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    Oddjobs introduction

    Hi, I am new to deer stalking, ive just completed and passed my DSC1, and am keen to find some land to shoot over or be mentored. I have the possibility of shooting over an estate in Oxford, but as I say its just a possibility at the moment. If anyone has any suggestions for a newbie like me im all ears!
    Ive handled scoped weapons for a good few years now though mainly in the military, my love of shooting has followed me from work to pleasure and I enjoy being out in the countryside. I also shoot clay pigeon and air rifle.
    Im considering joining a shooting club as I also enjoy long range shooting.
    I own my own shotgun but do not have a firearms certificate yet, mainly because of the afformentioned lack of anywhere to shoot.
    Ive come to this forum in order to gain some knowledge about deer stalking from the people who do it regularly.
    Any tips or advice will always be well recieved.
    Oh and I forgot to mention I have just got a bullmastiff pup, do they make good deer dogs?
    Many thanks and im sure I will enjoy looking around!
    Last edited by Oddjob; 13-12-2012 at 20:01.

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    welcome ,have a look through the stalking section and book an odd day out with someone so you can see what the crack is about and then you have good reason to posses a centrefire if its for you , you will learn more from the guides off here in a short space of time than trying to find ground and jump through hoops to satisfy the police, good luck and let us know how you get on, atb wayne
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    Welcome to the SD mate,hope you find somewhere good to do your shooting
    Enjoy yourself's later than you think !!

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    Welcome to the site,

    A clever man knows his strengths, a wise man knows his weaknesses

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    Thanks for the welcome guys, and Mereside thanks for that advice, I will do just that and let you know how it goes.

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