Well, I really am battling with my wallaby shooting. Having gone out to watch and learn from he local licensed shooter - and dodged the dratted things on the road... finding them is the problem at the moment (they are there vast numbers), plus a few rifle and light hassles when I do. I kind of believe in shooting dead, if shoot at all, so I tend to err on the side of caution. But last night and early this morning, I got nowhere again - compared to the pro who would shoot 40-50 in an hour - and we saw 100+. I only saw 6, and only even tried to shoot at 2... missed and managed to have the bolt not eject the spent cartridge properly and the rifle misfire the second try. The rifle I using has a very touchy bolt - if you work it too hard, it comes right out (and shouldn't) and if you do it gently doesn't extract well...
On the positive side, my carrots and beets are coming up well, and lettuce is flourishing and we're still getting a few tomatoes!
Anyway, will sort it. Just like Barbs computer, which is part way fixed.
I'm going to put some effort into another Bolg short this morning.