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    Another day on the farm

    Took the boy and a mate for a goat shoot today before school goes back tomorrow. Got about 18 all up.
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    mate got his first head.

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    Brilliant. We'll done
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    It was a good day dad thanks. I'm sure we all had a good day especially me, we got a fair few. There was some really nice shooting done, especcialy our mate considering it was his second goat shoot.Name:  007.jpg
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    Good bit of damage to the population. Well done.
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    Great. Looks like a place Fallow should be, too.
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    Good stuff.
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    Awesome work fellas
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    Good stuff. Pull any head shots?
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    Well done fellas I have just broken the news too Buddy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dundee View Post
    Well done fellas I have just broken the news too Buddy.
    How did he take it Dundee. Was he cut up? Ha ha ha ha
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    Bleeted his head off
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dundee View Post
    Bleeted his head off
    Better than bleeding with his head off.
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    Done you ever let that poor little bugger read this forum, the anxiety would kill him!
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    Boom, cough,cough,cough

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    Nice one Mate!!,I took my oldest boy out to the exact same thing we smoked about 16 I even managed to get two with one at around 310yards.The boy was in charge of the camera but he was enjoying spotting more than snapping which suited me.Good to spend the last day of the week with ya boy aye nice one and congrats to your boys efforts two.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neckshot View Post
    Nice one Mate!!,I took my oldest boy out to the exact same thing we smoked about 16 I even managed to get two with one at around 310yards.The boy was in charge of the camera but he was enjoying spotting more than snapping which suited me.Good to spend the last day of the week with ya boy aye nice one and congrats to your boys efforts two.
    yes it was a good way to spend the day we all had fun and back to school tomorrow.its funny how i ended out using the smallest riffle today.

 

 

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