Pigeon Hunting with a .357 150 ft/lbs (Is it worth it?)

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    davidsng
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    Tried Pigeon hunting with my bigbore, I got interesting results.  Hope you like it?

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    PigeonMan
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    Never too much for anything. I still use  my 50 cal dragon slayer to shoot mice.

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    davidsng
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    PigeonMan

    Never too much for anything. I still use  my 50 cal dragon slayer to shoot mice.

    +1 lol!

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    Bob_O
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    David,

    Some nice long range shots.   Why is the video small?   I know you have the skills to spruce things up……it could help grow your audience?

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    davidsng
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    Yea, that's been a problem.  On that particular scope I am unable to put the side shot to the side.  Only above the scope, because of the QD mounts handles. When I mount it above, the phone at flip the picture to make it smaller.   I'll have to fix it one of these days.

    Thanks for the advice.

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    Bob_O
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    I use an App called Open Camera, it has an option to lock the orientation of the screen.  Also let's you do a bunch of other stuff that helps with scope camera use.

    On the editing side, I use Cyberlink Power Director.  It also let's you tweak things, zoom and rotate the image, etc.

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    cea1960
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    looks like you keep your t-shirts until there is nothing left, as do i 😉

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    AirgunBill
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    Yep you came to the same conclusions as I would have in the end. The main couple wind drift and air consumption. Save the 35 cal for the groundhogs. Bill

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    davidsng
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    Thanks for info Bob!  I'll have look at that app.

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