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When I was a teenager, I was rabbit hunting when a little, tiny tweety bird flushed from a sagebrush right at my feet. It scared the bejeebies out of me and as it flittered away, I aimed my .22, shot, and hit it at around 25'. While I was an excellent shot with that old .22 (once put 10 shots under a dime at 50'), it was pretty lucky (though not so much so for the bird).

I also flushed a coyote one time and was trying to put the sneak on him when a jack rabbit flushed at my feet. I pointed my rife (a .270 - I was coming back from deer hunting) without even looking through the scope and pretty much obliterated the rabbit before he got more than 10 feet away.

Both were pretty much once (or does that make it twice?) in a lifetime shots.
 
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