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  1. Hi guys just wondering where do people locate their magnets and flappers in a horseshoe pattern. If using both together and using them separately. Cheers Rory.
  2. I haven't been decoying for over three years and this is now sitting in a garage gathering dust. Most of this equipment came from Will at UK Shoot Warehouse. I want £100, no offers please, and you will have to collect from Herne Bay, Kent. 1 Very large tank net 1 Small scrim 1 Rotor with arms 1 Flapper and remote 40 Woodie shells Large bag Game bag 4 Poles 2 Floater poles Advantage timber jacket, hood & trousers medium No seat LB
  3. Looking for the above with timer if possibile, anything considered, but looking for a good quality one. Don't need a battery as I have a few from my magnet. Thanks, JB
  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 nowhere nearby to build a hide where it won't stick out like a sore thumb. Does this matter? I remember reading that Archie Coates said it wasn't good to have a hide in open ground but other people seem to say it doesn't matter? The second issue which I'm having is when shooting over the drilled barley. There are always lots of birds on the ground when I arrive, but once I've built my hide and set out the decoys the birds will not come back into the field. It's not that they're seeing the pattern and shying away as if there is something wrong with it, they are just flying over without showing the least sign of interest in the pattern whatsoever. There is conifer wood across the road behind the area where I have to set up and I get occasional shots as they make their way into that, but they will not come back into the field. I only have shell decoys at the moment, which I couple with some dead birds. Would a flapper or a rotary make a big difference in pulling the birds off of their flightpath or might I be doing something fundamentally wrong? Thanks very much for your patience with a beginner! Williegunn88
  5. **Update** This has to be a complete score for a new shooter! I am selling my Beretta A400 Xplor Action (28" with Kick-Off) on GunWatch - http://www.gunwatch.co.uk/guns/10406-Beretta-A400-Xplor-Action-Kick-Off-for-sale The gun, Slip, 2 Slings, ammo belt, 500+ rounds of ammo, + all the kit listed below for £1500 (I must be nuts!) Plus - If this goes in one lump I will then offer a Brattonsound Sentinel (SL7+) 6-7 gun safe with lockable internal ammo compartment for an additional £150 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The 'lot' below can be sold separately to the gun deal listed above. This has everything you will need to get pigeon whooping. Everything is in great condition. The job lot - £350 Severely restricted capability for picture uploading, so ping me a message and I will email them over to you. 1 x Ameristep Brickhouse Blind (With Carry Bag) - (Easily big enough for 2 large lads). 1 x Ameristep HD APG Cammo Foldable Chair. 2 x 7ft x (bloody long) HD APG Cammo Nets for Hide Building. 1 x large square HD APG Cammo Net for Hide Top. 7 x Good Quality Hide Poles (don't ask what happened to pole no. 8) 1 x Large Green Kit Bag for Cammo Nets etc. + Pole Slots on Outside. 1 x Pigeon Magnet . 2 x Silo - Flappers for Magnet. 1 x Battery for Magnet. 12 x Silo-Sock Decoys 1 x Cammo Holdall for Magnet & Decoys
  6. Hi there, i am looking at investing in some new equipment, specifically a magnet and flapper, but would you suggest that both were required and if so what sort of set up, is it easy to attach a flapper and can anyone recommend a website with any good deals. Many Thanks
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