Bob I think you have it the wrong way around, getting on private is the challenge unless they are enrolled in the BMA.
But too be honest there is so much public land it's not necessary to access the private, but I did rock up to one ranch one day and just asked, 'yes no problem the rancher said...
Yep, that's what he has got, my mate had one, got into a right dispute with Blaser (he is also anal with his cleaning) whilst they never admitted they had done a run of faulty steel they did supply him with a replacement barrel, but he had to pay for it, albeit at a discounted rate.
Never had an...
I made this for less than £100
@mchughcb it is heavy but us Devonians are strong in the arm (I won't complete the rhyme :lol: ) but it didn't stop some anti twat chucking it into a stream last year.
That is spot on and correct.
It's exactly what I did when I sold a rifle on here last year, we both sent the FAC special delivery and it worked well, sorry for your experience @Woodsmoke that is a real PITA
I use Sitka Gear, if it's just light rain I wear my Jetstream jacket, even in a sudden down pour I will be fine.
If its chucking it down I wear the Cloudburst Goretex jacket, it isn't the quietest, but lets face it when it's hoofing it down the deer can't hear too much anyway!
It's not cheap...
At least the Guardian have published it, and a RSPB quote as well, amazing.
Not sure about the statement of 35,000 acres, a slight exaggeration on his part, but at least the article is out there in the public domain so thank him for that.
Quite simple really, do as they ask.
I did it for a client years ago, for some reason they opened up his certificate well within 5 years, must of got fed up with him informing them every time he went out with me.