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    Probably best not to shoot reds three mile from a track - it makes for a long day! Nice account, good to read.

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    all our ground is miles from the track!! thanks for reading

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    I'd rather be getting at them miles from a track than not getting a go at them at all - like I am these days.

    Nice read Inversanda, I bet you had the heart rate racing for a while there.


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    im only just learning drag and drop. With me its usualy the other way round

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    Are you another one, a bit like me who always has a length of rope in the game pocket.. just in case...

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    Good post and welcome to a very informative site.

    I will be in the highlands from sunday on sika, red and roe and to say i'm excited is an understatement.

    Hopefully I'll have some pictures and a report once I get back.
    Below is a link to my website.
    Quad sticks

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    just listen to your stalker---- thise guys know what there doing

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