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TIDES EDGE

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  1. TIDES EDGE

    Pheasant disease

    If you have a history of diseases and are using the same pens again it is worth talking to your vet and getting in some of the appropiate medicines for them . I have just had a meeting with ours and got what we need as we always get problems and cant move the pen so he has agreed that prevention is a wise move and I will treat them after 10 days of arrival.
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    Steel Shot or Wasting My Time?

    Lawn Ranger there is nothing wrong with steel but as others have said you need to use 32gm 5 or 4 shot .
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    Turdus philomelos

    Mistle Thrush.
  4. Figgy I have not found any better than Gamebore I am currently using Jaguar hunting 32gm No 4 on crows and they are devastating through half choke and they were cheap.
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    Very, definite, possible, maybe.

    I doubt you will get many pigeons on it until it is harvested but blacks will as others have said pull up the new shoots so get out there and protect the crop.
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    Soybeans!

    Good to hear all the banter but to get back to masmiffy original question the answer is yes they will hammer it when it first comes up so good luck .
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    .655 & .675 chokes for steel

    Old farrier that's what I was trying to say .
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    .655 & .675 chokes for steel

    Just a thought but would the extra thickness of the wads in steel cartridges make all chokes tighter .
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    ID taxidermy

    Looks like a bad female pochard to me.
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    Just a thought...plastic wads

    As I have said before on other posts Game Bores fibre cup is the way forward and should be used in all cartridges mass production would bring the cost down they make them in 65mm steel clay cartridges so it is possible.
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    A bit of a rarity.

    Odd things do turn up I saw a Hoopoe on Sunday.
  12. The £30 is for associate membership I am sure Alan will be on here soon to clarify when he has finished writing his chapter on his new book.
  13. There is no waiting list.
  14. TIDES EDGE

    Canal walk

    I read some where that there are more Mandarins in this country than in their native country we see loads of them in Kent.
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    Blackneck Vs Bazanty Pheasants

    We had Bazanties for the first time this year they were a nightmare from day one ok so this last season was bad for wandering but they were no where to be found on the plus side the few that did stay flew realy high many to good for our guns but I think they did not land on our estate. We are not having them again going for a Bazantie cross this year .
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