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  1. Are those FAC air rifles? Some nice shooting there
  2. I have one of these drones and they are amazing. You do, however, have to be registered with the CAA (£9 a year, simple online test). The video quality is outstanding and the way it stabilises in breezy conditions is little short of remarkable. I've never managed to film a deer with it, though. Mine has been very useful for inspecting blocked gutters (on my own house) and taking photos of my new woodland. Here's a video I took in Cheltenham of someone else's trees:
  3. Very nice but you can see the lines. Try enabling ironing in your slicer?
  4. It's a great course - well worth doing. The police look favourably on those that have done it too when you're applying for a deer calibre
  5. Had a very enjoyable time at Kibworth Shooting Ground. For £10 they lent me a brand new Browning 725. Think it was defective, though, because it wasn't very accurate 😄
  6. It also looked dodgy in my rucksack and I didn't really have space anyway as it turns out
  7. I've decided to leave the shotgun at home. As far as I know, you can hire guns at the club and it's not as if mine is custom fitted or going to improve my lacklustre performance. I'll be travelling on a couple of trains and a coach. It's against their terms of carriage and I'd be worrying about it
  8. Even if it was a gun, I'd say "no, it's not dangerous". I will see how it looks in my rucksack...
  9. It's not listed on their conditions of carriage: https://tfl.gov.uk/corporate/terms-and-conditions/ticketing-and-travel-conditions-of-carriage The only references to firearms I can find is that you aren't allowed to film people using them: https://tfl.gov.uk/info-for/media/filming-and-photography/filming-and-photography-on-tfl?intcmp=1594 As far as I'm concerned, I'm covered by Section 19 of the Firearms Act. I very much doubt I'd be stopped if it's tucked into a bag
  10. Can you please link to this rule? I can't find the reference Hoping it will all be discharged somewhere near a clay pigeon, or at least in the same county
  11. Yes, that's probably the best way. It's only a Baikal so not too worried about it getting damaged
  12. I'm visiting a mate in Leicester this weekend and he's suggested we go clay pigeon shooting. Thought I'd take my shotgun with me rather than paying to hire them, but I'm coming back on the train. Anyone taken a shotgun (in a slip!) on public transport? I'd keep it on my person and can put the fore-end into my rucksack. Likely to have cartridges with me too, but I'll be carrying my licence.
  13. Just replying to get notification of the photos
  14. My uncle's company provided the plywood for the sets... (or is your uncle Danny's surname "Craig"?)
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