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These pictures are to show that a different entry and exit wound locations are needed, depending on the position of target in relation to position of the shooter, to ensure the pellet travels directly through the brain

 

This shot was taken from a slightly elevated position

Closeup of headshot (24/10/04)

The entry wound can clearly be seen between the eye & ear

(the rabbit received a direct hit in the brain, and did not suffer)

This shot was taken from a level side on position

Closeup of headshot (24/10/04)

The exit wound can clearly be seen between the eye & ear

(the rabbit received a direct hit in the brain, and did not suffer)

This shot was taken from a lower position (rabbit was on a banking)

The rabbit wasn't a proper side on shot, so the entry & exit wounds are different

Closeup of headshot (24/10/04)

The entry wound can clearly be seen just behind the eye

The exit wound was its other ear

(the rabbit received a direct hit in the brain, and did not suffer)

This shot was taken from a level side on position

The entry wound can clearly be seen between the eye and ear

(the fox received a direct hit in the brain, and did not suffer)

This shot was taken from a slightly elevated position

The entry wound can clearly be seen between the eye and ear

(the fox received a direct hit in the brain, and did not suffer)

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