Takes me back to my teens, when we hunted LA swamprabbits with beagles. I started out with a 12 ga. M-12, then a M-37 .410. Finally got a T/C .410 pistol. Rabbits aren't hard to kill.
We would skin them in the woods, wash them in a drain or bayou, put them in bread wrapper sacks in our hunting vests. Several swampers and you were packing a load.
This was in Red River bottom land hardwoods. Mom made a great rabbit gumbo and when we got back to the house, she'd feed us in front of a roaring fire. Great memories on cold Saturdays.
Rabbit gun with my custom walnut grips. Factory grip had sharp edges, not real comfortable to shoot 3" shells. Wore the pistol in this Lawrence holster.