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  • Birthday 08/01/1984

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    Music, Shotgun Clay Shooting, Field Archery, The Hunter: Call of the Wild

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  1. Funnily enough I recieved a txt reminding me that the lesson is due, but I also got an email saying the Pay and Play is off until further notice. I've tried calling and also emailed to see if the lesson is still on, but i got no answer on the phone and am waiting for a responce to the email.
  2. Thanks Centrepin and Doitwithstyle , that's very helpful information. I was wandering how shooters records what they've shot, as I didn't know about the dongle / card. And it's great to hear the price is resonable, when I did my 1st lesson we got through 75 clays, so hopefully it won't be too expensive. Thanks for the infor have a great one. Billytheghillie, I got the email earlier today. There aren't enough emoji's to convey my disappointment 😞
  3. I hope you don't mind me asking. How does the play and pay work? Do you have to be a member of Bisley, and own your own shotgun? Also how much did it cost for you, as the lessons are about £105 not including the clays. I'm really hoping it much less than £100 each visit. I have an adult lesson at Bisley on the 8th of Jan, which I'm really looking forward to. It will be my 2nd lesson and I already want to get into clay shooting. I am planning on asking these questions when I have the lesson, but any info I can get from people who've done the pay and play would be great. Thanks AW
  4. Haha just the 1, but if I get another I’ll let you know. Thanks for all the advice; it’s certainly given me some good information. I’ll make sure to get some proper fixtures for it. I’m getting the feeling it would be a good idea to speak to the FEO for my area. I would like the cabinet in a wardrobe in my room, as I will be able to bolt it to the brick work of the house and there aren’t any casual visitors. I should be able to keep it out of sight. If I ever need to get a bigger cabinet, there’s space lol, but I’m not sure if that would be okay. Again thanks for all the advice and help Stay safe
  5. Hi I have some questions about where to put / install a shotgun cabinet. I'm still waiting for it to arrive, and I'd like to get some education on where would be the best place to install it. I'm new to shooting and this is my first gun cabinet, it's a small cabinet off Amazon (dirty pro tools™ 3 GUN SHOTGUN CABINET POLICE APPROVED RIFLE GUNS SAFE APPROVED WITH 7-LEVER LOCKS A122), my intention is to only have 1 shotgun inside. Any advice would be appreciate. Thanks in advance
  6. Well having checked again for those Awesafe ear muffs they became available on amazon, so got some on the way Oooo you raise a good point, is there anyway of water proofing them. Maybe wiping some wax on the seems or something, thanks
  7. Thanks for the advise and suggestions everyone. Those Awesafe ear muffs look good especially for the price . I didn't even think the muff would knock against the comb of the stock, lIttle shame to hear. But as many of you have said I could just raise the muff a bit. The Napier Pro 9 those didn't even pop up when I was searching. I was wandering if the ear plugs didn't protect as much as the muffs do. Thanks again for the advise and suggestions.
  8. Hi there, I've been looking at ear defenders / hearing protection for clay shooting. I would like some advise from people on what works good. I've been thinking about ear plugs, rather than ear muff, but I would like some advise. As I'm not sure what the decibel reduction needs to be. Any advise would be helpful. Thanks
  9. Hello everyone, I've very new to shooting and very much want to get into it, and I've been wanting to join a forum to get some info, and after some searching I decided to join up.
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