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#16 hily

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Posted 23 June 2011 - 08:04 pm

Hi from a wanabee keeper whe runs a small shoot buys poults pellets corn cartriges guns cloths dogs dog food kit to make pens drinkers feeders eggs incubaters keeps ferrets beats on other shoots and has a proper job through the week :whistling: i know its an industry to some but i think i hold the moral ground :tongue2: over the corperate shooter who turns up on the day but as we all know it's money that keeps any industry/ activity going my point is there has to both types of shoots to keep the sport going if it gets to exclusive then we help the antis make the sport an easy target to turn joe public against it.as for this poor blokes post i say you pays your money and takes your chance if its no good you don't go back.

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Posted 23 June 2011 - 09:09 pm

Hi from a wanabee keeper whe runs a small shoot buys poults pellets corn cartriges guns cloths dogs dog food kit to make pens drinkers feeders eggs incubaters keeps ferrets beats on other shoots and has a proper job through the week http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub... i know its an industry to some but i think i hold the moral ground http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub... over the corperate shooter who turns up on the day but as we all know it's money that keeps any industry/ activity going my point is there has to both types of shoots to keep the sport going if it gets to exclusive then we help the antis make the sport an easy target to turn joe public against it.as for this poor blokes post i say you pays your money and takes your chance if its no good you don't go back.




Do the books work out then mate is it worth the effort from a financial point I can see half of the pleasure is from doing the work and putting in the effort but wouldn't it be easier to buy small days?

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Posted 24 June 2011 - 06:23 am


Hi from a wanabee keeper whe runs a small shoot buys poults pellets corn cartriges guns cloths dogs dog food kit to make pens drinkers feeders eggs incubaters keeps ferrets beats on other shoots and has a proper job through the week http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub... i know its an industry to some but i think i hold the moral ground http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub... over the corperate shooter who turns up on the day but as we all know it's money that keeps any industry/ activity going my point is there has to both types of shoots to keep the sport going if it gets to exclusive then we help the antis make the sport an easy target to turn joe public against it.as for this poor blokes post i say you pays your money and takes your chance if its no good you don't go back.




Do the books work out then mate is it worth the effort from a financial point I can see half of the pleasure is from doing the work and putting in the effort but wouldn't it be easier to buy small days?


i thought the guy was selling smal days

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Posted 24 June 2011 - 06:44 am



Hi from a wanabee keeper whe runs a small shoot buys poults pellets corn cartriges guns cloths dogs dog food kit to make pens drinkers feeders eggs incubaters keeps ferrets beats on other shoots and has a proper job through the week http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub... i know its an industry to some but i think i hold the moral ground http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub... over the corperate shooter who turns up on the day but as we all know it's money that keeps any industry/ activity going my point is there has to both types of shoots to keep the sport going if it gets to exclusive then we help the antis make the sport an easy target to turn joe public against it.as for this poor blokes post i say you pays your money and takes your chance if its no good you don't go back.




Do the books work out then mate is it worth the effort from a financial point I can see half of the pleasure is from doing the work and putting in the effort but wouldn't it be easier to buy small days?


i thought the guy was selling smal days

Well thought out question now go back and read the thread and see how relevant it is :thumbs:

#20 hily

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Posted 24 June 2011 - 11:03 am


Hi from a wanabee keeper whe runs a small shoot buys poults pellets corn cartriges guns cloths dogs dog food kit to make pens drinkers feeders eggs incubaters keeps ferrets beats on other shoots and has a proper job through the week http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub... i know its an industry to some but i think i hold the moral ground http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub... over the corperate shooter who turns up on the day but as we all know it's money that keeps any industry/ activity going my point is there has to both types of shoots to keep the sport going if it gets to exclusive then we help the antis make the sport an easy target to turn joe public against it.as for this poor blokes post i say you pays your money and takes your chance if its no good you don't go back.




Do the books work out then mate is it worth the effort from a financial point I can see half of the pleasure is from doing the work and putting in the effort but wouldn't it be easier to buy small days?
break about even but then i do'nt have a keeper to pay or make a living out of it :hmm: as for buying days yep easier but for me not as good :good: .if you want to banter on this subject we should open a new topic and stop HI-JACKING THIS LADS .SO TO GET BACK TO HIS OFFER he obviously thinks his offer is a good un thats why he made it.


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