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    hello all

    hello my is Aaron i am 28 living in Bath and have been shooting (shot gun ) for 10+ years working on and around pheasant shoots.
    ​I have recently applied for my rifle licence including a 243 as i would like to learn more about and participate in deer stalking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by az1 View Post
    hello my is Aaron i am 28 living in Bath and have been shooting (shot gun ) for 10+ years working on and around pheasant shoots.
    ​I have recently applied for my rifle licence including a 243 as i would like to learn more about and participate in deer stalking.
    Hello, and welcome to SD, loads of helpful people here

    regards
    pete

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    Welcome Aaron, come and stalk South Africa best way to learn and experience stalking.

    Best Regards

    Gerrit jv Vuuren PH & Outfitter
    Bos en Dal Safaris- South Africa
    gerrit@ehw.co.za
    Home - Bos en Dal Safaris


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    Welcome to the site,

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

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    Welcome Aaron , come to New Zealand for stalking,no seasons,no bag limit

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    i will one day but will learn to walk before i run
    Quote Originally Posted by Bos en Dal Safari's View Post
    Welcome Aaron, come and stalk South Africa best way to learn and experience stalking.

    Best Regards

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    better start saving for over seas trips
    Quote Originally Posted by pecar View Post
    Welcome Aaron , come to New Zealand for stalking,no seasons,no bag limit

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    Quote Originally Posted by az1 View Post
    i will one day but will learn to walk before i run
    No Problems, i always say the best way to learn how to swim is to be thrown into the deep side.
    Good luck on your quest and keep us posted as soon as that first buck falls victim to your thunderstick

    Best regards

    Gerrit jv Vuuren PH & Outfitter
    Bos en Dal Safaris- South Africa
    gerrit@ehw.co.za
    Home - Bos en Dal Safaris


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bos en Dal Safari's View Post
    No Problems, i always say the best way to learn how to swim is to be thrown into the deep side.
    Good luck on your quest and keep us posted as soon as that first buck falls victim to your thunderstick

    Best regards
    That I will do lol on the hunt for the right stick at the right price and then the opportunity to learn how to us it

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