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    A quick introduction

    I have been involved in stalking for the last 30+years, using mainly a 270 Rigby - a special build donated, by a very special wife, as a Christmas gift.

    Being aged and semi retired, I have, during the last few years, become involved in long distance target shooting (1000 yard), which in turn has had an interesting effect on my stalking. I am now happier to use high-seats but the shot taken is now always in the neck.

    I have over a 40 year period breed my own line of working Labradors and one of my current bitches is just about the best deer dog I have owned.

    My wife and I turn out to help the Sussex police when the have a road casualty that involves deer.


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    Welcome John.

    Suspect silence thus far is a result of bated breath regards the neck shot sentence

    I hope you find the forum welcoming and informative.
    Stalking and Courses
    BASC Approved Trainer & Assessor. Cairngorm National Park Authority Approved Supplier. Supported by Sauer Arms
    See you at Kelso, Scone & Moy 2016

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    Welcome to the site, nothing wrong with neck shots

    A clever man knows his strengths, a wise man knows his weaknesses

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    Welcome the site and i hope u find the hlp as gd as i have


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    Thanks for the welcome chaps... can anyone point me in the right direction for a supplier of wooden trophy shields?


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