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Fun stalking event . It will be about shot placement, knowing your rifle ballistics and bullet drop and using guidelines of law and permissions when out stalking.


Great for the novice and challenging for the more experienced.


Using sticks fence posts car Bonnet , bipod and free standing. You will be asked to range find and hit kill zone that will be a bit smaller than the general kill zone of a deer .


It will also have a few thing to throw you and make you think of laws and

Permissions .


Will finish with paper at 300  just for fun and not to encourage 300 yard shots on deer


Deer target

Gongs , eggs

And more ...



Your need a Range finder . Open license. And a zeroed stalking moderated rifle 

60 rounds of hunting amo

License and insurance 


Fly high Shooting ground Dartmouth 

24th June 

Fees £35.00

Burgers tea/coffee available 

Book with Sue 07855 404506 to confirm and for payment details 


Many thanks 




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