JimC

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Here are some more of my Cedarville pictures all but the last 2 pictures are air rifle induced trauma.Carnage01.jpgCarnage02.jpgCarnage04.jpgCarnage09.jpgCarnage12.jpgCarnage13.jpgCarnage14.jpgCarnage15.jpgCarnage16.jpgEffect of Predator PolyMag Polytip .22 caliber from AA410 Carnage10.jpgSako Quad HM2 induced trauma!Carnage08.jpgCarnage17.jpgI Love Cedarville,Jim in Sacramento

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Looks like a lot of shooting. It sure is fun with an airgun. Oh heck it's fun with any gun. Thanks for sharing.

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Hi John, The airgun shooting is addictive. I started the year with 204's 223's and 17HMR's and I am going to finish the year with airguns and a 17HM2 as my weapons of choice. I pack a fraction of the gear I do when shooting the centerfires, I shot for a fraction of the cost of shooting the centerfires and the fun factor with the airguns is off the chart. My total squirrel count may be down but I have just as much fun, if not more shooting the airguns. A 100yd airgun shot is just as satisfying as a 400yd centerfire shot.Jim in Sacramento

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Are you shooting the predators out of the 410 with a single tray if so can you post a pic i have a 410 and would love to shoot preds , real nice shooting

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Are you shooting the predators out of the 410 with a single tray if so can you post a pic i have a 410 and would love to shoot preds , real nice shooting
Yes, it is a RC Machine tray, http://www.airgunclips.com/ very nice tray for $17. Pomona Air Guns also carries them.Jim in Sacramento

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Great pics! Can I come hunt with you? Can't seem to find squirrels where I live anymore. :(
Go to Cedarville, CA drive down the road. When you see a field full of ground squirrels (which is just about every field you will see) stop and ask someone if you can shoot them with your air rifle. 99.9% of the time the answer will be yes.Jim in Sacramento

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There are alot of ground squirrel in my area and on my property. i am considering shooting them with my air rifle but what do you guys do with them once you shoot em? Just throw them in a pile and shoot them?

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Most people leave them lay and let the coyotes and other critters feast on them. Even their own kind will eat them.

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