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    newbie

    hi all been looking for a while and thought i had better register

    i live in east lothian and have been shooting for 23yrs i have 2500 acres of land to shoot over with some roe stalking .i love rifle work be it foxes,rabbits but roe stalking is my love
    i dont do much but enjoy what i do i pick up on 2 local estates and am looking to improve my stalking skills on here so sorry if i ask a lot of questions

    andy

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    welcome andy fromover here in westlothian.

    frank

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    andy

    Welcome to the forum! Never apologise for asking questions .

    I take it from your user name that you're another with one (or more) of these :



    willie_gunn
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    andy

    Welcome to the forum! Never apologise for asking questions .

    I take it from your user name that you're another with one (or more) of these :



    willie_gunn
    thanks willie gunn yeh m8 i have 4 cockers 2 choc 2 black and 2 labs

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    I'm on my first cocker - the little black bitch in the photo. Also have 2 labs, but the cocker rules the roost

    If I'd known that the cocker would train itself I'd have bought one years ago - much easier than the labs, although the latter is the dog I take stalking.

    willie_gunn
    O wad some Power the giftie gie us to see oursels as ithers see us!

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    Quote Originally Posted by willie_gunn View Post
    Andy

    I'm on my first cocker - the little black bitch in the photo. Also have 2 labs, but the cocker rules the roost

    If I'd known that the cocker would train itself I'd have bought one years ago - much easier than the labs, although the latter is the dog I take stalking.

    willie_gunn
    yeh i know what you mean buddy ever tryed to train a cocker for stalking iv got a 1year old black dog i am thinking of giving a go he is dead steady and has a great nose

    andy
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    Quote Originally Posted by cocker View Post
    yeh i know what you mean buddy ever tryed to train a cocker for stalking iv got a 1year old black dog i am thinking of giving a go he is dead steady and has a great nose

    andy
    i love cocker's i think they are the best,nice photos,cocker/Willie-gunn,ile have to try and post mine!!

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ID:	1170heres mine,9 months old at the time,from Malcolm fieldsend (ngo) and shes doing just great!!

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    hi steyr your wright cockers are the best i have a pup thats just coming throught the ranks at the moment and he is coming along great nice dog you have there to
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    At last what took you so long.

    Welcome along gaj

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