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    Aye aye

    Hiya, just to introduce myself. Malcolm's the name, do a bit of game and a bit of vermin and will do a bit of roe once the DSC1 is under my belt.
    Located near Banchory, Aberdeenshire, when I'm not bobbing around the oceans.

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    Welcome to the site,

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

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    Welcome to the SD


    Alba gu brąth

    Sauer 101 6.5x55, Beretta Silver Pigeon 12g Over&Under

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    Thanks for the welcome folks.
    To expand a little, I help organise and run a small rough/pheasant syndicate, 400 birds down last year. The ground we are on has a small population of roe and plenty foxes, so I ventured into the world of centre fire rifles a couple of years ago.
    I bought a Sako 75 stainless synthetic in .243, fitted with a Swarovski 8x50 second hand, which I was advised perfectly adequate for my needs on the type of ground we have. I've since had Russell Gall screw cut it and fitted an ASE Utra stainless moderator to it.
    I have contacted Moray Outfitting as regards getting my DSC1 under way in the next while, as work has always gotten in the way of it until now, just waiting on an email back from them.

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    Wecome m8 atb wae the level 1

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    Hi Malxwal!

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    How do mate

    I`m bobbin aboot as we speak,, back onshore on Wed Yay!

    So why the DSC1 ?? you do know you don`t need it.? If it`s ground you already have, you can just get on with it bud. Spend the money on 2 guided stalks,, you`ll learn as much

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    You will learn a good bit from doing your DSC1 with Andy and John, great lads with a wealth of knowledge..


    Alba gu brąth

    Sauer 101 6.5x55, Beretta Silver Pigeon 12g Over&Under

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