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    Nice Christmas present, a decent goose load through the legs/ hands, another vote for broken open breeches or bolts all the way back or removed!

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    [The remaining members of the party - in camouflage gear and driving 4x4 vehicles - refused to give details about what happened.)

    Camo gear & 4x4's - oooh! very sinister They must be wrong 'uns .



    [Police said the shooting was an accident and that one man had been charged for a contravention of the Firearms Act. They did not reveal if he was one of the injured pair.)

    But the dog shot two blokes & got off scott free !!!

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    Did the dog just brown the group or was it a genuine left and right?

    Any other doggie witnesses present as the mutt might be up for membership of the ******** Club - two dicks with a single gun effectively brought to hospital?

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    Someone amongst the shooting party should be put forward for a mention in the Darwin awards

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    It would be good to find out if they were using non-lead shot then, if they weren't, like so many duck and goose shooters, prosicute them for that just as the icing on the cake. Bloody good job that their bad weapon handling resuluted in only them getting shot not another dog. JC

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    Quote Originally Posted by JC275 View Post
    It would be good to find out if they were using non-lead shot then, if they weren't, like so many duck and goose shooters, prosicute them for that just as the icing on the cake. JC
    You might wish to read pp3 para 3.1

    http://www.unep-aewa.org/surveys/hun...t_scotland.pdf

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ogive View Post
    You might wish to read pp3 para 3.1

    http://www.unep-aewa.org/surveys/hun...t_scotland.pdf
    Sorry Ogive, can't open the link but I guess you are reprimanding me for the fact that they were inland shooters therefore were entitled to use lead in Scotland. If this is the case then I stand corrected and will beat myself with birch twigs at the first opportunity. Has there been a development in this case as I see the original post is eight months old or is it just another case of someone looking to be argumentative? As I have said, I can't open the link so appologies if I have got the wrong end of the stick. JC

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    No reprimand from me, though if you wish to beat yourself with birch twigs... go for it

    Yes there have been developments... the case was dropped.


    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/scotland/...al/8690346.stm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ogive View Post
    No reprimand from me, though if you wish to beat yourself with birch twigs... go for it

    Yes there have been developments... the case was dropped.


    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/scotland/...al/8690346.stm
    I can open this link but I see that it is dated 18 May 2010 so i'm still missing the point of why it has been brought up again on here today? Sorry if i'm being thick. JC

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