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"The Dromia Rule"

Deer Stalking… reliable word of mouth recommendation from someone you know has undertaken such stalking being offered by a specific syndicate is best. Like other walks of life, stalking has its scammers. E.G., make sure there is deer, of the species sought, on the land being made available; that appropriate insurance is in place; that there is recourse for recompense if it all goes wrong. In addition, obtain and understand terms and conditions; consider the implications of allowing a syndicate leader to be a FAC mentor; make sure ‘coaches’ are suitably qualified; consider the quality of deer management, the construction & execution of a shooting plan and safety; determine if the land is over-shot.

If in doubt, contact BASC or similar.

Anyone considered to be a scammer will be banned without warning.

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 10, 2016 11:29 pm 
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It might also vary according to who the lady is, whose underwear you're wearing...


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 29, 2016 4:32 pm 
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Maybe that could be the new Full Bore calendar for 2017.
Shooters in their wives under crackers :good: All proceeds to charity.
I'll have to pass on this one due to my none photogenic appearance but I'll donate :D

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PostPosted: Fri Mar 24, 2017 7:24 pm 

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Everything about a 12 bore is cheaper and simpler so that does it for me.

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PostPosted: Fri Mar 24, 2017 7:37 pm 

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Currently shoot 12, 20 and have a 10 bore in the cabinet. 20 bore gets taken out for pigeon and the occasional rough shooting day where its pheasant and pigeon. Very true comments above about not using heavy loads with them, I shoot sbs which in 20 bore are very elegant, and fast.
One of the local keepers shot with a 20 bore towards the end of his days, he could put just about anybody with a 12 bore to shame on pheasant and pigeon. Probably going to get rid of my old 12 bores at some point and have the 20 for general stuff, and a semi auto for wildfowl and fox. If your talking about getting a gun to carry around, 20 bore is great for that, easy to reload as well, although you have to be shooting it a lot to make it worth the bother.

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