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  1. went out for a drive today and stumbled upon a sand sculpture competition, some very talented people.......
    11 points
  2. This kid is inspirational,and he eats pie sandwiches,great attitude
    10 points
  3. The recently bought 77 has been put through a lot of target practice/ training since buying her from Jimmy, ( Big Mac 97 KT ) as i needed to get to know her spring rifle characteristics before any hunting with her. I`ve put the time and effort in lads and what a beautiful working classic she is. Just one of the many cards i`ve shot with her,achieving drawing pin head accuracy. So being very satisfied and very confident in accuracy levels achievable, i took her for one serious test on the little nursery woodland edge. Average ranges were 38- 43
    8 points
  4. Back to topic, one for next Season.
    7 points
  5. A massive bag for Fife in one night
    6 points
  6. Tommy Robinson is not far right, but as far as i am concerned he's not far wrong either.
    5 points
  7. Rhondda my Saluki Bull Grey pup, 17 weeks and deadly on them mixy bunnies
    5 points
  8. Instil fear to protect their investements,they are currently putting up footage of really vicious acts,gutting people alive,cutting off their arms and legs reducing them to a wriggling torso etc,in the UK people pay a couple of quid for a gram of cocaine,in latin America they pay a much higher price at times.
    5 points
  9. I've personally never removed a dew claw from a terrier, they've never given me any reason too. I can't say they serve any perpose, but they certainly haven't hampered them either, it comes down to personal choice. If ABC thinks he's helping his terrier dodge a potential injury then all power to him, it's no different than docking a terrier. As for helping to push and pull through an earth, I can see why you'd think it helps, a nice hook like appendage hanging along the side of a terriers foot, what's not to like ! The truth of the matter is after thirty plus years of digging to terriers
    5 points
  10. If I were you Morton I would forget what others are doing and concentrate on your own dogs that way you will avoid a lot of the flack you receive because regardless what you say or do folks will do what they want with there own dogs,look what happened to George Newcombe he ended up falling out with a lot of folks which I don’t suppose did him any favours as he got older,so calm down and get some pics of your dogs on for us to have a look at,atb with your breeding program.
    5 points
  11. Mickle123 pm me last year because I posted on here that I dug in Hampshire. I took a chance and took him out with me in Gloucestershire. I can tell anyone on here that he is 100% . He is a northern lad who has moved because of work down south and has no network down here . He is an ex service man and a straight flyer . I have had him out since , hunting with our local pack on a number of occasions and have had him on my shoot and trust him . I will be introducing him to a couple of keepers in Hampshire , so he can go beating and hopefully build up some contacts. He has terriers and a handy Lu
    4 points
  12. Build it yourself,probably won't be cheaper but far superior ,pic attached of one I built for a customer ,no idea what the final cost was but wish it was mine
    4 points
  13. i think they will make good mooching dogs.marking for ferreting pushing game out for the gun.odd pheasants in cover etc.but i suppose i am easily pleased never been into digging holes if i was i would get a job with gas board
    4 points
  14. He’s pics forgot to add them!
    4 points
  15. Nice looking pups but having one hanging that far off the floor is asking for trouble if it falls and damages a leg .... especially with that bit of pipe sticking up out of the floor
    4 points
  16. Went out again tonight with Kaiser and the HW 77. We got settled,i had a full leaf suit on and watched and listened to the wildlife. Have you ever heard one of those bird song dvd`s ? It was just lovely to sit there totally unnoticed. Anyways, the 77 has it`s final zero in place and is now "blisteringly accurate". One presentation in a 2 hour wait but boy did this 77 take it`s chance well. Lovely evening in the nursery woods lads, with a bonus, - loved it. atb Mark.
    3 points
  17. Hello old member but not been on for few years , am a self taught artist mostly dogs and i also make sculpture . few pics below hope you like :-D
    3 points
  18. 3 points
  19. id rather a neighbourhood of Alfies than the divs i see hanging about outside my local shops !
    3 points
  20. Never. I've got both jimmy and the thermal is awesome, but it does have drawbacks as well, in certain conditions it's totally blind, damp wet evenings for example, if there is a lot of moisture in the air you cannot see your hand in front of you mate. The other problem with thermal is lining up clear shots in undergrowth, trees, long grass etc, with Nv you can see all the obstructions, thermal cannot. If I had a quid for everytime ive clipped a branch, bramble etc etc, I would be a happy bunny.
    3 points
  21. A pair of marsh harriers, taken while fishing.
    3 points
  22. I think he already has to a degree, he,s accepted he,s a bit different, but he,s making the most of it instead of moaning and blaming the world for the shit hand he was dealt, happiness is worth a lot
    3 points
  23. All of my dogs have dew claws intact and trust me they are functional. Not going to get into an argument about it, not when I know I’m correct and you come from a nation that crops ears....another functional part of a dog
    3 points
  24. Just come back from a few days in Anglesey and boy there are a lot of rabbits there. Talking to the guy whose b&b we stayed in and he said the levels are very high and if we go again he might be able to put me onto a bit of shooting. I had a chat with a guy who came fishing on Moelfre rock pier who said he shoots most of the caravan sites in the area out of season with good results using his sub 12. I love that place although the weather could have been better. I will take the rifle next time. Phil
    2 points
  25. You can't fault what works mate The 100 and Airmax Combo is a good pairing From your previous posts, I was expecting to see a proper retro 80s scope and mounts on that 77 - maybe something in gloss black with a TV style view The mounts you've got on there at the moment are definitely BKLs - there's nothing wrong with that, they're top class mounts, if a little out of place on such a nice classic (in my humble opinion) by the way, good shooting again mate.
    2 points
  26. oh and theres me thinking they came from Wolverhampton ? lol
    2 points
  27. Pulsar 870/970 imo is more than good enough for any type of shooting if you've got the right ir on board . I.e. Ward b 501 ruby sun pill. , I ant joking 600 yards easy with spot on recognized target thermal , all the way if you've got a gold pot under your bed ( but why ) don't know why Jon it gives you a head ache , Plus the range finder is invaluable at nite you might get a n870 for 700/750 these days and really it's hard to miss almost like cheating ( sure shot ) atb lads
    2 points
  28. Just been out on the rape stubble for a couple of hours with a mate and managed 15 I’ll take that with my wonky shooting, he as always showed me how it’s done with 31, he does love a left and a right
    2 points
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  30. To the guy who stole my anti-depressants, I hope you're happy now.
    2 points
  31. Isn't it strange that a lot of Formula 1 drivers are named after Scottish places? Stirling Moss, Eddie Irvine, Lewis Hamilton, Ayr Town Centre. Cheers, D.
    2 points
  32. Looks a bit weird wi no scap metal or bunk beds about spose youl manage tho
    2 points
  33. Nah, I'll be fine mate - I can run faster than Davy
    2 points
  34. Looks real nice mate, be a trout or two in that stream....
    2 points
  35. I know you narna's. It was said tongue in cheek sorry. I shoot springers for 40years. 17 at 900 FPS is a very handy rifle. U.
    2 points
  36. What a bell end
    2 points
  37. This time next year Alfie ...
    2 points
  38. Not saying wasn’t ran well.... just needs few more stalls bit more of a walk round... in my opinion but like ya say some good lads there.... it’s alright for couple hours was f***ing hot just after dinner time tho....
    2 points
  39. Used to take my lad to see them in oxford when he was a youngun they were hillarious & after sho they would stay in foyer talking to the kids & the parents for a good couple of hrs. Genuine blokes. Sad loss. Atb
    2 points
  40. Nice little spot if there was more mouths ta feed one could soon dispose of one a those boys in a night lol. Atb bill
    2 points
  41. New springer spaniel pup, just picked him up yesterday.
    2 points
  42. Do your own thing,walk your own path and make your own mistakes.As soon as you seek unknown company you wear oily footwear.It pays to have a mucker with the same intentions as yourself,watch yer back,lend an helping hand and then feck you over.It takes years to meet the right uns,until then slip alone and dig for two.
    2 points
  43. First pic off google
    2 points
  44. Misty, one out of roybo litter
    2 points
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