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    Hi all

    Hi all,
    Newbie here.........(Oh no not another one).....who said that !!
    Just like to say a few words about miself so as to introduce....

    I have spent 17 years working in the countryside management sector, ranger, senior ranger then countryside officer, i now work as a countryside contractor.
    I'me not yet into the deer stalking/hunting side of things, just moving up through the air rifle catagory ha ha.........but i have lofty ambitions....

    I thought i would enroll here so i can gather the correct info from experienced peoples...

    An i need to expand my knowledge on firearms, calibres etc etc etc........

    so many thanks for putting up with my questions an stuff from the future.......



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    Distinguished Member tartinjock's Avatar
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    Dec 2007
    Nairn, Inverness-shire
    Welcome to the Site. We all have had to start somewhere, this site is a very good formative/informative start. Ask away, a wealth of experienced and unexperienced users on here, somebody, regardless of experience on here will hopefully have the answer you're looking for.

    Every day turns out to be a school day on the SD.

    Position and hold must be firm enough to support the firearm
    The firearm must point naturally at the target without any undue physical effort
    Sight alignment (aiming) must be correct
    The shot must be released and followed through without disturbing the position

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    I also originate from the Lancashire (Blackburn Rovers supporter!!), but now live in Inverness-shire, for quality of life reasons, incl deer and stalking.

    I am employed by Scot Nat Heritage as Wild Deer Best Practice Manager. If you want the best intro to deer management go to welcome to BPG
    and get WDBP Guides. You get free updates, and invites to free demo days, next ones 27/28 Oct in Dumfriesshire.


    Mike Cottam

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    Cheers Mike,
    bolton boy myself, although not big on the footie ha ha

    Cheers for the heads up, my next port of call


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