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    A coulpe of trouble makers....

    This happened a while ago
    my mother in laws neighbour has a haulage business and has a couple of fields out the back. Which have a few sheep and some chickens. His wife had seen charlie coming in and helping himself to some of the chickens in the afternoon. So he asked if I could help.

    Luckily he had a loader and put a board on the tines so it was used as a makeshift high seat





    So high seat in place and the waiting game started, watched a cracking sunset






    It was not until last light when I saw the first one moving in the field, but there was no shot on due to it moving in and out of the sheep. By this time I was losing the light.

    A few days later I was up there again and this time he had moved the sheep to another field and topped the nettles, waited for last light when I saw Charlie moving from right to left. He paused. Number one in the bag



    Another couple of days latter up again , last light again and number 2 in the bag




    Haven't had any problems since

    Job done

    Jonathon

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    Jonathon..

    Come on bud..

    Its times like these you need a good friend to be helping you out

    No need to struggle on your own..

    ATB

    Terry
    Blessed be the sheeple for they shall inherit bugger all...

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    Jonathon great pics and great end result
    good idea on the high seat also

    regards pete .

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    great pics !

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    Chicken rustlers

    Jonathon thats a nice pair of chicken rustlers youve bagged there mate, thats stopped thier antics
    In photo 2 unless its my eyes [probably] it looks like you have a barrel mounted sling fitted do you find it affects the harmonics/accuracy at all .
    ATB
    RICK O SHEA

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    nice couple foxes sorted out there then, and a good improvised high seat for the field, not exactly mobile tho

    I'm from Hereford too and shoot near to loeminster and we have noticed a lot of them about this time of year, next month onwards we normally see a lot of activity so they're starting early this year
    was out last night seen 5 but only got a shot on 1 due to the others not being safe, will be out the weekend for them from another angle

    atb Richard
    UK GUNWORKS customized 260 AI on a Remmy 700 Blue printed action, Border barrel 1/8 twist, McMillan Hunter stock, Third eye sound mod, 20MOA rail, Rings and bolt knob, Zeiss Conquest 6-20x50 scope

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    Quote Originally Posted by RICK O SHEA View Post
    Jonathon thats a nice pair of chicken rustlers youve bagged there mate, thats stopped thier antics
    In photo 2 unless its my eyes [probably] it looks like you have a barrel mounted sling fitted do you find it affects the harmonics/accuracy at all .
    ATB
    RICK O SHEA
    RICK

    No , your eye sight is perfect mate. I 'coppied' the idea from Thar off the site. It really helps the balnace when 'lugging' the heavy barrelled T3 around with a Jet Z on the end.

    I have not noticed any effect on accuracy of the rifle at all, it will still shot better all day than I can.

    if i do my bit right it can sub 1inch at 100m with factory rounds.

    I also have the same thing on my 30-06 T3 lite.


    Jonathon

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