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    Indulge yourself...

    Something to lift your spirits on a grey Sunday in January:-

    We are fortunate enough to live in paradise as far as country sports are concerned; the UK is arguably THE destination for driven game, deer stalking & fishing (whether game or coarse). I suspect most SD members have either previously used (or still use) a shotgun, rimfire rifle or a fishing rod in addition to a stalking rifle.

    What is the single sporting memory that will sustain you during old age?
    Last edited by Moonraker68; 09-01-2012 at 06:47.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moonraker68 View Post
    Something to lift your spirits on a grey Sunday in January:-

    We are fortunate enough to live in paradise as far as country sports are concerned; the UK is arguably THE destination for driven game, deer stalking & fishing (whether game or coarse). I suspect most SD members have either previously used (or still use) a shotgun, rimfire rifle or a fishing rod in addition to a stalking rifle.

    What is the single sporting memory that will sustain you during old age?
    Hi Rupert
    Sharon Oliver down by the long jump sand pit when i was at school now she was a sport or shooting a wild boar with an SLR for a troop barbeque while on exercise in germany in the mid 70s
    Geordie

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    my achievement was to save a penalty at wembley and we won the fa cup .td

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    A left and right at wild english partridge.. lots of great memories though as im sure we all have

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    [QUOTE=td;305953]my achievement was to save a penalty at wembley and we won the fa cup .td[/QUOTE

    Well done, but is football not a game rather than a sport?

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    training birds of prey to catch quarry ,lamping with my first lurcher , and shooting my first roe
    Last edited by norma 308; 08-01-2012 at 19:05.

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    Left and right at woodcock when roughshooting with my dad,anytime I successfully get a wounded deer with my dog/dogs

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    Calling my first fox with lamp and shotgun. Shooting my first big fallow buck and picking the first bird with my first spaniel Sika.

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    For me it's always the firsts. My first air rifle, my first rabbit, first deer, first roe buck first British deer.The only notable bird shooting moment was getting a pigeon with one barrel on my shotgun and then seeing another one drop out of the sky about 40 yards behind it. Complete fluke.
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    So many,but,one that sticks with me is when I was given my first knife,it was a folding pocket knife and I would of been about 5 yrs old.....a coming of age so to speak.

    M

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