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    HIGH SEAT security

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    I thought i would show you my security for my seat. just put it up today on some new roe ground .
    This is quick and cheap it covers three rungs of the ladder.
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    That dont look to hard to climb and i think the noise of getting chains etc off before climbing in a morning would be to much hastle.

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    Evening Bri, have you had trouble with thefts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 6pointer View Post
    That dont look to hard to climb and i think the noise of getting chains etc off before climbing in a morning would be to much hastle.
    I have complied with safety. i dont care if anyone climes over and brake there necks.I have taken reasonable care and signed it saying keep off.
    As for the chains i will post you the picture of one of the many Roe that live it that 100 acre wood that has not been shot in for years.Please send me some pictures of your high seat safety.You do seen to know the right way to do things. I am always ready to learn fron the ex sperts
    many thanks brian.. from cornwall

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    Hi mate do you know if i invented a gun with heat seeking ability. Someone would find fault with it.
    They should see how many deer i shoot a year. I could put a 24 hour lookout on the high seat .
    But it could be attacked by the talliban with chainsaws. Now i should have thought of that.
    O by the way good evening.

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    My seats are portable they arrive and leave with me but i would love to see lots of pictures of deer out of your 100 acre wood this is what the sites about.
    Now calm down
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    Just a question, not having a go. why would you put your phone number on the front ? i wouldnt.

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    winnie the pooh lives in the hundred acre wood i bet his mate tigger would get into that high seat

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    I thought i would show you my security for my seat. just put it up today on some new roe ground .
    This is quick and cheap it covers three rungs of the ladder.
    Instead of a noisy chain we make a hole in the wood and use a bike lock. No noise at all providing you occasionally oill the hinges.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 6pointer View Post
    My seats are portable the arrive and leave with me but i would love to see lots of pictures of deer out of your 100 acre wood this is what the sites about.
    Now calm down
    Thanks but I have over forty seats and towers. I think it would be to noisy carrying seats some times over a mile in the dark and setting up. The deer would hear us for miles .Its ideal if you only have one seat. If you look on my pictures i am doing my best. Location CORNWALL.

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