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Gonk

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  1. If they are stabled I found it useful to let them see I am there before shooting as daft as it sounds!
  2. I have the varmint heavy stainless barrel in 223, shoots very very well! It's got a nice forest green laminate stock so can't comment on the hogue one.
  3. Fantastic ! Well done
  4. Gonk

    squirrel control

    Great news, keep at em Mice, made me laugh that. Well done to the gouse for offering it up too.
  5. Good luck mate. Shame you're off, definitely a good contributor to the forum. Enjoy !
  6. I bought my son one when was 8, now 12 and he still enjoys using it. It's fun to shoot and I like how light it is, ideal for a mooch about in the woods.
  7. Gonk

    squirrel control

    Ha, that made me smile
  8. Any challenge you could bring up would be around calibration of equipment, training of the operator or anything that could interfere with the readings. You have to weigh up whether you're able to demonstrate any of those vs the risk and cost of appearing. For me, you know you were speeding and don't know by exactly how much so I'd not go to court as painful as it is to accept the landing.
  9. This confirms my opinion that she was right, every story has at least two sides!!
  10. Hi grrclark In the second one with the extra footage it does look worse on the lady on the horse because she does ride towards and near the sabs. but they were never in any danger of being hit. It goes wrong when the sab tries to take control of the horse, he can't have been scared or intimidated by her actions, none of them are, the commentary from them sounds worse than the actual events in the footage. I'm still happy she did the right thing in seeing off the threat but take your point on her thinking before acting in the future.
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