Backstop question

The Croc

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#1
I have just come back from a week working in Cambridge, (the place is Full of Hot Totty :D )
Now with all that very flat land how do you ensure a good backstop when shooting?

Brian
 

Trapper

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#3
Simple ! ensure you shoot from a highseat :lol: Duh! failing that find a binging and a bonging tree!!I believe 222cwd is looking for one! Ha, :et touch'e 222.cwd . T ake your own beer crate! :lol:
Trapper
 

Trapper

Well-Known Member
#4
Simple ! ensure you shoot from a highseat :lol: Duh! failing that find a binging and a bonging tree!!I believe 222cwd is looking for one! Ha, :et touch'e 222.cwd . T ake your own beer crate! :lol:
Trapper
 

monynut

Well-Known Member
#5
Some of my stalking is in the flatlands and 99% of the shots are from highseats, l also have a large area of fenland that l do vermin control on and we shoot .22 up to 243 from the back of a hilux so therefor shooting down, the fen soil is very fine and soft and absorbs the energy of a round very well, also making good use of the banks of the numurus dykes when we can, also knowing the ground intermatly is a great advantage.

It is a worry and there are many shots we turn down because of the safty aspect they will be there another day in a safer place or we get set up in a safer place and wait for them if they are a regular to one place.
 

222cwd

Well-Known Member
#6
I now a man who knows where the binging and bonging tree is and i cant wait to see it i have a crate all ready :eek:
 

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