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1 First Place Gamo Whisper Silent Cat Air Rifle Gamo Whisper Silent Cat Air Rifle
By Gamo
9.9
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2 WildCat Whisper Air Rifle .177 Cal WildCat Whisper Air Rifle .177 Cal
By Gamo
9.6
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3 Swarm Maxxim Air Rifle .177 Cal Swarm Maxxim Air Rifle .177 Cal
By Gamo
9.3
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4 Best Value Ruger Blackhawk Combo air rifle Ruger Blackhawk Combo air rifle
By Ruger
8.9
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5 Black Ops Sniper Rifle S - Hunting Pellet Air Rifle Airgun with Suppressor Black Ops Sniper Rifle S - Hunting Pellet Air Rifle Airgun with Suppressor
By Black Ops
8.6
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6 Gamo 6110067954 Raptor Whisper .177 Caliber Air Rifle Gamo 6110067954 Raptor Whisper .177 Caliber Air Rifle
By Gamo
8.4
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7 Gamo Magnum Air Rifle .177 Cal Gamo Magnum Air Rifle .177 Cal
By Gamo
8.0
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8 Benjamin 392 Bolt Action Variable Pump Air Rifle (.22) Benjamin 392 Bolt Action Variable Pump Air Rifle (.22)
By Benjamin
7.7
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9 Gamo Bone Collector Maxxim IGT Air Rifle, .177 Caliber Gamo Bone Collector Maxxim IGT Air Rifle, .177 Caliber
By Gamo
7.5
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10 Hatson Model 95 Combo .177 Rifle, Walnut Hatson Model 95 Combo .177 Rifle, Walnut
By HATSON
7.1
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Budget night vision ratting

Last week we brought you Roy getting to grips with night vision in his bathroom - well MrCrow also has a big problem with rats at the moment.

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AND a problem with the quality of Roy's footage.

Roy's was a waste of time.

A faulty door on a new straw barn has left Andy's bales exposed to rat attack and itneeds sorting.

There have been other bales parked here.

This is where they started chewing it.

They chew through the net wrap to get to the corn, because there is no feed.

The only feed is in these.

This one here - you can see this look, they have chewed all this into it.

This is rape straw, we have got rat poison in here, but why do they want to go for therat poison when they can chew into these bales and find the odd bit of grain in there.

So what's to be done - well Andy's brought in an old friend to tackle the problem andto have some seriously good sport.

Dave, like so many of you out there likes to use a bit of initiative, or in other wordsebay, to open up new air rifling opportunities and he's agreed to talk us through it.

Ok well I have bought this old camcorder off ebay, but you must make sure you use the nightshot mode ok.

There is a lot of camcorders out there but you must make sure it has got this night modeshot on it.

I basically got.

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there is a thread by the front of the lense and I bought this adaptorwhich is like a filter wheel or something like that and araldited it on to this oldlense cap.

So that then screws, if I line it up, yes it does screw onto there like that, screwson there.

I just put that around there, pop that on that ok.

This is a hawk scope.

Now slightly crude this piece of plastic and this very important piece of cardboard goesin there to sort the height out.

I will make the proper thing one day.

Courtesy of the Post Office, elastic bands, put around that battery and that camcorderas crude as it is, is actually is now nicely on there and that is not going to fall off.

Ok now it does have its own infra red illuminator on this side here which you would use if youwere filming people if you werestanding two or three metres away from them.

That is pretty much as good as they get.

Now obviously if we do this in there it just gets lost and you can see it is tucked behindso much stuff here it would never get out there.

So then you obviously introduce this which is an infra red laser it works off this smallbattery pack here which are four AA's, it has this on off switch which I put behindthis rubber band here and you just squeeze.

I would do it this side actually if I was left handed, just squeeze that like that onand off and as I say I haven't done a lot of this yet, but it seems to be as you knowit seems to be getting the results we need.

Better than Roy's.

I don't want to be getting involved with anything like that to be honest.

So yes, that is pretty much the set up.

A lot of this you can see is home made but in a way that is the glory of how cheap thissort of stuff is now to buy.

Yes, it is not three or four grand.

Old scope mounts knocking about.

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So how much do you reckon this lot has cost you?Well obviously we know the rifle is not cheap.

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No just the night sight bit.

Got this for £70, the rubber bands I got off the post man at Christmas.

Good man, good man.

Packing plastic from my house.

Filter wheel I think literally £2 off ebay.

Old scope lense, old scope cap, some araldite so we are still not up to a lot of money.

This I think, I would have to look, they are about £100 I think.

It is an infra red laser.

There are lots on Youtube.

A lot of airgun people doing this and you can see them.

They have got similar set ups, but people just change it slightly to what they wantreally.

So we're looking at about 200 pounds for Dave's set-up but after last week's programme wehad a few emails, about night vision bargains including one from Stephen Stubbs from thePigeonWatch forum who made his set-up for 52 pounds.

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If you are watching this on YouTube, click on the link on the screen to look at his videosof how he did that.

If any one else has some cost saving tips, night vision or otherwise we'd love to hearabout them.

Back to rats and Andy's not just here to look pretty and shout encouragement in the dark.

He's the Goose to Dave's Maverick, guiding towards the intended target.

Talk to me, Goose.

I spot them with this.

It is like a binocular just look through.

I look right round the shed, find the rat and then David, he has got his spotter onthe top, but when he puts that on it it is bright and I can see where it is in the shedand I just talk him in right, right, right, left, left, left and he goes onto it.

And as soon as he is on it because that is so tight, as soon as he is on it he can seeit on the screen.

Gets the cross hair on it, smack, dead.

Now, although what follows is a fine example of precision pest control - at times it mightsound as if pilot and navigator are strapped in to different aircraft.

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let's start witha bit of rat on rat action and then Dave and Andy can take it away.

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There we go.

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I told you there were two there.

What the hell.

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that has got a dead rat.

He has and all, he has.

Look, look.

You have got to kill that.

You are recording it as well.

Ssh.

Where has he gone.

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there he is .

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Look at that.

Where has he gone.

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I turned the switch off.

Yes, well shot.

Look at that, so clear.

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Right, right, right, uppy, uppy.

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uppy, uppy a bit.

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righty, righty.

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Oh missed it.

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That went straight through that .

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Where is it.

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it is round the backDown, down, down, get on down, left in there, right, right, rightI can't get in there.

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I have got no pellets left.

There he is.

There's two more down there.

They will come back out, there you go.

What on top of the .

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No, down, down, down near the cameraI can't remember where it is.

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up, up, up there can you see it?Yes, one, two.

Say when you are ready.

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Ready.

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right fast, fast, stop, up, right there.

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Right, right, right, stop there about.

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there he is.

It's a beaver.

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That last rat wasn't a beaver!But then again Andy doesn't take a size 5 Jack Pyke boot either!My feet are a size seven and half.

These rats are.

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I would say he is about a good 18" long head to toe.

We will take him home and eat him.

It's been a successful evening's ratting and although we thought night vision would spoilthe social side of shooting - this method certainly keeps everyone involved and entertained.

And remember if you have got a simple but effective way of saving your fellow shootersa few pounds with night vision or anything else, drop me a line and we'll spread theword - charlie@fieldsportschannel.

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