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Published on Jul 5, 2012
Click 'SHOW MORE' for full video description and useful links. Predator mouth call (works for rabbits too): http://geni.us/yQ5RK3d Harris 9" - 13" swivel bi-pod: http://geni.us/1g6Y 50 x Paper targets: http://geni.us/0J79f6I Funnel paper target holder: http://geni.us/9zXed This video examines the main differences between the two most commonly used calibre of rifles for vermin control in the UK - the .22LR and the .17HMR. In the UK we are only allowed to have the .17HMR in bolt action, the .22LR being the only calibre of semi-automatic rifle available to us. Both rifles are good for rabbit shooting so I have both but the .17HMR is an expensive beast. Thanks for watching.