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Land Permission

Hello i am wanting to have my fireamrs certificate approved and i only need approved land permission would anyone be able to help me out with this, i am willing to help with vermin control.     anyone?

Logun18

Logun18

 

NEW MEMBER IN CHESHIRE

HI I LIVE NEAR DELAMERE FOREST IN CHESHIRE & HAVE A 3YEAR OLD PATTERDALE BITCH - WHO I AM HAVING MATED IN THE NEXT COUPLE OF DAYS. WOULD LIKE TO START GOING OUT FERRETTING AND IF ANYONE IN THE LOCAL AREA WOULDN'T MIND ME TAGGING ALONG WITH THEM LET ME KNOW. ALSO INTERESTED IN SHOOTING, MAINLY PHEASANT OR PIGEON. WOULD LIKE TO START GETTING INTO FALCONARY TOO! CHEERS CHIRPY

chirpy

chirpy

 

Protecting our rights to gun security!

I am concerned about the risk from Local Council Rate Reviewers. These will be the people that come around to your house to look at what features and benefits your house has that the council can tax you on! You may think there is no risk, but I can assure you there is. The risk comes from unknown and largely unwelcome people looking around your property and nosing about where it is not welcome, especially where gun cabinets are kept! I can remember being told by the police officer that came to l

Guest

Guest

 

fox chase

I took fionn and the dogs for a walk this evening before dark. Jack ban smelled something and took off when we got close to tony hallie's pines. Fionn, liath and myself went down to the old fox earths by the shore. We thought jack must have gone to ground. Then a fox came walking along 20 meters away bold and cheeky looking. It was nice to have fionn get such a good close look at one. The fox had real cheeky look about him. Maybe he was sneaking away from jack who was'nt in the earths. As we

kvnmcwebn

kvnmcwebn

 

nearly injured

The beddlington was going mad today so i took her to the magher(5 miles of dunes covered with maram grass and rabbits). I had the jack russel on the lead cause he runs wide there. We walked up on the ridge looking down on the grass patches were rabbits feed at night. The beddy picked up a line and ran ahead. I was walking in a minature dune valley closed in on both sides walking upwards. Next thing i see a flash of brown and white flying straight to me at eye level. I felt either air or a light

kvnmcwebn

kvnmcwebn

 

My Pups so far

Ok just got into terriers this year never had working terriers before so i guess you could say it was an eye opener. I have kept and bred staffords for years and thought they could be hard work. Anyway wanted to give digging a try and after been out twice with mates and am addicted. I didnt really take time in choosing a specific type of dog or any particular lines alltough this seems to be very important. Well anyway i saw an advert in the paper for lakelands thought sounds good phoned the bre

inverclydefoxer

inverclydefoxer

 

Glorias story

I have always had stray animals that no one else wanted, dogs cats & ferrets mainly, when i arrived home from work one night i was greeted by my animal hating husband with '' theres someone here to see you'' i thought he ment my mother   It was a bloody ferret a skinny tick ridden ferret   Oh joy of joys another ferret , i dont want another ferret, well what could i do , she was tucking into some meat & was as expected very quiet, so she was bedded down for the night & the

Kay

Kay

 

sheep and pheasants.

I just went out with the dogs and they flushed a pheasant. Been seeing a lot of them over the last week or two, flushed four or five, males and females. The jrt was nearly on top of one when it took off. Flushed a few snipes as well. The jrt went to ground in the undigable earth near my house again. Hes been down a few times so im not afraid of him getting stuck in anymore.   He chased a flock of sheep as well, I couldn't believe it i thought he was long over that. Its like he thinks the c

kvnmcwebn

kvnmcwebn

 

red hare

Went out with my jrt and the bedlington pup for a sunday walk. Went down to the moore beside the bay to see if i could flush any birds. Had the boy with me. We were down for 10 minutes and the jack flushed a snipe. Then he picked up a hot scent and started trailing in circles through the rushes. It was a hard place to follow a scent because the ground is broken up by deep drains that run into the sea, they have to be jumped. I left him at the scent for a half hour or so and he wasnt making much

kvnmcwebn

kvnmcwebn

 

another fox escape

was out in the dunes a week ago. Saw some rabits eating at the bottom of one, i knew the holes were at the top. I walked up towards the top to let the jrt run down at them for the craic. Before we got there we startled a large fox. It flushed only 10meters from me. What a rush. The jrt couldnt keep up with him in the maram grass though. He lost us in no time.

kvnmcwebn

kvnmcwebn

 

Bedlington Terrier

I developed an interest in hunting small game shortly after I was given a jack russell nearly two years ago. I dont shoot myself and also am reluctant to hunt quary underground because i dont know what im doing. So my plan was to start off on rabbits. I started looking into lurchers recently and to be honest its confusing to a beginner. All the different mixes different prices, you would have to know what you were doing. Then I found out about Bedlington Terriers. Yesterday by coincidence i fo

kvnmcwebn

kvnmcwebn

 

The Red Deer of Dunlewy

red deer herd picture   I went out with my 300mm lense to try and get a shot of the red deer that live in the mountains nearby. After hiking through the bog for a while my jack russell found a game trail the led up a rugged hill{small mountain}. After a difficult two hours of following him up the mucky trail i gave up on whatever it was he was after and decided just to climb to the top of the hill instead. The last bit of the hill was very steep and when i reached the top i was exhausted. I

kvnmcwebn

kvnmcwebn

 

Ferrets

I have kept ferrets for 13 ys & have some pics i would like to share   two old boys i had for yrs     My current hobs   George & ringo both very laid back ferrets     The kit from hell   Butter wouldnt melt     the wonderfully laid back Gloria       Wispa the latest addition, she yawned , she isnt an aggresive ferret   chester arrived all of a sudden, well seemingly i take in ferrets new to me like but here he is anyway rather a handsome cha

Kay

Kay

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