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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. New to the shooting game, well The hunting game. So are there any easy reference guides for quarry, and general shooting matters?
  3. has anyone used noble nsi classic carts ive just got a slab and asked to report back on how ive found them
  4. Afternoon all, without me delving forums and internet does anyone have any experience on the basis of which shooting insurance to go with as from what I gather the 2 main ones (basc) and (basa) have considerable different costings, is there a particular reason for this, and what benefits does each give?
  5. The next Shooting for the Future course is scheduled for the 28th April at the GWCT's demonstration shoot in Loddington. The course is all about improving your shooting and your shoot management. Not to be missed https://basc.org.uk/sporting-service...or-the-future/ The booking is done through the GWCT's website, but I'm happy to field enquiries
  6. Excellent used condition Alan Paine Shooting Set. Looking for £120+ postage Please do message with offers/questions Alan Paine Rutland Tweed Forest Jacket Size Small - fits big RRP: £199.95 Alain Paine Rutland Tweed Forest Breeks Size 30-31 Missing other side of buckle as picture - should be an easy fix £109.95 Alan Paine Rutland Tweed Forest Flat Cap Size Medium RRP: £44.95 Total RRP: £354.85 Jacket Features: • Waterproof And Breathable 5000 Mm / 5000 Mvp • Two Cartridge Pockets With Eyelet Drainage Holes • Two Handwarmer Pockets With Flap Retainer Straps • Two Way Heavy Duty ZKK Zipper • Internal Secure Pocket • Soft Moleskin Collar For Comfort • Detachable Throat Tab • Elastic Back Panel • Anti-wicking Strip Hem • Knitted Windbreaker Cuffs • Weight 550g • 60% Wool | 25% Acrylic | 10% Polyester
  7. Are you from Scotland and enjoy spending time in the countryside? Then you could help me with my dissertation by filling out this survey! The survey is completely anonymous and should only take a few minutes of your time. The aim of the study is to find out Scottish people’s attitudes towards wolves and any groups of people that may conflict with wolves if they were released into the Scottish countryside. The study is purely hypothetical and is not related to any real wolf reintroduction project but aims to investigate this relatively new area of discussion. I am myself not for or against the reintroduction of wolves to Scotland, this is just an area of interest with relatively little recent research. Thank you for any replies. https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=-rKZc65vv0mnaFhQugcXP4hCSKZq3-pDkKNgciG031JUNkw3R1JXRUZZSEM2QzMzNEJOVVZOWkRZVi4u
  8. · Fold up hide with carry strap· Opens out to provide lay-down concealment, simply sit up and shoot · Perfect for the marshes · Padded seat and head area for comfort · Adjustable and easy to carry For more details - http://www.a1decoy.co.uk/wildfowl-lay-down-hide-1889-p.asp own Hide · Fold up hide with carry strap · Opens out to provide lay-down concealment, simply sit up and shoot · Perfect for the marshes · Padded seat and head area for comfort · Adjustable and easy to carry For more details - Wildfowl Lay Down Hide 89.99
  9. .243 ammunition available from Sierra Bullet Smiths. We have a SPECIAL SHOW OFFER which you can attain at THE GAME FAIR in Hatfield House, Hertfordshire Please come visit us on Gun Makers Row, stand number E632
  10. We also have places on our 'Shooting for the Future' Course at Loddington in Leicestershire. This is a one day jointly run course between the GWCT and BASC. The day concentrates not only on shoot management, but also your own shooting skills. Further details can be found here https://basc.org.uk/sporting-services/basc-training-courses/shooting-for-the-future/ Many thanks, Peter
  11. Hi there, I am looking for any sort of Pigeon Shooting equipment, Decoys, Magnets, Hide Nets, Poles, Flappers, the lot. Let me know what you have got and what you want for it! Thanks RJD121
  12. Hello I have been shooting clays and wingshooting for over 20 years, mainly in the US. Just moved back to UK and got my SC last week so I got myself a nice shotgun and I am ready to go. Looking to get into pigeon shooting and , since I don't have any contacts or permissions yet, I am willing to pay for some shooting as it becomes available over the next few months and depending on the local crops etc. I live around Fordingbridge- Ringwood and I am willing to travel perhaps up to 1 1/2 hours for a good place. I can be contacted here, but better at jmmartiherrero@hotmail.com. Cell is 0034 648 026 028 I would also consider helping out with whatever, in exchange for observing and learning, if you want to take me as a pupil Thanks very much. JM
  13. Hi, Yes its the age old question of gaining permission to shoot on land. I currently shoot on a large estate and have known the estate manager/game keeper for some years without any incident. Being ex-military I am always polite and courteous of whom ever I meet whilst I am about shooting (in life as well), and this has stood me in good stead over the years (you never know who you meet whilst out). But due to partridge/pheasant shooting my shooting is curtailed between some months due to this well deserved sport as this earns the estate the money they need. So off I went looking for pastures new, I looked over the advice on the website regarding gaining permission to shoot on land. I dressed smart, printed out some business cards, knocked on quite a few doors and introduced myself politely. I explained where I currently shoot and who for and gave the farmers the opportunity to ask me questions and if need be check my story so to speak. As a communications/mechanical engineer I offered my services such as beating etc any time when I am not at work to them (i work 4 on 4 off) and at Christmas I popped round some of the nearer farms and dropped off some of my home made sloe gin, just to keep me in mind if anything comes about. But as of yet not much luck. I had many replies such as "We already have some people who shoot for us" to "NO thank you". I totally understand the point that some farmers just do not want some stranger wandering around their farm with a gun and yes trust needs to be earned. Just wanted to gain some of the forums experience from this matter, what if anything am I doing wrong? Is there anything else I could be doing to improve my odds etc. Just for interest I live not too far from Long Melford, Suffolk. Thanks for your time and comments. Regards Flash.
  14. hi after pigeon shooting near worcester any think about
  15. SYNDICATE MEMBERS WANTED We run a small friendly shoot in Northumberland. (Rothbury). This year we have half guns/full gun available. 800 pheasant released Shooting fortnightly on Saturdays (October to February) - 7/8 drives per day Pigeon shooting available, as well as Duck shooting over pond. Prefer members with dogs. Reply to Ad or Contact me for further details: Mandy - 07880573387. Email: Richardsonhogg@hotmail.com
  16. I am looking for pigeon shooting and permission in North Lincolnshire area, ideally Brigg/Scawby/Wrawby area but willing to travel further. I am a BASC member, fully insured, no dog, shotgun only, have all my own decoying and hide kit, will take all spent cartridges with me and make sure no damage to crops or fences. Thanks, hope to talk soon.
  17. Mint condition StormKloth "Thr Ultimate Thermal Clothing" Hunting Outfit. Size 3XL Jacket alone is worth £60 new. Collection preferably but will post at buyers cost. £60 plus p+p
  18. Falconry/ Dog Training Vest. Mint condition Size XL Collection preferably but will post at buyers cost £10 plus p+p
  19. P.G Field Fleece Jacket. Super warm. Mint condition Size XL Collection preferably, but will post at buyers cost. £20 plus p+p
  20. Hi all, Im new to the world of shooting, having been down to a range in Cardiff for some target shooting and a hand full of clay shooting days, and now feel like it would be wise to invest in my own rifle +/ shotgun. I am at the point where I have looked at the law in detail, found a local range that I could become a member of, found what I could comfortably afford to buy and shoot, inc safes etc, have even found a few other uni students that are interested and actively shoot, and so are in the process of forming a shooting and conservation society (we have a meeting a welsh BASC rep in Jan 2016 which sounds good). Id ideally like to get to a point where I am a competent enough shooter to go stalking with a club . I am really looking now for info on what I should be doing when applying for my license, ie what should I be writing in terms of my reasons for a license? do I need to put the address and other details of the land that I intend to ( ad obviously have permission to) shoot on? do I need to have already been on a stalk prior to getting a license? do I have to buy the safe before the safety check from the police? among other basic firearms licensing questions. Id also be interested in any places around S. Wales, mainly swansea and cardiff, that offer stalking opportunities, in addition to any land owners who would be interested allowing us (8 so far) to shoot pest on their behalf? any and all help is greatly appreciated, Alex
  21. Hi all! First time poster on this forum, just wanted to say hi! Am fairly new to clay shooting (started in Feb this year) and am really enjoying weekends out on the clay grounds. I started off going to Park Farm (Phil Sanders) outside Ombersley which is a fairly nice ground but limited on days offered. Recently started going to Griffin-Lloyd shooting ground in mid wales and have found it to be a really good course layout and open 7 days too! My question really is, have any of you seasoned shooters got any hidden gem clay shooting grounds around shropshire / Worcestershire / Gloucestershire that you might be willing to divulge on this forum? Would also be nice to meet some more guns with similar interests in the local area too (I am based around 20 miles from Kidderminster in south shropshire area)........ God that sounds likes dating request! Anyways, any advice or tips to new shooter welcome! Thanks all Andy
  22. Hello all, I'm new to this site and wanted to say hi. I've been shooting firearms / shotguns for a few years, and an a recent air rifle convert - have just bought a .22 BSA R10 mk 2. It's a beautiful little gun! Look forward to chatting and learning loads more about air rifle shooting... Cheers Craig.
  23. Hi all, As a quick note of introduction - I've been shooting (mainly .22 rim fire, .223 and 12 bore shotguns) in North Yorkshire for the last few years, and have recently relocated can to Maidenhead, Berkshire. I've also bought a BSA R10 mk 2 air rifle and am looking for a permission to go shooting. I enjoy shooting pigeons, crows, squirrels and rabbits etc, and would love to get a fox! My postcode is SL6 9LR and I'm happy anywhere with in an hours drive. I'm a responsible chap and a BASC member - so am fully insured. I can be free all day most weekends and occasionly on a week day. Would be very great full to anyone who can help me out... Thanks, Craig.
  24. Hi I have a Army surplus shop in kings lynn and im looking at supplying Air pellets .177 and .22...Please can anyone advise me on which ones are the better make to stock...Thanks Kirk
  25. Just a bit of a rant really, Sir Peter Scott was a keen fowler and learned a huge amount of nature out with his gun, yet his Wikipedia entry doesn't mention shooting once, it's ridiculous... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_Scott Somehow 'conservationists' imagine that being a fowler and a conservationist are mutually exclusive, which of course couldn't be further from the truth.
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