Just after some advice re cabinet space.
I'm about to apply for my FAC. .22LR (some areas noise sensitive/jumpy rabbits), .17HMR (often need to take longer rabbits/crows and hard clay ground with ricochet risk) and .243 (fox/deer) (hoping for the best here, first FAC, we'll see, been told it's worth just going for it, they can only say no, ground is already cleared for .243).
I currently have a 5 gun normal (not deep) brattonsound cabinet with 2 Shotguns in it. I've been offered a small ammo cabinet for free by a friend which I'll take. I'm now wondering about fitting the guns in.
Do you think that if I got a separate 3 gun shotgun cabinet I'd be able to get 3 rifles with scopes on into a 5 gun shotgun cabinet?
Trying to go for the most cost effective solution here, I can get a 3 gun cabinet for £90 as opposed to getting a very large, extra deep cabinet for everything for £200...
Thanks in advance!
p.s. as a side note, what do you think my chances are for getting all 3 rifles with moderators? I have permission over 1000 acres of arable/pasture and will hopefully have more in due course. Thames Valley area.