a man and his gun, brought down by a damn squirrel and stooly neighbor


Posted by peiper    United Kingdom   on 01/18/2013 at 03:09 PM   
  1. If you go to a gun shop in the UK you can buy high power springs, they cannot fit it for you as your rifle would need a fire arm certificate afterwards! but they sell them (mine was called an ox bow spring) and tell you you will need a FAC and off you go, mine would go through a car panel at 20 feet. Allegedly it would go through a seagull at 50 feet or so.So there are the safe UK gun laws for you!

    Posted by Chris Edwards    Canada   01/18/2013  at  03:38 PM  

  2. Hi Chris.
    I have a feeling that with my accent, it might be easier getting a root canal than a 22 air rifle.

    Posted by peiper    United Kingdom   01/18/2013  at  03:44 PM  

  3. Hey, another thought. With a spring thingy, and assuming I could get an air rifle, maybe I can take out the neighbors damn dog.

    Posted by peiper    United Kingdom   01/18/2013  at  03:45 PM  

  4. Looking at the Xray, he didn’t shoot it… right.  I’ve seen what an air rifle can do to a rabbit with a good brain shot.  Shame he’s in namby pamby land, though.

    Posted by Mr Evilwrench    United States   01/18/2013  at  04:20 PM  

  5. Oh for crying out loud. Wardmama, would you please teach this doofus how to get rid of garden raiders??

    Cage, bucket, garden hose. Some assembly required.

    Crivens I hate slob hunters. Of any stripe.

    Posted by Drew458    United States   01/18/2013  at  05:33 PM  

  6. Peiper, I doubt that would be a problem! and the shop I went to is in Salisbury just up the road to you!

    Posted by Chris Edwards    Canada   01/19/2013  at  10:38 AM  

  7. What the hell is it with neighbors ratting each other out in England?  It seems to be a common thing now.

    Posted by Argentium G. Tiger    Canada   01/19/2013  at  11:44 AM  

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