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Ttfjlc

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    South Lincolnshire
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    I'm in a small DIY pheasant shoot, enjoy plinking with my HW100 and I'm a member of 2 wildfowling clubs on the Wash.

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  1. I would like to get out on the shore more often to increase my chances of getting a few pinks.
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    Fleas

    You can get advocate online pal
  3. Chances are we won't see yours either, likewise with mine.
  4. Evening all, I was just wondering if anybody in the Oil Heating trade could possibly take the time to answer some career guidance questions please? If so could you PM me? Cheers
  5. I'm so pleased that England won it, can't honestly say I've seen a final that closely contested, however I was wondering what people's thoughts were regarding the pitches during the World Cup? Bob Willis said they weren't the best, Kane Williamson said they weren't what they were expecting and I personally thought playing at the 'home of cricket' the pitch for the final should of been a belter but didn't seem great, for Joe Root to only get 7 runs from 30 balls tells a tale.
  6. Good question, as we are all different we all have our own opinions as to what is ethical or not. If you had just said you'd shot a rabbit at 150 yards with an air rifle I would of more than likely laughed, but because you had said what gun you used then I didn't really bat an eyelid, reason being I've seen enough airgun hunting videos from Matt Dubber to know what those guns can do.
  7. Huh! Fancy not reading the wind right at 150 yards! amateur.... on a serious note it's one helluva shot to attempt, those FX guns are great bits of kit.
  8. I believe unless I'm mistaken the rabbit must of been right side on when UltraStu took the shot.
  9. Thanks for 2 very detailed replies, it's quite clear you are putting in a lot of effort which from what I've read is helping Ted a great deal, funnily enough someone said to me a few years ago that cockers only work when they scent something worth hunting for. My son and I both have Labradors, it was my son's first dog and my reason is for wildfowling. I must admit that one of the guns on my dad's DIY syndicate has a lovely black and white Springer, very calm temperament and lacking just that extra drive to not please trial judges but would please me as it would be quite happy sat in a creek on the marsh.
  10. What a great read this has been, interesting to note what the Judge said, are trials that much different to working tests? I only ask as I have heard of people saying trial dogs are no good as they have had their natural ability stifled, whereas your Judge said about letting Ted getting back onto it himself? I'm glad you included the 2 times he took off, I was beginning to think you were making this look too easy.
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    Rifle scope ?

    Hawke and Nikko Sterling are a good start point to do some research, if money is tight then don't be put off looking at the 2nd hand market, plenty of good used scopes for various budgets.
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    Airgun tuning

    Tony Burton in South Lincolnshire uses Vortek kits, he did my dad's hw35 and it gave it a new lease of life.
  13. I have spent hours reading about hw100s when I was looking to get one and since getting one I've read a lot more stuff on that forum, one thing that's very apparent is cloverleaf certainly knows his stuff. Some of his posts/topics are fascinating, the technical aspects are very impressive.
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