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Old 01-05-2013, 03:45 PM   #21
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It's not the gun, it's the man or women pulling the trigger. My father said that for a head shot on a rabbit thats running, shoot two feet in front of the rabbit. I use to love hunting them in the after noon after a light rain on the cane field roads when they were sitting still. I really miss the sound of dogs hot on a trail......Good luck.......

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For rabbit, squirrels etc i like the 410 with #6 lead shot.

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