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Stephan Wolf, here...on FB also...Trying out this Varmint site, and CROW Hunting...Live in Eastern NC, getting ready for Deer, Waterfowl, Coyotes ( winter) etc., etc...70 yrs old...Retired..Have Gun, will Travel type guy...!!!:D
 

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Welcome aboard airwolf. I've heard tails of guys shooting crows by the dozens. Kinda' like flying prairie dogs, I reckon. You're still welcome even if you don't shoot R-Ru-Rug.......................:D
 

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Welcome Airwolf! Glad you came aboard.
I would imagine that at this time of year and with the migration that would mean you have plenty of crows in your area. No one would think poorly of you if you were shooting crows with a Ruger Red label. It some of these guys who try to pass off a bolt action tomato stake as as a precision rifle.

We get a good amount of crows in the spring when they are returning to the northern Red River Valley. We use small caliber varmint rifles to take them. They are easy to bait. We haul the road kills out in fields and then visit the sites daily. That is a great sport between 200 - 400 yds. There isn’t much to hit for vital areas to hit but we get quite a few feathers. The damn things are hard on the duck nests. Skunks are bad to. Shoot a skunk in the field. Leave it and the crows will eat it to. I guess they can’t smell.
 

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Hi Airwolf, as a kid in Pa, we used to put up an owl decoy in a tree and hunt the crows
with a shotgun. When the crows find the decoy they would go crazy and we would shoot
for ever. Welcome aboard.
 
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