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  1. I’m fairly new to the air gun pest control areas as I have been target shooting in my back yard for a few months now with my mrs . I was wondering if there were any opportunities to gain permission to shoot on on within deeside (North Wales) also don’t know if I’m in the right forum I currently own a SMK PR900W .22 and am shooting superdome pellets to begin with I would like the opportunity for daytime shooting to get used to it .. I would also be willing to tidy any area I have permission on by getting rid of litter as I go many thanks Josh
  2. Hi Guys, I've shot clays a few times and I've decided it's a sport I would like to get into. I'm from North Yorkshire and I was wondering if anyone knew of any clubs in the area (rather than just experience day type venues) I found one in Barwick-in-Elmet which seems excellent (£35 for 50 clays including instructor, gun hire and cartridges). You turn up for 3 of the instructor led sessions and then you can become a member if they think you're competent (I'm not a certificate holder) This is the kind of thing I'm after, and it's a very good option, but I was
  3. Thankyou for accepting me. My father and i are applying for our shotgun licence and are looking at purchasing a shotgun(each) for clay pigeon and occasional real pigeon but as being new to this we are unsure what one to get iv been looking and the Browning 525 sporter 12g, the beretta silver pigeon one 30" 12g or maybe a miroku does anyone recommend any of these or anything else around about that price range?
  4. Hi all, I wonder if I might ask for a little help with a few decoying issues which I'm having. I'm an experienced shooter but most of my pigeon shooting has always been roost shooting or flight lining and decoying is fairly new to me. I've been shooting pigeons on two fields, one of newly drilled game crop seeds and one of drilled barley. At first the old strip of game crop still ran along the middle of the field and made building a hide near the feeding area easy and I had some good shooting. This has now been ploughed up and the pigeons are still feeding on the seed but there is now
  5. So at 5.30am on Friday my alarm went off that the day had finally arrived that I was heading over to meet up with Andrew (Elk Hunter on here) for a beginners day in deer stalking. Everything going well until I hit some crappy morning traffic on the M6 but that out the way and managing to make up a little time I was only a couple of minutes late and all was looking good and the rain that I'd seen forecast was no where to be seen with pretty much clear blue skies ... On the way over Andrew gave me an overview of what the day had in store for me and once we arrived kitted up and made our way
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