Kill the Wabbits, Kill the Wabbits . . .

Dontcha just love multitaskers? It turns out that Winchester’s PDX1 Defender ammo doesn’t just terrorize watermelon crops. It’s also awfully good at helping manage the jackrabbit population on Rancho de los Kees. But only if you’re vewy, vewy quiet . . . .


  1. avatar David W. says:

    .223 for rabbits? Back in my day we just used .22 shorts!

    Wait… Aren’t I younger than foghorn?

    Great now I feel old.

    1. avatar Bob says:

      I’m surprised to the rabbit in one piece.

      1. avatar tylerkee says:

        Headshots. Nick continues his streak. 5-0

    2. avatar Sean Cronin says:

      Isn’t really expensive to kill rabbits with the nearly unobtainable .223?

  2. avatar ChrisMcLain says:

    I thought it was duck season….

      1. avatar Jim R says:

        Duck season! FIRE!!

        1. avatar Albert Wong says:

          Sorry! No more buwwetts!

          WAIT! One buwwett weft!

  3. avatar WA_2A says:

    I’ve heard 5.7 x 28 mm is effective for hunting jackrabbits (but not much else). Using a suppressed PS90 to clear out “Ranch de los Kees” sounds pretty great.

  4. avatar Ralph says:

    The only pwoper gun for shooting wascally wabbits is a double-bawweled shotgun. Just ask Cwazy Joe Biden.

  5. avatar joecr says:

    Are jack rabbits palatable? I was thinking about getting a permit to hunt small game & wanted to find out what would be tasty from small game in Utah.

    1. avatar Ralph says:

      They’re palatable. Coyotes love ’em.

      The famous dish called hasenpfeffer is typically made from hare (jackrabbit).

      1. avatar David W. says:

        Everything is palatable if you cook it properly. Don’t be afraid to hit things with a hammer for a few hours before you cook it either.

      2. avatar Mina says:

        Thems good eatin.

        Course’n I been known to eat squirrel, possum … if it ain’t moving I’ll pretty much et it.

        1. avatar William Burke says:

          POSSUM? I once worked with a country-as-all-getout black man, never went to school, couldn’t read or write.
          But one time the conversation turned to possum. He told me he used to eat ’em all the time.

          Until one day, walking through the woods, he saw one eating its way out of the hiney-ho of a rotting horse carcass.

          Kind of a carrionic thruway.

        2. avatar Ralph says:

          @Mina, I ate squirrel once. It was dry and disgusting, with an aftertaste of acorns. OTOH, hare and rabbit are very tasty.

      3. avatar William Burke says:

        I think we need to discern the difference between “edible” and “palatable”. It’s a fine point of distinction, with “edible” winning by a nose over “palatable”.

        1. avatar David W. says:

          I don’t know about that William, I’ve eaten stuff that was edible but not palatable. I’ve always seen palatable as “Put it in your mouth and be able to keep it in your mouth long enough to swallow, and it stays in your stomach long enough for your body to derive some nutrients from it” and edible as “Won’t kill you. Probably.”

          MRE’s are in the edible pile, and jack-rabbit is in the palatable pile.

        2. avatar BobS says:

          ALL mushrooms are edible, but some only ONCE…..

    2. avatar Randy Drescher says:

      Yes, you put it in pot with water & a stone & then bring it to a boil, when you can stick a fork in the stone walla! it’s done, garnish & serve, Randy

  6. avatar Aharon says:

    .223 for rabbits? What do you guys use for mountain lions?

    1. avatar jwm says:

      Remember, Nick is part of a sponsored shooting team now. The .223 is probably free and sent to his door. That makes his shooting the SCAR at wabbits cheaper than me or you potting them with our rimfires.

  7. avatar dwb says:

    mmmm. i love rabbit. impressive shooting.

  8. avatar tylerkee says:

    Also worth mentioning that these rabbits are sitting in the freezer of my gastroadventurous friend. I can’t wait to see how they turn out.

  9. avatar jwm says:

    Didn’t see any PETA marked drones while you were wabbit hunting did you?

  10. avatar Jeh says:

    Why would you use a 223 for rabbit killing? 22lr works just fine.

    1. avatar Ralph says:

      Zombie wabbits. They don’t die easy. That’s why Nick goes for the head shots.

  11. avatar CJ says:

    .22 CCI Stingers will do the same thing. Head shots look like someone took an ice cream scoop to the silly wabbit.

  12. avatar Brett says:

    The link is for handgun ammo…?

  13. avatar ScottyV says:

    Tell Nick to lose the timiny trigger ad in his otherwise nice looking gun, we get the fact he is on shooting team now, but the rabbits and coyotes have no interest in douchey ads on his gun, and neither do I 🙂

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