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#16 barraboy

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Posted 10 October 2012 - 03:29 pm

indeed ive just joined the springer club, hope my cocker mates wont blackball me. my mates bitch [too small for his trialing stuff] is coming down to me.


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Posted 10 October 2012 - 04:07 pm

First of, Hello all.

Recently having started a new job miles away from where i originally lived, I had to get rid of the dog I had at the time, a Coursing bred Saluki Greyhound.

Now having settled into my new job, once again i have started yearning for a dog, missing the mooching and the wandering I used to do, a time to relax and let the world go by, but at the same time doing something I enjoyed.
A couple of weeks ago, to relieve my boredom i bought myself an Air Arms S410, to pop off the local Grey Squirrel population, as well as the Coneys and the Wood-pigeons.
Hopefully if everything goes according to plan, I will also be getting a baikal stealth .410, to do the same as the air rifle, but obviously with the added advantage of shooting moving quarry.
So over these past few weeks, I have been thinking of what dog to get, do I go for the usual choice of a coursing bred dog, or maybe something a little different, maybe a Bedlington x, who knows.

But having re-kindled that enjoyment I get from shooting, I thought to myself, do I really need a running dog? When I had one, a simple walk around the local footpaths turned into interrogation having 100's of questions thrown my way e.g. what you up to, I hope you aren't poaching, you do know if the farmer see's a dog like that he will shoot it .etc .etc.

So thinking to myself, could I get a dog that could be as much use to me as a Running dog, but without the added stigma surrounding them? Having pondered upon this question for a while, I thought of a black Labrador.

But my question to all you Gun-dog men out there is, could I train said dog to mark trees with squirrels up them? mark rabbit sets whilst out ferreting? push game into long-nets and hares into gate-nets? Retreive game that i have shot, be it with the S410, the .410, or the Catty, be it from land or water? Whilst at the same time having a cracking companion, a foot warmer, and a dog that will sit at my feet all night whilst at the pub?

Hope to hear some advice on the matter, I understand its not your usual requirements of a Gun-dog.

Cheers,


Damien

Oh f**k!!!!!

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Posted 10 October 2012 - 04:11 pm


First of, Hello all.

Recently having started a new job miles away from where i originally lived, I had to get rid of the dog I had at the time, a Coursing bred Saluki Greyhound.

Now having settled into my new job, once again i have started yearning for a dog, missing the mooching and the wandering I used to do, a time to relax and let the world go by, but at the same time doing something I enjoyed.
A couple of weeks ago, to relieve my boredom i bought myself an Air Arms S410, to pop off the local Grey Squirrel population, as well as the Coneys and the Wood-pigeons.
Hopefully if everything goes according to plan, I will also be getting a baikal stealth .410, to do the same as the air rifle, but obviously with the added advantage of shooting moving quarry.
So over these past few weeks, I have been thinking of what dog to get, do I go for the usual choice of a coursing bred dog, or maybe something a little different, maybe a Bedlington x, who knows.

But having re-kindled that enjoyment I get from shooting, I thought to myself, do I really need a running dog? When I had one, a simple walk around the local footpaths turned into interrogation having 100's of questions thrown my way e.g. what you up to, I hope you aren't poaching, you do know if the farmer see's a dog like that he will shoot it .etc .etc.

So thinking to myself, could I get a dog that could be as much use to me as a Running dog, but without the added stigma surrounding them? Having pondered upon this question for a while, I thought of a black Labrador.

But my question to all you Gun-dog men out there is, could I train said dog to mark trees with squirrels up them? mark rabbit sets whilst out ferreting? push game into long-nets and hares into gate-nets? Retreive game that i have shot, be it with the S410, the .410, or the Catty, be it from land or water? Whilst at the same time having a cracking companion, a foot warmer, and a dog that will sit at my feet all night whilst at the pub?

Hope to hear some advice on the matter, I understand its not your usual requirements of a Gun-dog.

Cheers,


Damien

Oh f**k!!!!!

Don't worry Lab, you ain't on his hit list yet :tongue2: :laugh: , but I'm working on getting you number 1 spot :yes: :D

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Posted 10 October 2012 - 04:17 pm



First of, Hello all.

Recently having started a new job miles away from where i originally lived, I had to get rid of the dog I had at the time, a Coursing bred Saluki Greyhound.

Now having settled into my new job, once again i have started yearning for a dog, missing the mooching and the wandering I used to do, a time to relax and let the world go by, but at the same time doing something I enjoyed.
A couple of weeks ago, to relieve my boredom i bought myself an Air Arms S410, to pop off the local Grey Squirrel population, as well as the Coneys and the Wood-pigeons.
Hopefully if everything goes according to plan, I will also be getting a baikal stealth .410, to do the same as the air rifle, but obviously with the added advantage of shooting moving quarry.
So over these past few weeks, I have been thinking of what dog to get, do I go for the usual choice of a coursing bred dog, or maybe something a little different, maybe a Bedlington x, who knows.

But having re-kindled that enjoyment I get from shooting, I thought to myself, do I really need a running dog? When I had one, a simple walk around the local footpaths turned into interrogation having 100's of questions thrown my way e.g. what you up to, I hope you aren't poaching, you do know if the farmer see's a dog like that he will shoot it .etc .etc.

So thinking to myself, could I get a dog that could be as much use to me as a Running dog, but without the added stigma surrounding them? Having pondered upon this question for a while, I thought of a black Labrador.

But my question to all you Gun-dog men out there is, could I train said dog to mark trees with squirrels up them? mark rabbit sets whilst out ferreting? push game into long-nets and hares into gate-nets? Retreive game that i have shot, be it with the S410, the .410, or the Catty, be it from land or water? Whilst at the same time having a cracking companion, a foot warmer, and a dog that will sit at my feet all night whilst at the pub?

Hope to hear some advice on the matter, I understand its not your usual requirements of a Gun-dog.

Cheers,


Damien

Oh f**k!!!!!

Don't worry Lab, you ain't on his hit list yet http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub... http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub... , but I'm working on getting you number 1 spot http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub... http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub...
Its the pheasants i fear for.....obviously wanting to shoot them all and get a good gundog to retrieve his spoils................ :whistling: :D

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Posted 10 October 2012 - 04:19 pm


First of, Hello all.

Recently having started a new job miles away from where i originally lived, I had to get rid of the dog I had at the time, a Coursing bred Saluki Greyhound.

Now having settled into my new job, once again i have started yearning for a dog, missing the mooching and the wandering I used to do, a time to relax and let the world go by, but at the same time doing something I enjoyed.
A couple of weeks ago, to relieve my boredom i bought myself an Air Arms S410, to pop off the local Grey Squirrel population, as well as the Coneys and the Wood-pigeons.
Hopefully if everything goes according to plan, I will also be getting a baikal stealth .410, to do the same as the air rifle, but obviously with the added advantage of shooting moving quarry.
So over these past few weeks, I have been thinking of what dog to get, do I go for the usual choice of a coursing bred dog, or maybe something a little different, maybe a Bedlington x, who knows.

But having re-kindled that enjoyment I get from shooting, I thought to myself, do I really need a running dog? When I had one, a simple walk around the local footpaths turned into interrogation having 100's of questions thrown my way e.g. what you up to, I hope you aren't poaching, you do know if the farmer see's a dog like that he will shoot it .etc .etc.

So thinking to myself, could I get a dog that could be as much use to me as a Running dog, but without the added stigma surrounding them? Having pondered upon this question for a while, I thought of a black Labrador.

But my question to all you Gun-dog men out there is, could I train said dog to mark trees with squirrels up them? mark rabbit sets whilst out ferreting? push game into long-nets and hares into gate-nets? Retreive game that i have shot, be it with the S410, the .410, or the Catty, be it from land or water? Whilst at the same time having a cracking companion, a foot warmer, and a dog that will sit at my feet all night whilst at the pub?

Hope to hear some advice on the matter, I understand its not your usual requirements of a Gun-dog.

Cheers,


Damien

Oh f**k!!!!!

and there was me thinking Lab might show intolerance , nice one Lab and i can see how you enjoyed reading because there is only one "K" used in your last word :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:

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Posted 10 October 2012 - 04:20 pm




First of, Hello all.

Recently having started a new job miles away from where i originally lived, I had to get rid of the dog I had at the time, a Coursing bred Saluki Greyhound.

Now having settled into my new job, once again i have started yearning for a dog, missing the mooching and the wandering I used to do, a time to relax and let the world go by, but at the same time doing something I enjoyed.
A couple of weeks ago, to relieve my boredom i bought myself an Air Arms S410, to pop off the local Grey Squirrel population, as well as the Coneys and the Wood-pigeons.
Hopefully if everything goes according to plan, I will also be getting a baikal stealth .410, to do the same as the air rifle, but obviously with the added advantage of shooting moving quarry.
So over these past few weeks, I have been thinking of what dog to get, do I go for the usual choice of a coursing bred dog, or maybe something a little different, maybe a Bedlington x, who knows.

But having re-kindled that enjoyment I get from shooting, I thought to myself, do I really need a running dog? When I had one, a simple walk around the local footpaths turned into interrogation having 100's of questions thrown my way e.g. what you up to, I hope you aren't poaching, you do know if the farmer see's a dog like that he will shoot it .etc .etc.

So thinking to myself, could I get a dog that could be as much use to me as a Running dog, but without the added stigma surrounding them? Having pondered upon this question for a while, I thought of a black Labrador.

But my question to all you Gun-dog men out there is, could I train said dog to mark trees with squirrels up them? mark rabbit sets whilst out ferreting? push game into long-nets and hares into gate-nets? Retreive game that i have shot, be it with the S410, the .410, or the Catty, be it from land or water? Whilst at the same time having a cracking companion, a foot warmer, and a dog that will sit at my feet all night whilst at the pub?

Hope to hear some advice on the matter, I understand its not your usual requirements of a Gun-dog.

Cheers,


Damien

Oh f**k!!!!!

Don't worry Lab, you ain't on his hit list yet http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub... http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub... , but I'm working on getting you number 1 spot http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub... http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub...
Its the pheasants i fear for.....obviously wanting to shoot them all and get a good gundog to retrieve his spoils................ http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub... http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub...
:laugh: I didn't think of that, it's ok as he is down south although I might offer him the money for a trip to Scotland :angel:

#22 Lab

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Posted 10 October 2012 - 04:21 pm



First of, Hello all.

Recently having started a new job miles away from where i originally lived, I had to get rid of the dog I had at the time, a Coursing bred Saluki Greyhound.

Now having settled into my new job, once again i have started yearning for a dog, missing the mooching and the wandering I used to do, a time to relax and let the world go by, but at the same time doing something I enjoyed.
A couple of weeks ago, to relieve my boredom i bought myself an Air Arms S410, to pop off the local Grey Squirrel population, as well as the Coneys and the Wood-pigeons.
Hopefully if everything goes according to plan, I will also be getting a baikal stealth .410, to do the same as the air rifle, but obviously with the added advantage of shooting moving quarry.
So over these past few weeks, I have been thinking of what dog to get, do I go for the usual choice of a coursing bred dog, or maybe something a little different, maybe a Bedlington x, who knows.

But having re-kindled that enjoyment I get from shooting, I thought to myself, do I really need a running dog? When I had one, a simple walk around the local footpaths turned into interrogation having 100's of questions thrown my way e.g. what you up to, I hope you aren't poaching, you do know if the farmer see's a dog like that he will shoot it .etc .etc.

So thinking to myself, could I get a dog that could be as much use to me as a Running dog, but without the added stigma surrounding them? Having pondered upon this question for a while, I thought of a black Labrador.

But my question to all you Gun-dog men out there is, could I train said dog to mark trees with squirrels up them? mark rabbit sets whilst out ferreting? push game into long-nets and hares into gate-nets? Retreive game that i have shot, be it with the S410, the .410, or the Catty, be it from land or water? Whilst at the same time having a cracking companion, a foot warmer, and a dog that will sit at my feet all night whilst at the pub?

Hope to hear some advice on the matter, I understand its not your usual requirements of a Gun-dog.

Cheers,


Damien

Oh f**k!!!!!

and there was me thinking Lab might show intolerance , nice one Lab and i can see how you enjoyed reading because there is only one "K" used in your last word http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub... http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub... http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub... http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub...
I'm kind of hoping no one tells him f**k all about Gundogs........there wont be a bloody bird left. Surely he cant get a license.........can he?.... :whistling: :angel:

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Posted 10 October 2012 - 04:22 pm

He has a Sgc going off his post :hmm:

#24 Lab

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Posted 10 October 2012 - 04:24 pm





First of, Hello all.

Recently having started a new job miles away from where i originally lived, I had to get rid of the dog I had at the time, a Coursing bred Saluki Greyhound.

Now having settled into my new job, once again i have started yearning for a dog, missing the mooching and the wandering I used to do, a time to relax and let the world go by, but at the same time doing something I enjoyed.
A couple of weeks ago, to relieve my boredom i bought myself an Air Arms S410, to pop off the local Grey Squirrel population, as well as the Coneys and the Wood-pigeons.
Hopefully if everything goes according to plan, I will also be getting a baikal stealth .410, to do the same as the air rifle, but obviously with the added advantage of shooting moving quarry.
So over these past few weeks, I have been thinking of what dog to get, do I go for the usual choice of a coursing bred dog, or maybe something a little different, maybe a Bedlington x, who knows.

But having re-kindled that enjoyment I get from shooting, I thought to myself, do I really need a running dog? When I had one, a simple walk around the local footpaths turned into interrogation having 100's of questions thrown my way e.g. what you up to, I hope you aren't poaching, you do know if the farmer see's a dog like that he will shoot it .etc .etc.

So thinking to myself, could I get a dog that could be as much use to me as a Running dog, but without the added stigma surrounding them? Having pondered upon this question for a while, I thought of a black Labrador.

But my question to all you Gun-dog men out there is, could I train said dog to mark trees with squirrels up them? mark rabbit sets whilst out ferreting? push game into long-nets and hares into gate-nets? Retreive game that i have shot, be it with the S410, the .410, or the Catty, be it from land or water? Whilst at the same time having a cracking companion, a foot warmer, and a dog that will sit at my feet all night whilst at the pub?

Hope to hear some advice on the matter, I understand its not your usual requirements of a Gun-dog.

Cheers,


Damien

Oh f**k!!!!!

Don't worry Lab, you ain't on his hit list yet http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub... http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub... , but I'm working on getting you number 1 spot http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub... http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub...
Its the pheasants i fear for.....obviously wanting to shoot them all and get a good gundog to retrieve his spoils................ http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub... http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub...
http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub... I didn't think of that, it's ok as he is down south although I might offer him the money for a trip to Scotland http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub...
Better hurry up then cause av only got about 800 left and there going next week.................... :boogy:

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Posted 10 October 2012 - 04:25 pm

He has a Sgc going off his post http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub...

Well imo his FAO should be strung up.................. :laugh:

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Posted 10 October 2012 - 04:26 pm




First of, Hello all.

Recently having started a new job miles away from where i originally lived, I had to get rid of the dog I had at the time, a Coursing bred Saluki Greyhound.

Now having settled into my new job, once again i have started yearning for a dog, missing the mooching and the wandering I used to do, a time to relax and let the world go by, but at the same time doing something I enjoyed.
A couple of weeks ago, to relieve my boredom i bought myself an Air Arms S410, to pop off the local Grey Squirrel population, as well as the Coneys and the Wood-pigeons.
Hopefully if everything goes according to plan, I will also be getting a baikal stealth .410, to do the same as the air rifle, but obviously with the added advantage of shooting moving quarry.
So over these past few weeks, I have been thinking of what dog to get, do I go for the usual choice of a coursing bred dog, or maybe something a little different, maybe a Bedlington x, who knows.

But having re-kindled that enjoyment I get from shooting, I thought to myself, do I really need a running dog? When I had one, a simple walk around the local footpaths turned into interrogation having 100's of questions thrown my way e.g. what you up to, I hope you aren't poaching, you do know if the farmer see's a dog like that he will shoot it .etc .etc.

So thinking to myself, could I get a dog that could be as much use to me as a Running dog, but without the added stigma surrounding them? Having pondered upon this question for a while, I thought of a black Labrador.

But my question to all you Gun-dog men out there is, could I train said dog to mark trees with squirrels up them? mark rabbit sets whilst out ferreting? push game into long-nets and hares into gate-nets? Retreive game that i have shot, be it with the S410, the .410, or the Catty, be it from land or water? Whilst at the same time having a cracking companion, a foot warmer, and a dog that will sit at my feet all night whilst at the pub?

Hope to hear some advice on the matter, I understand its not your usual requirements of a Gun-dog.

Cheers,


Damien

Oh f**k!!!!!

and there was me thinking Lab might show intolerance , nice one Lab and i can see how you enjoyed reading because there is only one "K" used in your last word http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub... http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub... http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub... http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub...
I'm kind of hoping no one tells him f**k all about Gundogs........there wont be a bloody bird left. Surely he cant get a license.........can he?.... http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub... http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub...

look Lab , he lives down south and is soon moving to fife so i cannot see the problem !, and if he finds such a pooch then fecking englands entire pheasant , partridge , grouse , deer , hare population aint going to be safe

ohh and a new fad for all the numb twats to breed more mongrels

and i almost forgot , cross pleanty of pitbull into it :icon_eek: :icon_eek: :icon_eek: :icon_eek:

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Posted 10 October 2012 - 04:28 pm





First of, Hello all.

Recently having started a new job miles away from where i originally lived, I had to get rid of the dog I had at the time, a Coursing bred Saluki Greyhound.

Now having settled into my new job, once again i have started yearning for a dog, missing the mooching and the wandering I used to do, a time to relax and let the world go by, but at the same time doing something I enjoyed.
A couple of weeks ago, to relieve my boredom i bought myself an Air Arms S410, to pop off the local Grey Squirrel population, as well as the Coneys and the Wood-pigeons.
Hopefully if everything goes according to plan, I will also be getting a baikal stealth .410, to do the same as the air rifle, but obviously with the added advantage of shooting moving quarry.
So over these past few weeks, I have been thinking of what dog to get, do I go for the usual choice of a coursing bred dog, or maybe something a little different, maybe a Bedlington x, who knows.

But having re-kindled that enjoyment I get from shooting, I thought to myself, do I really need a running dog? When I had one, a simple walk around the local footpaths turned into interrogation having 100's of questions thrown my way e.g. what you up to, I hope you aren't poaching, you do know if the farmer see's a dog like that he will shoot it .etc .etc.

So thinking to myself, could I get a dog that could be as much use to me as a Running dog, but without the added stigma surrounding them? Having pondered upon this question for a while, I thought of a black Labrador.

But my question to all you Gun-dog men out there is, could I train said dog to mark trees with squirrels up them? mark rabbit sets whilst out ferreting? push game into long-nets and hares into gate-nets? Retreive game that i have shot, be it with the S410, the .410, or the Catty, be it from land or water? Whilst at the same time having a cracking companion, a foot warmer, and a dog that will sit at my feet all night whilst at the pub?

Hope to hear some advice on the matter, I understand its not your usual requirements of a Gun-dog.

Cheers,


Damien

Oh f**k!!!!!

and there was me thinking Lab might show intolerance , nice one Lab and i can see how you enjoyed reading because there is only one "K" used in your last word http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub... http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub... http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub... http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub...
I'm kind of hoping no one tells him f**k all about Gundogs........there wont be a bloody bird left. Surely he cant get a license.........can he?.... http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub... http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub...

look Lab , he lives down south and is soon moving to fife so i cannot see the problem !, and if he finds such a pooch then fecking englands entire pheasant , partridge , grouse , deer , hare population aint going to be safe

ohh and a new fad for all the numb twats to breed more mongrels

and i almost forgot , cross pleanty of pitbull into it http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub... http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub... http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub... http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub...
He's not coming to Fife........i'll make sure he doesn't cross the bridge! Keep the poaching c**t down there........ :angel:

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Posted 10 October 2012 - 04:30 pm


He has a Sgc going off his post http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub...

Well imo his FAO should be strung up.................. http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub...
:rofl: We should set a petition up to get it revoked :toast:

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Posted 10 October 2012 - 04:38 pm

ohh and a new fad for all the numb twats to breed more mongrels


Like the Labrodoodle/grey my mate has :laugh:

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Posted 10 October 2012 - 05:36 pm

well gentlemen, thanks for the helpful advice, as usual!!!
No, no SGC as of yet, still waiting for them to get back to me, and as i have a clean criminal record, i reckon there should be no problem!!!
And don't worry lab, there is no money in partridge or pheasants as you have said a few times its pointless poaching them, even if you want a few for the pot, its not worth the risk of getting caught for pennies.......... Hares and ducks on the other hand :thumbs: :tongue2:

As stated earlier, i am a one for the pot man, but it make's me feel like i have done well, if keepers up and down the country fear me, my role in life has been fulfilled :laugh: :toast:
But in all honesty mate, i give up with the whole mooching/ fence hopping side of things, i have a bit of permission now, and its good to not have to worry all the time, so i guess the question was genuine, i do want a gun-dog to many arseholes in the lurcher world, especially them geordies breeding there circus crossbred mongrels :tongue2:
Would you reccomend a springer or a lab, lab?


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