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started to make a deer - fox blind . this will be going about 8ft high on a scaffold frame at the moment it will be placed at the pheasant pens so should be getting a few foxes in the coming months. i will creosote the window shutters and any wood which will be in exposed to the elements elements

 

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I had one made of metal , had to put rubber on all the rest areas to stop the noise , if you made the slightest contact with the rifle on the metal the foxes heard it and were gone in a flash . Deer wasn't quit so bad but Charlie never even looked back they just tore of ..the rubber mat cured it ..

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hi sussex the rifle rest areas are wood lats and old exercise mats folded over them when shutters are removed we should be ok the side window shutters will have a perspex slot so if raining from left to right or vice versa we can still see that side

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You want to get a gas heater for winter. :thumbs:

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its already sorted ian i was thinking of making a high seat out of old pallets but with my fat arse it wont take the weight plus the gas heater will keep going out :whistling::whistling::whistling:

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its already sorted ian i was thinking of making a high seat out of old pallets but with my fat arse it wont take the weight plus the gas heater will keep going out :whistling::whistling::whistling:

Don`t blame you might as well shoot out of a portaloo to match the shooting.

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I thought you'd seen a blind deer and a blind fox. Nice work though, heater or not still warmer than sat on a plank up a tree.

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Reminds me of boar shooting in Germany. Double glazed, centrally heated, bunk and a nice drinks cabinet. Never saw or heard a boar but had a hell of a nice sleep lol.jok.

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Looks very nice your as well being warm and comfortable rather than just sitting out in the elements

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