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#1 J.D.

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Posted 26 August 2013 - 06:29 am

right lads, i no this is a long shot, but im trying to get my son of his playstation and ipad, and get him in to the outdoors, hes 10 ,  i have been taking him out with the airrifle and he loves that, but taking the airrifle in local fields might get me into bother and if i was approached by police it would put him of for ever, i also take him out camping in hammocks, we take the rifle there aswell, plinking, making cattys, ect ect, the stuff most of us did when we were young but the generation now are glued to the tv or laptops and playstations, ,   :huh: ive just bought a saluki pup, now 7 months old so bringing that on at mo, he seems to be loving the hunting and wildcamping but have no permition to do it, i would help around the farm when i could, that would be no problem at all, and we would both respect the land, infact when camping, there would be no trace left, im a ex soldier and my son is a good lad, just trying to get him of that computer and out in the fresh air,  he does seem to really love it but like i say, we have no permition and if the police did stop us, it would really put him of, i do no this is a long shot but hoping someone has either a bit of wood local to newcastle, whickham , that we could use, we would also tidy it up, cut back trees, ect ect, what ever needed doing, anyway, thanks for readying, atb lads, john , jai 



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Posted 12 November 2013 - 11:43 am

I your looking for a pistol for him I've got one for £130 it's a webley junior mk2 1.77 collection in tilehurst reading

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Posted 12 November 2013 - 03:53 pm

I your looking for a pistol for him I've got one for £130 it's a webley junior mk2 1.77 collection in tilehurst reading

WTF has that got to do with it????! great first post i must say!


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Posted 13 November 2013 - 07:22 pm

I your looking for a pistol for him I've got one for £130 it's a webley junior mk2 1.77 collection in tilehurst reading

that was good help want it :blink:



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Posted 19 November 2013 - 09:29 am

i was thinking the same thing, but thanks for the offer anyway, i have a rifle for him my friend, still on the look out for some woods to take my son hammock camping, if anyone can help me and my son out, please inbox me, thanks  :thumbs:



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Posted 19 November 2013 - 09:42 am

i was thinking the same thing, but thanks for the offer anyway, i have a rifle for him my friend, still on the look out for some woods to take my son hammock camping, if anyone can help me and my son out, please inbox me, thanks  :thumbs:

 

 

Offer is still open to visit us here....Scottish Borders...got 3 acres of woodland.....might be a tad cold from here on in though..... :thumbs:


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Posted 19 November 2013 - 08:05 pm

cracking offer.



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Posted 21 November 2013 - 07:22 am

mate, ill definatly take you up on that offer , might be a bit to cold for my son, but i have a few mates who are into this , we are planning a winter camp so might head up your way if thats ok, have a look on my youtube channel, northeestbushcrafter, shows a bit of what im about and what i do with my son,  thanks for that great offer mate, i really do appreciate that, 


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Posted 21 November 2013 - 09:06 pm

sound like it will be a good time mate. hopefully ill be doing something similar my self come this summer....going go down on the local farm do a bit of pigeon decoying through the day then in the afternoon set up camp(dd hammocks ) a camp fire and cook up some fresh pigeon..will also take some chicken pheasant and a couple steaks then spend the night under the trees/stars.....iv also started making a gypsy showman's wagon but on a caravan chassis for next season so hopefully will be spending a couple nights in that get out do some ferreting through the day then a campfire and a good cook up at night at the side of a country road........ 



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Posted 22 November 2013 - 07:31 am

nowt better than getting out there and spending time under the stars, i love it, and having my son coming along aswell is a bonus, he loves it mate, living of the land is also something i love, i take my son ferriting, he loves that and he also loves shooting his airrifle, definatly better than playing on them damn playstations, 



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Posted 22 November 2013 - 10:45 am

nowt better than getting out there and spending time under the stars, i love it, and having my son coming along aswell is a bonus, he loves it mate, living of the land is also something i love, i take my son ferriting, he loves that and he also loves shooting his airrifle, definatly better than playing on them damn playstations, 

amen to that....my lad used come ferreting with me all time untill he stared getting in trouble at school so his mum banned him from coming as its the only thing he was bothered about lol i hate PlayStation and Xbox and when the missus got him one i wasn't best happy but lucky enough hes not really interested in them......he probably spends an hour at most on it if its really bad weather out.other than that hes in the back yard making something or in next door but ones back yard trying make a tree fort lol



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Posted 23 November 2013 - 07:28 am

haha, wey get him on making that caravan with ya haha, were ya from [BANNED TEXT], 



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Posted 23 November 2013 - 05:13 pm

sunny staffordshire mate.he does help out some times pal and my little girl to but cant take my eyes off them for 5 minuits or my lad has put a screw or nail in every piece of wood he can find.lol



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Posted 23 November 2013 - 06:29 pm

hahaha the same as my lad, loves been in my man cave while im making stuff to do with bushcraft and wild camping, i set him away with a piece of wood and a load of screws, and a battery drill, hahah he will play for hours, pity ya far away mate coz could of met up with the kids and had a night out in the woods, atb mate, 






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