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Thread: Hello from the east of Scotland

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    Hello from the east of Scotland

    Hello all.

    I don't have a FAC yet. My shotgun license is up for renewal next year, I'm considering adding a FAC but I'm trying to decide if it will be worth it. I have been out on multiple nights for rabbits, foxes and the occasional Roe. I am in two pheasant syndicates, I shoot crows and pigeons out with the pheasant season.


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    welcome to the forum, sounds like you need a FAC, just go for it

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    Welcome. Do it!! Save money going co terminous

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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! I agree, if your shotgun certificate is up for renewal soon inquire about getting a co-terminus FAC/Shotgun certificate. It saves you money and makes keeping track of renewal dates easy. But yes, if you have the land already available to shoot on I'd go for an FAC. Keeping control of the foxes could always help the birds out for next season!!

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