Quarter Cherokee said:Nice shooting!
Tell me about the rifle. It looks interesting. What kind of scope is it wearing?
:shock:Theo said:.... but when hunting at night i prefer this scope. ....
Huevos is spanish for [ balls]Theo said:Hunting is allowed from 1 our before sunrise to one our after sunset.
Exception is boar hunting, cause their activity is at night.
Night vision is not allowed in a scope , only to observe.
My brother has a permit to hund the red deer at night in his area , cause he has many damages in the farmes fields........and he have to pay for these damages .
....aha , a badger .....still learning..
The Dachshund can be found in historical accounts dating back to the 15th, 16th and 17th centuries, when illustrations reflected badgers being hunted with dogs with elongated bodies, short legs and hound-type ears. The dogs of medieval Europe were noted to have the tracking ability of hounds and the proportions and temperament of terriers, much needed to pursue their main quarry of badgers.
I agree with you there, Drew. I have done some hog hunting, but never at night and with a 400 lbs boar.Sebago Son said:Still it must take some real "Huevos" to hunt a 400 lbs Russian Boar in the darkness.... I understand that they have been known to kill and eat humans in the distant past....