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  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by Hayduke View Post
    A cheap .22 starter pistol/blank firer please? I am training my dog and want to gently introduce her to bangs.
    Any ideas please?
    Our wildfowling club have regular training sessions, this involves quite a lot of blank firing, so maybe look around for a local gun dog club as they get to socialise with other dogs....

    I sourced the field FOC and over the last 2 years the club has done very well in the trial cups in the county


    Tim.243
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    You can always tell an Essex Boy, just you cant tell him much...

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  2. #12
    Just an FYI for people like me who wish to use it. Seems you can use it fairly freely.


    Hi, Many thanks for contacting us regarding the Single Shot. The Single Shot has been proofed by the London Proofing House, and meets with all their requirements. The units can only accept .22 short (6mm) blanks and has an obstruction in the exhaust that means no object can be inserted, accidentally or deliberately, that could then be ejected by force. Made out of stainless steel the units are robust and is virtually indestructible.

    The gun law in England does not allow for the carrying of any gun un-sleeved in public, on private land guns should be shown to be safe by being broken or shown to be unloaded. This law also applies to imitation guns. The Single Shot is not an imitation gun and therefore does not contravene any gun law.

    If used in public places the by-laws regarding noise and nuisance should be reviewed, and out of courtesy I always let the land owner know that I might be using a Single Shot during the dog training session.

    I hope this explanation helps.

    Mary-Jane Opie
    GundogDummies

  3. #13
    'Tis arrived today. Very cool little toy and handy. Quite stiff to operate so if you have stiff hands or struggle with fiddly things might not be for you but still it's a nice little piece of equipment.

  4. #14
    Thank you folks, appreciate the answers.

    Am I ok to pop these off in the garden? Fairly sure it says nothin in my deeds, they aren't a firearm, I live on the edge of a rural market town. I appreciate it could be antisocial if I took the p_ss, but a couple of loud pops in the daytime over the course of a month or so , wouldn't do any harm ? ? If I let my neighbour know beforehand ? Be just like a car backfiring.

  5. #15
    Quote Originally Posted by Hayduke View Post
    Thank you folks, appreciate the answers.

    Am I ok to pop these off in the garden? Fairly sure it says nothin in my deeds, they aren't a firearm, I live on the edge of a rural market town. I appreciate it could be antisocial if I took the p_ss, but a couple of loud pops in the daytime over the course of a month or so , wouldn't do any harm ? ? If I let my neighbour know beforehand ? Be just like a car backfiring.

    Yeo your good to go. That's what I have been doing it's only 22 blanks so morning like a 12b or rifle

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