk through the woods.
I came across two fat Greys eating pine nuts in a tree around 25 yards
away. I took them both out with ease using some Kodiak match .177 pellets.
What baffled me was the very loud muzzle report didnt seem to spook the second squirrel; it just kept on eating while it's buddy scampered off after being hit in the chest. I was able to load a another pellet pretty quckly while the first squirell was falling from the tree. BOOM! Shot the other squirrel directly behind the ear. It to fell to the ground without a twitch.
This is one fine, scary accurate, Squirrel gun!
I took pictures of the dead squirrels, but I didnt feel I needed to post since we all know what a dead squirrel looks like.
"Ready on East side. Ready on the west side. Ready on the firing line....Gentlemen, you may begin firing"
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