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    Col

    Hi guy, a little introduction is required, I have been shooting,and reloading a few years now, but about this time last year I took the step to start stalking, I have been with a mentor since and now
    I feel confident on asking the police to hopfully remove the conditions and be allowed to stalk on my own,
    Any advice and tips would be much appreciated
    I also belong to Cardiff shooting centre, firing at sevenside,near the bridge.
    Having just read the sticky, I use a .22lr and 357 mag carbine for rabbits etc, I use a 223 for fox and I also use 2 .308s, 1 for target and a remmy 700 for deer
    Last edited by Col; 11-06-2013 at 21:43.

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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 to the forum Col
    There is lots to read and see - there are lots of experienced heads to talk to as well
    regards
    ​Andrew

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