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Tagged With: raccoon

Lamping: Turn on the nightlight

I know that installment two of the squirrel hunting piece is owed, but I’m going to take a little side trip before wrapping that topic up. I’ve been getting a lot of emails asking about lights and lighting systems used for night hunting, which isn’t as common in the States, but is used by airgun hunters … Continue reading »

Categories: Pest Control, Predator hunting, Uncategorized | Tags: , , , , | 1 Comment

Calls for Airgunners: A quick primer

A lot of the techniques used for firearms hunting are directly applicable to airguns as well, and one of my favorite crossover techniques is the use of calls to bring my quarry into range. Several years ago I started carrying mouth blown predator (typically distress) calls in my pack, regardless of what I was after. … Continue reading »

Categories: crow hunting, distress call, electronic calls, mouth calls, Predator hunting | Tags: , , , , | Leave a comment

The Masked Bandit; Pest Control or Predator Hunting

A lot of raccoons are shot with airguns while raiding trashcans, pillaging the hen house, or making a general nuisance of themselves, and in fact this is an application for which airguns excel. A well placed pellet from higher powered .22 at reasonable range is strong medicine for these tenacious and tough animals. And raccoon pest control often takes … Continue reading »

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Predator Hunting: the Airgunners Grand Slam

Like so many hunters in North America, I spend a lot of time out in the field after predators. Unlike the vast majority, I prefer to go after them with airguns rather than high power center fires. There are practical reasons, airguns can be used in areas where firearms can’t; because they are quieter, lower … Continue reading »

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