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  1. Hi guys , looking for some reviews on this jacket ,?? Need it for beating /picking up not shooting in ,is it what I would call a sweat box type or more comfortable when it's used on milder days like we have here in cornwall during winter ? Thanks in advance
  2. Hi all looking for some feedback on buying one of these for holidays ,always just had a suitcase but just wondered about these being able to store away when not in use .i have an Aussie mate who does mega amount of travelling and swears by them unfortunately you can't buy his make in the uk (won't export ) so anyone out there using one of these ??and looking for something of good quality from uk thanks in advance 👍👍
  3. Sorry if you have already seen this but mate just told me about this German lady's afd co leaders speech on brexit in the Bundestag that's the sort of women we need to stand up to our parliament !!!!! .sorry don't know how to put the YouTube link up
  4. Well rimfire ,you missed them this year over the valley from you on the 25 march over the ponds down toward the beach .the earliest that we have ever seen them 8 in total ,myself and the farmer who's ponds they were flying /over believe they then travel on up country ??
  5. Hi ,did anything come about regarding having these polo shirts being made ??
  6. Still plenty down here at the moment (Cornwall ) seen 9 last night out foxing, once again 3 all together
  7. Here them quite regular on my patch certain fields they like sometimes you get 2/3 together making your possible noises this is using my thermal spotter and nv scope to confirm ?
  8. We have tried sorghum on several occasions and more hit and miss with weather when growing down here ,last year would have been brilliant with all the heat but you can get caught out with the wrong summer with this here in cornwall maize is far better growing temp wise .Growing kale is fine but issues are that the ground has been heavily growing commercially cauliflowers for the last 5years and we struggle with club root 😡😡even to the point we have planted utopia which brights said was club root resistant ,when they saw a sample they changed there wording for it
  9. Thanks for that reply ,I just wondered if the maize had any damage from the badgers or deer looking for the cobs or they left it alone ??
  10. Hi ,I know the Game season has only just finished ,but Iam looking ahead for working out our game cover for next season .Has anyone tried the no cob maize I think it's called foxxi ,apparently it doesn't in a normal summer produce cobs ,the reason we're maybe looking at this maize is to not have the badgers /deer knocking it down to get to the cobs which we have a problem here with .prefer maize over kale as we have acres and acres of cauliflower s grown on our shoot ,have anyone out tried this maize any feedback would be great thanks in advance
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    White Stuff!!

    Bl----dy mad down here in Cornwall snowed heavy and we don't normally get it had to abandon our shoot this afternoon 👎👎
  12. I unfortunately shot one around 10 yrs ago same white wings ,it had come back for 3 seasons and on the first season our syndicate said we would leave it alone ,it used to come back to the same piece of valley every year on the 4 season a little further away I was a back gun facing into a bright sun Woodcock back was called I saw the bird flying towards me took aim fired and killed it. , to say I was gutted is a under statement ,haven't shot a woodcock since
  13. Cornish lad

    Warts

    That's correct starve it of air job done
  14. Cornish lad

    Warts

    Clear nail varnish applied often keep covered warts dropped off in two weeks
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