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Hi All,

Just moved here from the UK, and currently just started the 28 day cooling off period in my firearms license application. All my guns are on a boat, and due here in Feb sometime, so hopefully it won't be too long after that I'm back shooting again.

Oh, and I can get pistols here again too! Fantastic! :D

But had to sell the sound moderators and the semi-auto .22 before I came. Oh well.

Jeff

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Gday fellas

im a tasmanian import working in Kalgoorlie been out here for 14 months :o

im almost starting to like the place :P

only been to perth once.......as far as citys go its a good one <_<

well enjoy your hunting......Jef#### i use to shoot western action and silhouette ;)

im almost tempted to shoot the pistolas again but i have to meany projects on the go :rolleyes:

cheers steve

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gday all

im stu from WA im a pig hunter (dogging) ive got a 5 1/2 month old english mastiff x bull arab dog that im training up to catch me some big ol boars....would love to catch up with some other WA piggers for a yarn and maube go out for a hunt if anyones keen.

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G`day all, have only just moved to WA from NSW a couple of weeks ago, dont really know anyone over here yet, so hoping to meet up with some good people. Ive been into the sport for many years as a benchrest shooter, trap and hunting, i had some properites back in nsw, and worked on a diary for a few years, so was out shooting nearly every day...

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G'day,

I registered back in Dec 05 and have lurked around since then. I have 200 acres just out of Narrogin with the odd resident fox and some roos.

My main interest is lever actions and single shots. I curently have:

Win 94 in .30WCF,

Win 92 (1921 built) in .32WCF,

Uberti copy of Win 73 in .357 Mag,

Original BSA Martini .310 Cadet,

Sportco .22 Martini,

W.W. Greener Martini in .357 Mag, and

.32-40 currently being built on a W.W. Greener 12G Martini action.

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Hello all,

I am new to this forum. Been shooting on and off for about 15 years. Live in the great southern part of WA - Woodanilling. Is a small town near Katanning.

We are being currently overrun with foxes to shoot, got two the other night with my Anschutz .22. Otherwise there are a few rabbits, but a few hundred less now that we have found where they live LOL.

I work on a sheep / wheat farm, so works out really well for shooting whenever I want. I don't leave home without my little .22.

Currently have:

Anschutz (1974 build) mod. 1441 .22 5 shot bolt action

Anschutz (1964 build) mod. 1516 .22 WMR being converted to .17 HMR

Paramount / custom target rifle in .308 caliber

Woody_rod

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G'day I'm Rob from Perth. I've been shooting since I can remember but I've only recently bought my own rifle; a .223REM Tikka T3. My family's has got some land in the hills around Perth near Baker's Hill. I only hunt foxes because that is all there is on the properties...

I joined the forum to swap ideas with fellow hunters because I work in a hospital and there ain't too many hospital workers in to hunting!!

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G,day . I'm from the Eastern Wheatbelt . Originally off a farm and have been hunting for about 35 years . Have 4 centrefires and have been reloading for 26 years . Enjoy chasing rabbits , foxes , goats , pigs .

Like Sakos and other accurate rifles . Just about to build a new custom .243 Ackley .

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