Longrange blog 69: Haenel Jaeger 9

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Shooting a single shot kipplauf in 7x57R. Hopefully this rifle will be used for "the perfect stalk".

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Hello Young and promissing :-)

Just a little reminder regarding the Docter Sight. If you do not thighten and/or loosen the set screws on your sight after adjusting you will experiance odd points of impact or no change at all. If you do not lossen the set screws before adjusting you will eventually destroy the adjustmaent mechanism in your Docter sight.

Author — Jaktdepotet As

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Great to see a new video from you. How are you finding shooting without a suppressor? Have you considered going with a low power variable scope, maybe a nice 1-4, instead of the red dot?

Author — surgeon591

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interesting choice of sight, though I have to say its a lot better looking on a sporting rifle than any hunting scope I've ever seen.

Author — JazzYolo

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Good to see you are back with new videos.

Author — RoeStalker

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I wait too long for new video from you :))

Thanks!

Author — MrHunterBN

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Nice vids... are pistols/revolvers legal for civilians ir Norge?

Author — BalticBuffalo

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I would still have a scope on any hunting rifle -- except perhaps a rifle for truly dangerous game.

Author — GetMeThere1

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I had a Ruger #1 in .270 similar to this single shot you are using. Challenging and sporting for the hunter but when you get right down to it...a quick follow-up is perhaps more humane in the thick stuff. Get a dog to help you blood trail...German Shorthairs & Jack Russells are great for that. I take it this was a "left over" video from before that you have edited to get something on the blog?? We are ecstatic to see you back on-line from your "forced break" !

Author — CR Rains

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Yes a short range stalking rifle should point like a shotgun and this rifle should do that especially with the Docter optic.Often when jumping game from its bed you get the ass end going away or what we call the Texas-heart-shot. On roe it will make little difference but for boar or big stag the BarnesX, Hornady GMX etc. bullets will allow penetration thru to the vitals past the paunch. I shot an elk with a Barnes X that got the right pelvis, right kidney, left lung and exited the left shoulder.

Author — CR Rains

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nice to see new video. i was wondering if you had take a break form this.!

Author — viking9934

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Interesting choice in caliber for a custom rifle.

Author — Tyrone Alwin

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this gun difficult to load and unload in winter...

Author — ilganis

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Interesting rig...I think maybe the Docter sight was the only real issue in the video. I can't help but think though, this Haenel is just an expensive version of the Baikal Single Shot Rifle....

Author — c s

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The red dot, even a Docter,  is not the best option for any hunting rifle if you want to shoot beyond 50 yards. It is still intended for quick aiming and Shooting, i.e. on a driven hunt. Kipplauf rifles are considered Slim, beautiful and elegant and can be rather pricey.Zeroing in needs a a couple of rounds, at least take two shots, better three, before checking and adjusting and taking the next three shots.

Author — robbierobt

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Man må bære elsk litt norsk på youtube. On point.

Author — Valevi Moe

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Not a great design to have to close the top lever yourself, even cheapo single barrel shotguns will snap shut by themselves when you close them. 

Author — ro eng

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Jamming the handle shut is NOT recommended. Adds unnecessary tension to that delicate system. Just let the lever snap into the shut position.

Author — Howard Laly

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Wish they sold the haenel 9 in the states

Author — Deej

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de plus un viseur point rouge c'est fait pour tirer 50 mètre maxi

Author — jc73

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Does the top snap (lever) not go into battery when the gun is closed hence you manually push it after the gun is shut, another video with the another hanel jaeger nine same thing, ????

Author — Kevin Robbin