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New permission help please

Discussion in 'Hunting' started by neiled, Sep 19, 2014.

  1. neiled

    neiled Donator

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    Good day today as I've just got back after picking up a new 200 acre farm permission. After having a good chat with the farmer and getting him to sign my permission paperwork and then having a walk around some of the land, he told me I was free to come and go as I pleased and it was ok for me to shoot any quarry on his land that I was allowed to including and specifically FOX...............as he'd been having some Charlie problems with his chickens.

    North Wales police authority discourage shooting fox with 17HMR (biggest calibre I've got) so I could well be putting in for a new CF fox calibre over the coming weeks so suggestions on what to go for please :)

    I don't think I'll need anything bigger than a fox calibre (no deer etc. on any of my permissions), max range will be 250-300 yards, I can't see me reloading so I'll be buying the ammunition so I hope these points help with your suggestions.
     
  2. terry1001

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    You could ask the FEO if you could use your .17HMR but if you want to go large then think about whether or not you might want to go stalking at some time in the future. If you do then probably a .243 or if you definitely won't tackle deer then a .223 is probably the sensible option. There are some other suitable calibres but .223 should be simple to find ammo pretty well anywhere.
     
  3. r10hunter

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    200 Acres is a small bit of land In CF fox shooting terms if it's not woodland. If that's the only bit of land you are shooting foxes on is it worth the expense and hassle of CF ??
    Were it me I would use the HMR and shotgun to bait points or call them in. You are not going to be talking many foxes on 200 acres, on average land about half will be CF safe.
    But obviously if you want to use this opportunity to get a CF ignore this crack on and have fun Lol.
    Cheers Andy
     
  4. engraver

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    .22-250 or .223 plenty of ammo available.

    some like .204 but ive heard can be ammo fussy and you seem to either get a good one or bad one.
     

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