Archive for the ‘varmint hunting’ Category

Suppressed Long-Range Varmint Hunt

Saturday, February 6th, 2016

Great video- coyotes, rock chucks at obscene distances.

You’ll want to watch this…

Rockchuck Hunting – Varmint Hunting

Friday, December 11th, 2015

Varmint Hunting
Rockchuck Hunting

Traveled to NE California to do some varmint hunting. On day three of our hunt, we decided to head to a private ranch to do some rockchuck hunting in the rimrock. This is the video from that short hunt.

AR-15   17 HMR

Have you checked out the Henry Rifles Catalog yet?

Watch this excellent video:

Varmint Hunting California and Arizona

Monday, September 8th, 2014

Varmint Hunting California and Arizona

Here’s some great shooting from Eric over at Varminter.com

Lots of action.  Great shooting.  You can learn a lot from him…

Enjoy the video!

Windham Weaponry Predator

Saturday, January 4th, 2014

Windham Weaponry Predator Model

AR-15 Style Varmint Exterminator!

Looking for another varmint gun?  Take a look at this Windham Weaponry AR-15 style varmint model.  Windham has made quite a splash in the AR world in the last couple years and is putting out some excellent rifles from tactical to varmint.   Great quality and features in all their models.

Varmint Hunting

Wednesday, December 18th, 2013

I talked to Eric over at Varminter.com today.  This is one of many videos he’s made over the years and has shared.

Lots of great shooting.  You should check out all of Eric’s work at Varminter.com.  He’s a great guy, loves this sport and it shows in all his work.

Enjoy!

Here’s what you’ll see:

These clips show us shooting various rifles at ground squirrels, prairie dogs, starlings (pest birds), cottontail rabbit and jack rabbits in California and Arizona (listed below). There are 17 shots on video, including some slow-motion shots!

We are shooting the following rifles and calibers in this video:
Firearms:
– Thompson Contender Carbine Rifle – 5mm Remington Rimfire Magnum (Centurion 30 grain HP)
– CZ Model 527 Rifle – .17 Hornady Hornet (20 grain V-Max)
– Winchester Model 43 – .22 Hornet
– Browning A-Bolt – .22 Magnum (Hornady .22 Magnum NTX ammo)
– Savage Model 93 – .17HMR

Airguns:
– Benjamin Discovery Airgun – .22 caliber (Predator Pellets)
– Airforce Condor Airgun – .25 caliber (Predator Pellets)
– FX Boss Airgun – .30 caliber (JSB Diablo Exact 44 grain and 50 grain pellets)

Tactical Varmint Hunting

Wednesday, June 12th, 2013

Varmint HuntingPrairie Dogs and Coyotes

Here’s a very educational and entertaining video.

Shooting prairie dogs in South Dakota first then coyotes.

You’ll enjoy this…

Varmint Control

Wednesday, January 2nd, 2013

Varmint Control

 

Long Range Varmint Hunting

Saturday, September 17th, 2011

 

Long Range Varmint Hunting using a 6.5K rifle.

6.5K is a 7mmRSAUM necked to 6.5mm/37* shoulder. Using 140′s 120′s 107/s and 95grn bullets in the 6.5mm calibers.

Some VERY long shooting here.  We’ll done.

Enjoy the shooting and the thinning of the varmints….

 

 

Prairie Dog Hunting 2010 In HD

Saturday, December 4th, 2010

Prairie Dog Hunting 2010 In HD

Be ready for some excellent footage shooting prairie dogs!  Various guns used.  Great shooting.

Ground Squirrel Hunting – Season Usually Open

Wednesday, October 20th, 2010

Ground Squirrel Hunting – Seasons Are Normally Open For Many Species

Check with your game and parks or wildlife resources departments in your state and your area.  In many states, the season for ground squirrels and many other “pest” species never closes.  So, no matter what time of year it is, you can almost always go out and find something to hunt.  It’s good for the soul.  It keeps you sane.

For example, here’s a list of species in Wisconsin that never closes:

Species with Year-round Hunting Seasons

The following small game species may be taken year-round with any valid hunting license* (except within state park and recreation areas from April 1 to September 14):

  • opossum
  • porcupine
  • red squirrel
  • skunk
  • thirteen-lined ground squirrel
  • woodchuck
  • weasel

The following species may be taken with a firearm year-round with any valid hunting license (except within state park and recreation areas from April 1 to September 14):

  • English (house) sparrow
  • European starling
  • feral pigeon (rock dove)

*No license is required for a resident, resident’s spouse or resident’s children to hunt small game on the enclosed farmlands where they live.
OK?  Now go out and squeeze a few off and keep those shot groups close.