Went out to look for a bunny or something on the farm today but instead came across a big old crow sitting in the tree. It was about 15-18m away, I pulled out my torque from my pocket and loaded some 3/8" steel into thr pouch. The quietness was shattered by the sound of the 3/8" steel penetrating deep into the crows chest. Well it was more or less the base of its neck. The shot dropped in about 2" low of where I wanted, but proving the benefits of a good hunting setup, it still put the crow to the ground as it fell about 7m out of the tree. The crow was about 10-15 seconds away from being completely lifeless, and even though it was not 100% necessary, I made a quick follow-up headshot, which killed it instantly. Before you ask or criticise, yes you are allowed to control crows in specific areas of Australia. The place I live actually has a bounty for the crows although I don't worry about it. The reason for controlling them in my area is that large amounts of crows prey on the newborn lambs. One with the slingshot won't do much but I do control them with a rifle which helps to keep their numbers down. Thanks for taking the time to read.