Some years ago, my father's friend Vic got tired of the
squirrel in his feeder. As, I remember Dad telling the
story. Vic used to be a machinist. He is a vetran of world
war II. He died, some years ago. So, Vic's answer was to get
his .22 rifle, and shoot the squirrel. Another squirrel came
along, and also met his death. Vic gave up, after the 300th
Folks will suggest various air, spring, or rimfire guns.
Many people will have excellent ideas. To those, I wish to
add the suggestion of trying to find a use for a continuing
stream of dead rabbits. For, there will not be just one or
two. Perhaps you can add "mystery meat" to the casseroles
you give to widows and orphans? Perhaps you can clean them,
and sell the pelts to companys that sell rabbits feet for
luck charms, or makes blankets?
It may be a bit less noisy outdoors, if you keep the muzzle
a foot or so inside the house when you squeeze em off.
Telescope sight. Bench rest. Some internet research. Maybe
brain shots. Set up a target in the garden, and adjust your
scope. Since the range will be essentially the same each
time, from the window to the garden.
Christopher A. Young
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