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Let's share about the best/most difficult shot/kill you have seen.

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Two partridges taken by my grandfather...
When the dogs flushed one out and he shot at it and then at the sound of the shot another partridge flew from right under his feet flying towards his back he just twisted and shot it down from his O/U all this happened in less than 3 seconds...

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Saif bro, on history channel if you search you will find a program about exhibition shooters, and pretty sure you can find the video as well. The guy placed a a large blade in the middle, and on the both sides he placed two balloons, using his rifle in a .22 , he shot on the blade at a distance of if I remember correctly, 7 or 10 meters, and the shot was so dead on that the bullet hit the blade and was split in two and both the balloons were hit with them. I think that was a very amazing shot.

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Interesting shares RRS and mhrehman brothers.
Let's see what other members have to share.

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Sometimes while hunting a best shot could be " like winning Davis Cup in a Sahara with no spectators around" quote Jim Corbett.

My best shots and worst shots will most likely go with me in the grave....like some of the earlier hunters who are no more!


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huntingbuddy Sir interesting observation. Still we insist you at least share few of your best shots.


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A former El Al security guard wanted to prove to me how accurate a handgun (happened to be a Hi-Power) could actually be. He pointed to an American football-sized rock in the side of the cliff backstop in front of us, about 90-100 meters away, and proceeded to hit it twice in a row. He may have just been very lucky, but I was very impressed with his shooting and the pistol. Hi-Powers have been my favorites since that day.


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Best I have seen is a buddy sighting in an FN semi-auto carbine. He had a target set up and it took one hit and then we couldn't see any of the other rounds strike the target. He shot about 12 at about 25 yards. When we took a closer look, the hole was slightly irregular. As best as we could tell from the target, all 12 rounds passed roughly through the same hole.

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Some of the best shots I have ever seen produced in front of my eyes were by Ghazi Sb (one of our TGF Expert Panel members). I'll just share one instance where we were at the range and he had three silhouette targets set up five feet apart. Stood around 12 meters away with his back to the target and his CZ75 Compact holstered. On the word GO, he unholstered the gun, chambered the round while turning around, took aim and shot six rounds double-tap on the three targets. All six shots were bang on target - forehead and chest (heart area). Total time - 3.6 seconds.

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We were on a bunny hunt, it was night time. At the far end of a filed must have been more than 50 M there was a rabbit which was confused out of its wits as a number of people standing at the back of the jeep were firing at the poor thing. And he would just change direction and start running in the other way. It must have happened for 30 seconds as they emptied their Repeaters trying to bring the bunny down. I was sitting in the front seat and had a Spanish S X S with I think 28 or more inches barrel (don't remember exactly as it belonged to someone in our hunting group). I jumped out of the seat, aimed at the running rabbit at night time with some lead and fired a shot, Bang and the poor thing went down with a tumble. The group was amazed, and though we had met for the first time and it was the second time I was on a hunt. they thought I was some seasoned hunter with a lot of experience. man were they impressed. It was fun. And our dear engineer was impressed too.

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A Killing at karimabad karachi, 2 young men shot.

one shot in the head, other in the chest(possibly the heart)

Only 2 shots fired on a crowded road and instant death.

This was the best i ever saw


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The best shot that I have seen was by myself , my first shot with 12.7 at the 8 x 8 target the distance was 1500 meters.

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AwaraInsan Insan, what were the results?

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Results are at Sanjwal firing range.

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The Best I have seen were from Beretta 304 on Mallards. 3 + 1 shots four times at almost 80 yards depth in field. ALL sixteen dropped dead.

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Striped Hyena shot with .22 LR, 65 Yards, Night, between the eyes dropped dead.

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@ Mustanir, just to add to my knowledge, are there Hyenas in Pakistan? Or is it some other country you are talking about? Thanks

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Hyenas are found in many areas of Pakistan, but not in great numbers. Locally, they are called "luggar buggar". :)

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Thanks KBW, I thought they were found only in Africa :)

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KBW wrote:
Hyenas are found in many areas of Pakistan, but not in great numbers. Locally, they are called "luggar buggar". :)


Luggar buggar or Charag are rare these days , Although i am not sure but i think it was the same thing which i saw last year near Ganjiaro , Gharo

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