Wednesday, 9 June 2010

Hunting Cinghiale In Italy


In this video a group of hunters gather to shoot driven Cinghiale, in the Tuscan countryside. Nicely made, worth a watch.

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SBW

11 comments:

Phillip said...

Awesome! So now I have to add Italy to the list of places on my worldwide hog hunting tour.

howlingduckranch said...

Makes me wish I'd gotten to film Ernest's moose hunt like I'd hoped to this past fall (if only he'd taken longer than the first two hours of his hunt--meanwhile I was gutting my moose!)

Kristeva

howlingduckranch said...

Though of course, we don't have cell phones! Not even the capability, that's so 21st Century!

K

The Suburban Bushwacker said...

Phillip

Definitely! If you don't mind roughing it there's always CHJ's place - just gotta be mega careful where you put your feet s'all
SBW

The Suburban Bushwacker said...

HDR

LOL you can at least film me being eaten by a Grizzly while i mouth off about getting it's mate.

SBW

howlingduckranch said...

SBW

Will do! In fact, I've just taken a wee film of a black bear in Bella Coola (so I am now an experienced bear filmer). I'll try to get it to you in an email or something.

Kristeva

The Suburban Bushwacker said...

HDR

Cool - I'm doing a post about something other than the usual bollox, and you get a mention...

SBW

Chas S. Clifton said...

Great video ... but "30 odd 6"? Someone at Plum TV doesn't speak Gunny.

The Suburban Bushwacker said...

Chas

LOL - Their office is on Martha's Vineyard, draw from that what you will ;-)

SBW

Cork Graham said...

This was so cooool, mate! Plus I'm adding Italian to my language repertoire so great practice: I had to download!

It's cooled off for pigs here in Northern California and I won't be going for them until next rains in Nov...but blacktail deer season starts in a month for archers.

...And let's not forget the 1st is the cottontail rabbit opener! Got a new Benjamin Marauder that I'm looking to use on it's first rabbit. I'm thinking the velocity is pretty similar to your Air Arms. It's a .22.

Cheers,
Cork

The Suburban Bushwacker said...

Cork
Italian. Now there's a language worth making the effort for, just think of all the tasty treats you'll be able to reward yourself with.

caccia felice
SBW