Maia Coimbra: personally i do not like to see animals being killed in video footage, but
i understand the purpose of this one.
By the way, great channel you have and congratulations for your work.
João Silva: I knew I wouldn't like to see this, but I still came to check it and be mad
at it.. oh god
Goopy Meerkat: Why does he give good meat to ferrets?
makin1905: so excuse me on my rude comment though, is this in UK? I thought guns were
Ethan Freed: All u tree huggers listen up how's this for cruel imagine an uncontrollable
amoints of rabbits that eat up all their food and resources very fast
because there's so many so they all slowly and painfully starve to death.
Its much easier to kill them fast witth a bulllet and keep population down
Brian Carroll: U can bitch and hate all you want... U people will be easier targets than
these rabbits one day
TorakPvp: All these people who are whining about him killing rabbits he's not doing
it for fun he's controlling the rabbit population
V'Veldess Ingram II: damnnnnnnnnn, that bird, smh, had it coming...
vicki shepherd: People who do not agree with this video have never had rabbits destroy
flowers, gardens and ANYTHING else edible that is in their path!!!
Max Higounenc: Wtf
chris alvarado: I see nothing wrong here. Gotta control the population somehow.
lucas silva: to much for a rabbit!!!...., i used a 22- 250 for hogs up to 70kg
Francesco Mecozzi: so you say the preys almost enjoyed their own kill...
Jerry Reynolds: email@example.com
ryder winx: I will pray to god that he gives you a slow painful and miserable death
Matias Wolf: Hunting has more honor than buying in the supermarket, just think about it
Manakkadavil Shaji: Good hunting
George Williams: That's a lot of gun for rabbits isn't it? Mind you, it shows the skill at
that range. I would prefer to get a lot closer and use .22 LR.
riaz shah: nice shooting
Denver Hawley: DANG! over kil!!! lol, but one shot one kill no complants at lease the meat
didnt go to waste
Thedman951: shoot a rabbit with a 50 cal
IcefishermanArcher: Nice shots. what for do you breed frets ? to sell to pet shops ?
Krono Mikon: sorry to hear that. Did you see that bird explode!
Carson Runyon: It's a god damn rabbit, they don't show affection, Try dogs or cats
Pilgrim2501: Well they have grown beef in a lab using stem cells or something. That was
an interesting read. Early stages, but still...it's something, right?
Evil Lemon: Moron
Gezen Balık: Senin topal ayağını sikim..sadist götveren
AKFAN FORTYSEVEN: great shot
BrokenLifeCycle: I looked up a Ted Talk and found these people experimenting with 3D printed
leather from cells without needing to kill animals for it. How humane can
you get when you are not even killing a cow for that leather? Now imagine
3D printed meat. Food for thought.
brandon b: great vid and great shooting! thx much.
максим стегній: Чмо!!!!!
eric lluwderic: go freak an animal!
22skiddoo: Why? Because the Pest Act 1954 imposes a legal obligation on land owners to
keep the rabbit population controlled. That's "a legal obligation", not an
option, an "obligation".
davidroxs: lol! that bird just freaken exploded, wasnt expecting that, nice shooting
boni2663: Enfia no cú e atira. covardes
TheCogitech: Perhaps, ethically speaking, that is the answer. However our species has
been consuming animal flesh for millennia, so in the meantime I choose the
most ethical, natural way; hunting. I take responsibility for the life of
every animal I shoot and I control the entire process from shooting,
through butchering and finally cooking it for my family. Each animal
deserves this much respect. Those who purchase industrial meat dodge the
guilt, but in the end they are responsible for countless deaths.
TheCogitech: Please see my comment to Cathy Rosner. If you are a meat eater making this
comment, then you are being exceedingly hypocritical. Every animal you
purchase in the market lived a terrible life and was the victim of mass
murder in the end. They are also full of hormones, antibiotics, and a
number of other things that are making you sick. To criticize hunters is
one of the most ridiculous things for a meat eater to do.
TheCogitech: Do you eat meat, Cathy? If so, you should really research how industrial
animals are treated and compare that to wild animals. You will discover
that hunting is in fact far more ethical than industrial "farming" of meat.
If you do not eat meat, then you might consider where your vegetables come
from; farms - farmers have a right to control pest which destroy their
crops. Rather than let your emotions for the poor bunnies overwhelm your
sense of logic, consider the bigger picture.
slapdick89: Nice, clean shots!
Cathy Rosner: your morbid no better then charles manson video tape killing? hope some one
Pilgrim2501: Aye, it's not a thing that western culture is ready to embrace yet. I do
suspect that one day we won;t have any other choice, not with chains like
McDonald's who cut down miles of rain forest for their beef farms.
hedegaard8: The best, most ideal, would be to simply not eat meat. Eat insects or
vegetables. But harder said than done I know.
TheCogitech: You couldn't be more wrong. Many hunters refuse to buy industrialized meat
specifically because it is so inhumane. Also, many new hunters are people
who were vegetarians due to ethical issues, but turn to hunting because
they are prepared to take responsibility for ethical harvest of animals who
lived a natural life. Count me as one who refuses to purchase industrial
meat. It is disgusting what they do to those animals.
mag58f: Looks like a Sako rifle. Love the suppressor. Nice shooting.
Graham Klebba: People have been killing and eating animals for years. Nothing to get your
panties in a twist about, now.
Graham Klebba: Something wrong with that? Nothing bad about having a little fun while
MomoCottoncandy: Blabla... that's a lie. At first you shoot to KILL... Because you get an
errection by enleashing the prehistoric men inside of you... Bah!
hedegaard8: Yeah exactly! Have seen documentaries on that. far cleaner than one would
expect and much more protein per kg than animal meat. Problem is that most
people think insects are disgusting, but if you dry them and grind them
into powder and make meat balls e.t.c. from that, then you don't even see
that its insects. I hope for the best and yes I'd love to try it myself,
but problem is they don't sell insects for consumption in Denmark.
TigrrrTamer: Fair enough. You are right, I don't understand what terrible damage they
can do. Perhaps we should stop killing their natural predators, fox and
cayote, and allow nature to balance things a little bit.
F16crafter: God dammit, you know that the animals have to be hunted, PETA hypocrites.
We killed the animal's natural hunters, so we fill in the gap. Besides, the
shots these guys take are not causing any pain whatsoever, debunking the
claims of them letting the prey suffer.