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Kinda unsportsmanlike if you ask me!


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#1 r22butters

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Posted 05 May 2018 - 16:11


The only dream I have left is to live long enough to see the pilot shortage. Its been about fifteen years since they first told me it was coming, so,...

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Posted 05 May 2018 - 17:16

Did a similar thing in the 80s with feral pig eradication during extensive floods - all the ferals had gathered on high spots of land, making it easier to pick them off. I had 3 shooters (with rifles) blazing away from the 3 other doors of a B206, and the ferals fell quickly.

 

When they ran out of ammo, I had a go, cyclic between my knees, but I only had a 38 special and wadcutters. The pigs were running/splashing away from the chopper, so it took 1 round up the choof to make him turn sideways and look at me, and 3 or 4 more to put enough holes in him to make him sink in the floodwaters. You can hear them squeal over the noise of the turbine, but couldn't hear the (glug..glug...gluggg....) after that.



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Posted 05 May 2018 - 19:30

Did a similar thing in the 80s with feral pig eradication during extensive floods - all the ferals had gathered on high spots of land, making it easier to pick them off. I had 3 shooters (with rifles) blazing away from the 3 other doors of a B206, and the ferals fell quickly.

 

When they ran out of ammo, I had a go, cyclic between my knees, but I only had a 38 special and wadcutters. The pigs were running/splashing away from the chopper, so it took 1 round up the choof to make him turn sideways and look at me, and 3 or 4 more to put enough holes in him to make him sink in the floodwaters. You can hear them squeal over the noise of the turbine, but couldn't hear the (glug..glug...gluggg....) after that.

 

This is exactly what a professional pilot would do.



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Posted 05 May 2018 - 19:36

 

This is exactly what a professional pilot would do.

 

 

...and that's why I did it.



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Posted 06 May 2018 - 07:23

The best part is how he "lasering" his right arm and legs with the pistol.  Good way to have an accident.


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Posted 07 May 2018 - 00:59

I've seen those videos where they have passengers blastin' out the door but this puts them all to shame.






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