Ven is known for its absolutely incredible stock of field hares, and that was the reason for our visit!
This time we headed out to Ven, an island that belongs to Sweden located between Sweden and Denmark.
The hunt was action packed with a lot of quick shots at fast moving game, a scenario perfectly suited for a red dot sight. The hares were hunted using a form of hunting that is called "folkdrev" in Swedish. This form of hunting usually done in a u-shaped formation. As the chain of people and dogs made their way past the pass shooters, the shooters joined the drive. This proved an extremely efficient way to flush out the field hares.
At the end of the day, the Micro S-1 had performed excellently and a staggering 160 hares were harvested. This might sound like an obnoxious amount to some hunters, but the massive population of hares on the island of Ven makes this a common occurrence.