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  1. Hahaha yes definitely a knack to it and lots of practice! I’ve tried with mine and sound like a dying duck 😂🤣
  2. Primos crow caller, is an awesome bit of kit when used correctly, I’ve watched a very good friend use one to very good effect on carrion crows and jackdaws
  3. Sounds to me like you had a very good/ enjoyable morning out! Well done mate 👏🏻
  4. Ive just shared to Instagram through the shooting community and gun dog owners, hopefully will spread far and wide and they will get re united with there owners
  5. I have a sealand coat can’t recall which one at present but very good coat I spent a day in the Cumbrian hills in appalling weather (none stop rain all day) and I remained dry! I’d definitely recommend them. I can’t vouch for it but I also came across this one by Deerhunter when I was looking. Seems a very good price on sale https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F112118765790
  6. 👌🏻 Sounds like an enjoyable days shooting to me
  7. Appologies as this is a bit off topic, as a newbie I have a genuine question and some thoughts. The question:- is it common practice to decoy at sitty trees/roost trees? The thoughts behind the question:- if the pigeons are going to the sitty trees to chill out/digest food why would they be interested in “feeding” decoys? Surely they've already had their fill and wouldn’t be interested. then more or less the same point, if they’re going in to roost and have been out gorging all day surely they just want to rest up for the night obviously as I said I’m new to this and am by no means saying these tac tics don’t work, but to me it would make more sense to decoy into a field of crop and put the hide on a hedgerow/ somewhere as inconspicuous as possible
  8. Mines the awd model, also manual. Nice motors and they drive and handle well too
  9. Ford kuga, I have an 09 plate 2l tdci that’s now done 125,000 miles of near faultless motoring, it’s taken up and down the country on multiple occasion’s it’s been to Italy (lake Garda) and back faultlessly, carries all my fishing gear and shooting gear about regularly, I wouldn’t hesitate having another one! nice and cheap to service, don’t know the exact mpg (I have a heavy foot) but does well on fuel,
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    Breaking sky news.....turns out she’s a duel national.......and apparently the home office have made an order depriving her of her citizenship http://news.sky.com/story/is-bride-shamima-begum-having-british-citizenship-removed-11642230
  11. Thank you both for your responses, I had been considering following it up after giving him some time to mull it over but wasn’t sure if it was the right thing to do, but after reading that I shall try him again next week if I’ve not heard anything back 👍🏻
  12. Give some of the local yards a call, I’d hazaard a guess at one of them will offer that service,.
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    I can’t remember where I saw it, quite possibly a headline I skimmed over. Either way they don’t deserve trial or incarceration unless of course we are talking trial by rifle.
  14. Got taken out on a horse farm this evening. 1 bunny down with .22 rimfire not much about = 204
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