yea its an old video but hey better late then never. im still trying to catch up. anyways your areal trooper Darcy, i could see you started to get a little ill after the pistol its ok its not for everyone and it looked like capt. pat was messin with you a bit to much as well. anyways its all good. just keep having fun.
The eye and ear protection has already been mentioned no need to say more about that. I have taught many people to shoot from grown men to children girls and boys,, never would I load them up with heavy shotguns or cartridges like this, it turns the novice off , sometimes for life,, also NO attention was paid to your stance , and critically important gun safety! Love your video's keep em coming and "tight lines"!!
+ deachris bond I am not turned off, we were in the woods and I figured it's a good idea to try and shoot different guns bc I don't do it much. I'm not sure why everyone has to bug out on the shell--not that big a deal.
Captain Pat's an idiot for letting a girl that size shoot a 3 inch double ought buck, that's not how you get new people into shooting guns, all it does is scare them from shooting guns for the rest of their life.
If you guys ever come to the great state of Missouri and you would like to shoot some firearms in calibers and gauges a bit more suited to you drop me a line . I've been enjoying the sport for over 40 years and would be happy to provide you with a safe and enjoyable experience.
I'm not going to repeat all of the great advice about the hearing and eye protection, it's not your fault since you are new to this, BUT the "Pro" that took you out should have shown you more respect and love. My advice avoid him in the future.LOVE your videos and your attitude is the BEST !
How do you hear the animals while hunting with ear protection on? Or are you supposed to take the time, movement, and noise risk to put on your eye and ear protection before every shot at game? Just curious....
I got so excited when I saw this posted! I hunt a lot myself and love to see people try it out! Do you need a ccp to use a shotgun in Florida or does Cizzle carry? Happy hunting! If it flies it dies, if it hops it drops!
Darci,u ought to try a semi automatic 20 gauge, you would like it much better. I'm 6'2 225 and I personally think a 20 is much nicer to shoot,faster handling and will drop most game as fast as a 12 gauge with good aim.
Darcie looks a little uncomfortable holding and shooting a shotgun. Almost as though she is holding left handed by mistake, when she should be shooting right handed. But that's only how it LOOKS on camera to me, at least from down under in Australia that is :)
Idiot, why would you ever have her shoot without earpro??? Good way to lose your hearing. Guy is cluless, plus a 100 pound girl with 3.5" magnum...Just idiotic. Run away from this guy as fast as you can.
One of my pet peeves is someone taking a girl or woman shooting and not preparing her for recoil. Darci could have been smacked really hard in the cheek by not getting her cheek down on the stock, and I know that shoulder hurt bad from shooting such a shell to start things off. Introduce shooting with the fun things and then work your way up. Hell, I don't even want to shoot 3 1/2 inch shells, even in a recoil reducing shotgun. No fun.
Good job. Yeah, I'm not much of a Shotgun guy myself but I have shot them. I prefer my AR or a 30/30 but that's just me. At least you got out there and tried. Brian, your boots speak for themselves. Just kidding!
Man, all these should'a could'a would'a comments are funny! lol. I'm from Florida, born and raised, and I don't know many people who go hunting wearing ear and eye protection.. I'v seen some people in video's wearing them, but i just figured they was city boys that also wear pink panties! lmao!
That 3 1/2in. magnum was a dirty trick, but hey, now that you have shot one of the worst, all others should be a cake walk..
I know it's small game season so ya'll had to use rim fire or shot guns, but if you was going to hunt during regular season, you need something like a .243, they have plenty of power but they don't kick like a mule.. I enjoy ya'll's video's, and no matter what people say, just keep being you and do as you please! Peace!!
Don't let them spoil your fun,, go out and try all different hunting you can. Sure safety gear is very important. But I will be honest I never deer hunt with ear or eye protection. Probably dumb but , I can hear the deer before I see them where I hunt. So its kind of a problem to limit my hearing. Granted when I'm target shooting,, I use protection for my ears at minimum,, I should probably have eye protection too. However, that was never taught when I was a kid so just becareful and go out and have fun. I'm not saying anyone is wrong,, just don't let them ruin your branching out.
Upset rant about viewers. You and Capt. Pat should have know better than to let Darci shoot a 3-1/2" buckshot round thru a pump shotgun. Then give her a .30 cal. revolver. I enjoy watching the fishing videos and would love to see some more shooting videos, that are done properly !
That was kind of a dick move giving her 3.5" mag shells. No one likes shooting those, and it makes new shooters flinch; they make old shooters flinch too. Shooting a shotgun should be fun and not hurt, not if it doesn't have to. Brian OMG you took the self defense shotgun, that's not a hunting gun. You guys should pick-up a Remington 870 12 gauge with a 28" barrel, that is the working mans shot gun. It's the shot gun that gets scratched in a duck boat, and tossed around in a truck with the other guns. But I liked the video, thumbs up
Good effort darcie! Honestly though, i would never start a thinner person with a 12 gauge, and 3 1/2 inch shells. All it does is make them not want to shoot again, and they learn nothing. I start people out on 22s and work up from there. If you want to hunt with a shotgun again, you could try a 20 gauge, and see how that works for you. Also next time try some electronic ear pro. it actually enhances the low sounds, so great for hunting, but cancels out loud sounds. capt. Pat says aww you don't need it. well ask someone who is almost deaf, or even worse has permanent ear ringing. here is a link to one of my favorite ones. https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00UAM0MFG/ref=mp_s_a_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1481430736&sr=8-3&pi=SY200_QL40&keywords=peltor+hearing+protection&dpPl=1&dpID=41y2VX0hjBL&ref=plSrch Hopefully you'll try shooting again. Guns can be alot of fun, and a great tool. Anyhow, Big Fan...Keep it up!!
I'm stoked that you got out there and tried hunting. I am surprised Capt. Pat didn't tell you about eye and ear protection. You prob rang your eardrum. It can make you feel sick. And if you shoulder a rifle w/a big shell like that and let the butt slip up & or over you can crack your collarbone. I'd rather see you fishin'. You didn't look comfortable. Peace.
Hi Robyn, Thanks for replying. I don't see any mention of that bikini company in her list of sponsors nor have I heard any mention of a bikini sponsor in her videos. She may be wearing that companies bikini but she doesn't mention them as a sponsor. What am I missing?
I love you two, so please don't take this negatively. But, I gotta agree with the safety first comments below. The concerns are all expressed with love. That said, I did grin all the way thru this upload. Darcie is such a trooper. My wife was tiny. I didn't even attempt to get her to shoot my 12 ga. I bought her a 20 ga, and within a VERY short time, she out shot me quite regularly.
Darci: Opt for a 20 gauge chambered for a 3" shell. that way you can shoot 2-3/4 or 3". they have lot less recoil than a 12 gauge. Also Use the electronic hearing protection, you can hear whats going on around you but taking a shot will get silenced. I just bought the wife some for her shooting time at the range. A 20 gauge slug is very effective with a lot less recoil. Then get a box or two of low base shells and do some practice shooting to get used to firing the weapon before going after game. It makes no sense to start with large caliber first. Capt. Pat may like shooting a 12 gauge but that isn't practical for you. I got my grandson a 20 gauge and he loves it.
we could. And I am also allowed to remind everyone that I have over 200 videos and they should use the search function. Did you see the "everyone?" I'm not talking to you. I'm talking to everyone and putting it in caps so people SEE the reminder. I also have a diving playlist to make these specific videos easier to find. I'm not going swimming until May, so it's helpful if I tell people how to find the videos NOW, instead of you waiting until summer for me to do it again.
Def. not gonna tell you how to run your channel, but a neat video might be of you trying out a .22 rifle at a gun range. They have no kick at all are much much much quieter (still need to wear plugs though). I think you'd have fun!
I'm not criticizing you in any way just want you to be careful. Those 12 ga. shotguns do hurt on both ends LOL! your fishing vids are so cool! I'm gonna try that peacock bass in Argentina for the 20 lbers next October. did not even know they had them in FLA?
you havent caught anything on plastic worms bcuz your not fishin it correctly Brian. you should look up how to properly fish on youtube,cuz i dont wanna type it out4 you, plus its less confusing if some1 demonstrates the proper technic. Arrtgh
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