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#1 raynardman

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Posted 24 November 2011 - 08:51 pm

Just acquired the job as a deer keeper, albeit captivated but still need to be managed all the same. Although I've just got the keepers job I have been helping the old keeper manage the deer for some time now with seasonal culls. As the case has arisen this year the numbers to be culled outway the requirements of my friends and family.
So heres the chance if theres anyone fancying a go at shooting their 1st deer. I say 1st deer because with them being captivated its not a stalk as such, yes they are in fields and a mini type stalk is required to get in position for the shot. This is for the would be stalkers to help you on your way into the big world of proper stalking.
I must stress as for now this offer is only open to sgc & fac holders ( NO cert NO shoot)
Red deer & fallow deer available
Equipment on site to process the carcass
Rifle available on request
Accomodation available on request
Nights lamping foxes/rabbits available on request
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Posted 24 November 2011 - 09:03 pm

Pm sent bud cracking offer that

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Posted 24 November 2011 - 09:05 pm

Hello mate thats a great offer where abouts are you i have a dsc1 which i did about 12 monts ago if you can pm me the details i have an open fac

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Posted 25 November 2011 - 10:37 pm

is this a fu#kin joke let me get this right i can go and shoot a deer in a field with little or no stalking reqiured then while some other knob prepares the carcass .if i fancy shooting a few rabbits and foxes from the passenger seat of a land rover that can be arranged.you are taking the piss !!! most important thing i ever learn't from proper countrymen my dad and others was never take more than you need !!!!
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Posted 25 November 2011 - 11:02 pm

I say 1st deer because with them being captivated its not a stalk as such

As such?You mean not a stalk AT ALL,they might as well shoot a cow,seriously you might as well stick a cow in a field,anyone can shoot/slaughter one of those deer,at least give the "Hunters" who take you up on your offer bragging-rights because not everyones shot a Fresian :blink: The americans who do these sort of canned hunts at least have the decency to shoot on acreages in their 1000's or 10's of 1000's,how large an enclosure are these semi-domesticated deer in?What an offer :bad:

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Posted 25 November 2011 - 11:19 pm

Cut out the travel and offer online shooting as this enterprising "gentleman" did,read the definition of canned-hunt,your actually doing the animals a dis-service by trying to gloss it up,and giving the pretence its a hunt,the animals have no chance whatsoever,no matter how slim,what is for the encore,a day killing pigs at an abbatoire :yes:

In 2005, internet hunting became a major news story when a man in Texas set up a webcam and remotely controlled gun to allow hunters to shoot from their computers. According the Humane Society, most internet hunts involve game ranches where animals are kept penned, making them essentially canned hunts


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#7 raynardman

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Posted 25 November 2011 - 11:20 pm

is this a fu#kin joke let me get this right i can go and shoot a deer in a field with little or no stalking reqiured then while some other knob prepares the carcass .if i fancy shooting a few rabbits and foxes from the passenger seat of a land rover that can be arranged.you are taking the piss !!!

Haha another knobhead to the list many that frequent this site.
I know i shouldn't lower myself to the likes of you but hey....
You want to send your crystal ball back cos you've got the wrong picture
Come and walk the hills with me, bet i leave you standing like most of the lads that come, i do my lamping on foot and not from my landy (L200) never have done never will do.
The offers there, people can take it or leave it, i wont lose sleep over it, and thats why i said sgc & fac holders so as not to get the likes of you.
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Posted 26 November 2011 - 05:25 pm

think I'll go and buy a pet rabbit, put it in a nest box and then ferret it out of the nest box and break it's neck, can't beat a bit of hunting!

FFS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

and people are saying that's a great offer?? seriously!! if the only way you can shoot your prey is by having it captive you need to go and take up another hobby!

#9 mackem

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Posted 26 November 2011 - 05:57 pm

think I'll go and buy a pet rabbit, put it in a nest box and then ferret it out of the nest box

As good an analogy as any,how long before someones offering pheasant-shooting,except the birds arent released,they are still in the pen as it makes it just that bit easier :laugh: Shooting fish in a barrel springs to mind,and to the guys who think this is a great offer :laugh: is it really :hmm: one of those "too good to miss" :laugh: offers?Hope you drag the downed beast away from the fence,might ruin your photograph and your "stalking" tale if you have to explain the fence in the background :whistling:

#10 wig887

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Posted 26 November 2011 - 06:03 pm

what calibre would you use for 20 yds ???????????????????? mini type stalk :laugh:

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Posted 27 November 2011 - 11:42 am

The Deer have to be managed what ever way you look at it do animals in a slaughter house have a sporting chance?
Am having a roast beef dinner today with yorkshire pudding and gravey :bye: i have already had bacon and egg that got no chance :laugh:
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Posted 27 November 2011 - 11:52 am

Raynardman, you have been very open and stated they are farm/captive deer, deer in parks around the country and farm deer still need keeping in check. For you to offer someone the chance for a 1st deer and carcass preparation, I see nothing wrong with the offer.. The ones complaining, don't waste your time with. If the thread gets derailed, I'll remove the posts that offer nothing...

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Posted 27 November 2011 - 04:44 pm

Raynardman, you have been very open and stated they are farm/captive deer, deer in parks around the country and farm deer still need keeping in check. For you to offer someone the chance for a 1st deer and carcass preparation, I see nothing wrong with the offer.. The ones complaining, don't waste your time with. If the thread gets derailed, I'll remove the posts that offer nothing...


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#14 raynardman

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Posted 27 November 2011 - 07:08 pm

Raynardman, you have been very open and stated they are farm/captive deer, deer in parks around the country and farm deer still need keeping in check. For you to offer someone the chance for a 1st deer and carcass preparation, I see nothing wrong with the offer.. The ones complaining, don't waste your time with. If the thread gets derailed, I'll remove the posts that offer nothing...

Thanks for that Ian :thumbs:

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Posted 27 November 2011 - 07:32 pm

what a great offer .i'm sorry small minded people shout there traps off and cause offence.i think its a great idea if someone wants that first experience in a safe enviroment .the deer need to be shot so why not.i ride a motor bike and if i stood outside a learner center watching people hone their skills and learn slowly mouthing off about how thats not realistic and how much better i am wouldn't i look like an ignorant arrogant up myself know it all twat.
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