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    Young rabbit stalkers

    I was asked by a mother if I would take her young sons rabbit shooting, as they were not having any success about the farm.
    After some schooling I took them out together and I think they did well and looked like they enjoyed it.Click image for larger version. 

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    Nice to see the youth coming outside rather than being sat on a games console. Glad they have outdoors parents and friends like yourself to get them out and about. Well done mate.
    "Eagles may soar, but, Weasels don't get sucked in to jet engines" Anon

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    Superb the future of our pursuit is in the hands of youngsters we need more of it well done that man they will not forget that day and many more to come... All the money in the world cannot buy that experiance of rabbit shooting when you are young best way to learn field craft and respect for the quarry keep up the good work.
    Too Old Soon Too Late Smart

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    Quite a bag there! Good going.

    How did you get so many? Did you just walk them up in the daylight in that field?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Southern View Post
    Quite a bag there! Good going.

    How did you get so many? Did you just walk them up in the daylight in that field?
    The Ragwort must have given them plenty of cover to creep up on them.

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    Nice to see young Kids Getting an FAC

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