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Terry2016

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    About Terry2016

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    • Birthday 21/04/1978

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      Hunting, Fishing and Outdoor Pursuits.

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    1. That looks and sounds delicious, I do enjoy it when people share recipes.. thats what its about.. I will give this a try.. Thank you for posting Terry
    2. They look great, well done. One observation would be to pack them with hay the ducks like to nest in something warm. I look forwards to some pictures of young dropping out...
    3. Howa, I may have a full set up for sale soon... How black hawk talon 1500, 223, scope , bipod, moderator and sling.. fired very few rounds super accurate.. atb Terry
    4. lets not condemn the man, he has not been found guilty as yet....
    5. The size of big bag days does not matter, a 1000 in a day or a 1000 in a season its still 1000 birds after all. (not that i have ever shot a thousand birds in a day or been on a shoot that does) but i believe what matters to me is that the birds are reared correctly, shot humanly where possible, picked and used for consumption. My view is this, the bigger estates provide more managed land, and from that comes a proven track record of improved conservation benefits, providing economical benefits to the estate and local community. Smaller shoots can deliver the very same on a smaller scale if done to best practice standards. There is nothing wrong with either, in fact both are great for the countryside if done correctly. Its really a personal choice and in many cases if you can afford it. For me its really about making sure that any shoot I attend follows best practice before and after the shoot if they do not.. I will not attend simple.
    6. Great move forwards for Eley, its good to see the shooting industry using innovation before they are pushed too. I agree there are bigger problems with regards to environmental problems however if all industries do there bit it will be reduced. I will definetly give them a go and if they perform well, i will keep using them. I wonder if they will have produced wildfowling loads ready for the next season, i do hope so.
    7. I had a look on the CG stand at the shooting show and I have to say, the guns they produce are very good for the money. I did have a look at the revenant and it was a great looking gun, instantly drew my eye. For practical use its a little to bling for my taste in the field but very nice looking and for the money I don't think many guns come close in terms of looks at that price range. I have CG in 20g and it does fit me very well .. which is unusual as i tend to find brownings heavier action guns fit me normally.. For years I had heard bad things about CG but I am very impressed with my 20g its pretty, stops pigeons pheasants and partridge stone cold at good ranges..what more can you want?
    8. Thats great ... and i do love the term Lycra Lout .. I am going to use that
    9. Agreed, hence I will not be booking... the ad does read well... but i can miss the pigeons on my own land FOC just as well ...
    10. I have read the advert, and to be honest it looks a good day, you are guaranteed to shoot a minimum of 285 shots and for every cartridge under that figure you are reimbursed £3.50 with a minimum charge of £250 for the day. The confidence in the advert sells it very well.. although i will not be booking on.. ATB Terry
    11. Super going from strength to strength ... the more voices the better for all shooting sports. Well done BASC!
    12. Arghh the beloved dog walkers and ramblers... :-) lol
    13. Well that is indeed good news..I am pleased the adventure is working out.. the membership offer does sound a great one..
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