Kinda hard not to gut a pheasant, unless you wait long enough for a wider spread.
Haha!! Thanks Bear!! Not being very computer savvy, just trying to figure out how guys like you and SQWIB get that world class Q-view!! I also don't want to overload the servers, and judging by how long these take to load, I'm afraid I'm not on the right track.
By the way, the first 2 photos (same pic in 2 different sizes) were taken in your home state of PA at TNT shooting grounds. If I remember correctly that was a pheasant meeting an untimely end. Or it might have been a chuckar, can't remember now. I do remember it wasn't the best shot as I pretty much gutted the bird. Got caught by surprise and was a little behind on swinging through the bird. The gun is my Grandfather's 1936 Model 12 Skeet with a factory installed Cutts Compensator. He won a couple state skeet championships with it in the 40's and 50's. It's probably had close to a million rounds through it and the bore is still like a mirror. I did have to adjust the take down lug 1 notch about 10 years ago though. 1 notch in 78 years isn't too bad! As far as I know, it's still on ALL it's original parts, including the firing pin. Hope I can say the same at 78 years young.
Oh, and to get the pic, I was wearing a Gopro camera on my head recording HD video. Just pulled a few frames out of the video. I looked a little goofy, but got some pretty good footage.