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    Woodcock and a William Jeffery 410

    Went for a walk with some friends on Monday and introducing new dog to walked up shooting. Took my favourite little gun. Up pops a woodcock, one shot later and a picture says it all- and yes I know its upside down, but I have tried every which way to including turning to upside down and then uploading.

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    Quote Originally Posted by McKenzie View Post
    Pretty looking gun.

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    Very pretty - that is lovely striation on the stock.
    O wad some Power the giftie gie us to see oursels as ithers see us!

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    Sweet as. Great shot with a lovely gun.
    What sort of d og

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    what a great little walk out and lovely pic of gun and woodcock, myself i,ve a bit of soft spot for the smaller gauge shot-guns well done that man

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    Very nice, great photo and bound to have been a good shot, they are not easy.
    Is there still a L.and R. Woodcock Club? Have not read a Shooting Times in twenty years or more .jc

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    Well done you get a sense of achievement with the small calibers
    I took my 28 bore on a small driven day yesterday and had five pheasants and a pigeon
    two pheasants were a left and right
    regards pete

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigoak View Post
    Sweet as. Great shot with a lovely gun.
    What sort of d og
    Thanks for all the comments. I might have for a Christmas breakfast, or just saviour it on Boxing Day. And as for the dog, she is one Akeld excellent purpose bread Labrador / BMH dogs. Good nature of the lab, but with the nose and an element of aloofness of the BMH.

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