Recent content by jamross65

  1. Sold: Schmidt & Bender 3-12x50 Klassik

    Not to hand, I'd need to take more tomorrow in daylight.
  2. Sold: Schmidt & Bender 3-12x50 Klassik

    30mm tube and 1cm/0.36" click adjustment.
  3. Sold: Schmidt & Bender 3-12x50 Klassik

    Scope is in immaculate, unused condition. No ring marks or scratches on tube. Lenses unmarked. A8 reticle in 1FP. Boxed with paperwork. Bought from a member on here for a rifle that's now having a change of use so no longer required. £575
  4. ST correction

    More garbage and misleading info. You have the right to enter regardless, without a firearm! Stop spinning this crap and using animal welfare as your reason. I'm still waiting for your help in finding the bit in the working group report that refers to you being allows to enter land with a...
  5. ST correction

    Wrong......totally wrong.
  6. ST correction

    Garbage.......seriously, absolute garbage reference your opening sentence above.... For some reason you don't seem able to differentiate between what sect 25 actually allows you to do and the reasons for it's existence within the Deer Act and the possible offences committed under the Firearms...
  7. ST correction

    That is precisely what the act refers to jubnut. It makes provision for you to use a firearm that under normal circumstances would be illegal for use on a fit, healthy, uninjured and non suffering deer.....in other words better to use a firearm that has deemed unsuitable for the humane killing...
  8. ST correction

    FFS Wayne! It isn't a ****ing contest about who can read the best! You've made a claim that a firearm is specifically referred to as being acceptable on land during a follow up you otherwise do not have permission to be on with said firearm. I cannot see it so asked for you to cut and paste it...
  9. ST correction

    Does it? Where? Cut and paste please. Because the last words refer to seeking advice from the Crown Office and PF.....
  10. ST correction

    Yes, I did read it. Twice..... And neither time did I read anything that contradicts a single thing I said above.....please point out what I missed or what I have said that you think is wrong? Wayne, if you recall on every occasion this has come up I have always said that to state this reason...
  11. ST correction

    This is a very good point being made. I also see that you perhaps purposely don't refer to the dispatch of a wounded or suffering animal being an issue for you, just the use of a firearm on your land for this purpose and quite rightly so. The removal of a carcass in my opinion is very clear and...
  12. Best Practice for using a dog

    Well, that's interesting. So it DOES appear that when entering land in Scotland to track a wounded deer taking a firearm is NOT allowed as offences under the Firearms Act are still relevent, unless permission has been granted by that landowner.......EXACTLY what some of us have been saying all...
  13. The 243 may be fine in some localities, but

    Glad to see you haven't lost it Jim! :lol::lol::lol:
  14. The 243 may be fine in some localities, but

    Agreed. I would never question the experiences of the likes of Bogtrotter and his use of the .243 on the large numbers of red he has shot. I'm not questioning the performance of the .243 at all to be honest. But in my experience with Sika where guests were shooting them in the chest on the...
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