Originally Posted by Tom W.
I THOUGHT about doing the same thing! I live in the country and through my uh scope there was only one limb holding the V912 there,would of been an easy shot..BUT that bullet has to come down somewhere and nothing is worth that..not to change the subject,but im learning it dont matter how much "body english" I do myself,its all in the fingers...what a learning curve these things are...
A 12-gauge shotgun doesn't go really far. You can fire it up in the air like that and hear the pellets come back down maybe 3-4 seconds later. They aren't very dangerous on the way back down. They aren't like a heavy bullet - their terminal velocity is low. It's a damn good thing too because if it wasn't the case, thousands of hunters would die every year getting rained on. I've had pellets fall around me before - they won't even go through your hat.