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    Stalking vermin shooting FTR clay shooting rough shooting High driven game birds.

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  1. The big point with the lenzi bag for me was not the leather ( if any thing it's a minus as I don't think it's going to be great in the rain ) but what it's comes filled with a high density volcanic sand if I'm wrong on the description please do rectify the wait of the thing plus density is what makes it work for me. How ever using a thick mat is negating the bag so I intend to have my aim field sports Matt modified. I recommend also making sure your rifle stock sits down on the top of the bag between the ears.
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    Another use for thermal

    This thread has given me an idea I'll take mine with me on Saturday for a driven pheasant shoot it's a woodland shoot and or though we have a good team of picker ups some times it's difficult to find a bird in the cover so I'll try with a thermal. ive got the latest from Clive Ward so my trusty Pulser 38s is up for sale just pm if interested.
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    Know your quarry, squirrels (request).

    Shot loads over and the years using a shot gun it's quite simple really
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    Warden Digcepter

    Ok I've just looked Night vision stores web site and it isn't listed but it was recommended by Clive.
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    Warden Digcepter

    The Drone Pro has all ways been considered the best digital nightvision available in the UK by most nightvision pundits, I myself have two the mark one with the 10x added on and the mark two that came with the 10x as standard. Over a period of time i've shot a lot of foxes and rabbits using both however I found myself looking for an alternative when the company in Ireland stopped selling Drones as Armersight were bought out by Fleur. I went and bought the Digcepter first thing I noticed was the high build quality it's a lot more rugged construction than the Drone 10x i've had it for some weeks mounted on my 223 I can honestly say it exceeds the performance of the Drones in all areas. Full set up is very easy as was the Drone un like other night vision I've had experience with helping friends over many hours work out complicated menu systems. After taking time i'm playing with the brightness settings on the reticle and the screen I found I have a better picture out to 300 yards than the Drones I initially started on standard set up and found it was equal now after many hours of use it surpasses. Battery life is much improved over the Drones and using straightforward rechargeables as recommended by Clive are cheap and easy. I'm using a laser supplied by Clive but have experimented with his SunRanger large and small the larger one on a clear night enables me see to well out past 300yards to a range that I would not shoot at night. I will be selling my mark two Drone sometime in the New Year as I now have full confidence in the Digcepter i've also got one of Clive's thermal scopes to set up and use so I'll let you know haw I get on with that as well.
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    Precision Rifle League Officially Launched

    Ok that teach me to look properly the venues are on the site!
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    Precision Rifle League Officially Launched

    Looks interesting but we're are the venues please? I'm very interested as long as it doesn't clash with any F class league shoots.
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    Morlander it's my only comment I've got better things to do with my time like killing tree rats in the day time and fluffy cuddly foxs at night and not being brain washed by Walt Disney. no more comment to make
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    Can the moderators not put a stop to this thread it's painfully obvious it's been started by a non shooter. ive seen threads stoped on here before so come on chaps do your job. or have things got to get too such a point of of outrageously out of control as and when some one has had enough of the bunny huger. This is ukvarminting PC after all.
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    Drone pro

    I've got two thermals ones a 38s and the other is the new one from night vision uk I'm finding a big difference as technology has moved on. its od how some nights water vapour in the air effects thermals or night vision using an IR. which thermal were you using?
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    Drone pro

    Just been out tonight I took the thermal and a night master torch it's foggy I've only walked round and re baited two bait sites on our farm, loads of bounce back as it were with a torch and I know the same if used an ir torch with night vision.. With the thermal I could still spot rabbits and the od brock it's good just to go out with a thermal and spot the wild life on a clear night.
  12. I totally agree it's more of a challenge using a lamp but we're not always out just because we want to it started with my mates farmer he works for losing 25 plus lambs and having to move sheep off a large acreage of marsh a few years back.Now we keep on top of a large acreage for farmers and a couple of shoots.it now looks like we are going down the being paid for it root which will mean operating in town and country.
  13. That's what thermals are for, there's been times when I've seen people out on land were they weren't meant to be only because I had a thermal spotter. Travellers are using night vision round here so if we're out with a light they know we're there but we won't see them which could again prove interesting! .which scope did you have a look through bud? There's a world of difference in scopes and spotters. Some NV I've seen Ide rather use a lamp. Me and my three mates were saying that next year on the stubble we will have a night out old school with lamp and rifle. Bet we still take a thermal spotter or two with us though!
  14. A few have said that to me until they came out for a look round your always welcome if your coming to Kent bud.
  15. When you going to come over to the night vision side bud ?

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