I've just joined the forum and look forward to participating in, and learning from its discussions.
I've been shooting for 30-odd years, using airguns, shotguns, and muzzle-loading, rimfire, and centrefire long-arms and pistols.
I load all my centrefire ammo in .204, .222, .223, .243 and .308, as well as subsonic shells for my moderated shotguns.
The majority of my outings are after foxes, rabbits, corvids and pigeons, but I also get in a few day's walked up and driven game shooting each year, and do a bit of stalking for muntjac and roe.
It's my good fortune to get out with a gun of one kind or other most days of the week, most of the year, if only for an hour or so, and I can't imagine life without such opportunities to engage with the rhythms of the natural world, and to share such experiences with like-minded friends.
Best regards to all,