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    11 minutes ago, Ultrastu said:

     

    I often wonder why some people are happy to shoot 200 pigeon and then moan  later there aren't any birds 

     

     I can give a 100% guarantee that you will never hear me complain about 'no birds' after shooting 200. :lol:

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    Very Quiet my way! To quiet!  20+ been a good day. Very few pigeons about and even less trafic! They are on the rape, but most of the time a few shots and they gone. Moving on to the next block and stay there. Very few gas bangers  being used this year to move them about. Is there a change of thought by farmers using them as a deterrent at the mo? Had plenty of squirrels tho. NB

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    1 hour ago, NatureBoy said:

    Very Quiet my way! To quiet!  20+ been a good day. Very few pigeons about and even less trafic! They are on the rape, but most of the time a few shots and they gone. Moving on to the next block and stay there. Very few gas bangers  being used this year to move them about. Is there a change of thought by farmers using them as a deterrent at the mo? Had plenty of squirrels tho. NB

    I cover a fair bit of ground and I have less rape this year, the large numbers I was seeing on stubble in September and October have now moved on, there are pigeons around the rape fields but not in big numbers, 50-100, was talking to a farmer this morning after looking at a few rape fields and I said I had not heard ANY gas guns, his reply was, no point in wasting money if they not hitting it in numbers, but they will, just give them time.

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