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Moved to Perth from country Victoria, currently residing in the Perth metro area. I consider myself a recreational shooter, with a WIN LA .22MAG as my weapon of choice.

I am eager to help our farmers out by eradicating some more pests, any invite to stalk on any properties would be greatly appreciated. Email me for further shooting references.

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g'day ValiantUsher and welcome to the state of milk and honey. :D

good as WA is i still don't like your chances of a property owner contacting you mate - more like vice versa.

calici virus has really trimmed down most of the bunny population around Perth so unlikely to find a property owner desperate enough to approach you.

however it's a big state and 1 properly approached landowner could yield you all the foxes and bunnies you want to turn your .22 mag on.

good luck. ;)

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Thanks hawkeye, my email account wasn't flooded with invites, despite my optimistic hopes.

This calls for some diplomacy when approaching the cold-face of the local land-owning community. Armed with cases of CUB's finest, surely they would give me further consideration....

Good luck to me.

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Hi All, I am from WA. Being shooting/hunting since young, recently got my own license and firearms. Do a bit of everything pistol, shotgun and rifle, some competition and some pest control...enjoying the sport while we can..

regards

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G'day,

I'm from the southern suburbs & have been shooting all my life. I went quiet on the shooting front for some years until JWH decided that I didn't need my semi auto 22. So I handed it back & bought another 22, 223,243,30/06, a couple of shotguns & 3 pistols. Now I don't seem to do anything but shoot, I can't get enough of it.

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:ph34r: gday segy here otherwise known as tommo ive been hunting for about 5 years mainly pigs up the top end of wa cambellin (fitzroy river) fitzroy crossing and also a bit in the n.t out near litchfeild .but since moved back down er havent been able to find anywere with good numbers of pigs. i am currently lookin for props to hunt foxes . if anyone knows of any farmers with any fox problems it would be greatly appreciated cheers happy hunting guys
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hi all, been on here for ages but may as well introduce myself

im a committee member of the Australian pig doggers and hunters association, live around perth and mostly hunt smaller game. Do a bit of rabbit work for local areas, people ring me up and ask me to control them.

have a variety of rifles, but have to admit watching a dog work is what i like best

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Heyas,

Shooter from Gingin Western Australia.

been shooting since i was about 8, now 22 and after a few years with little shooting going on i'm starting to get back into it alot more.

probably going to pick up a .17 in the near future to help out taking down the crows and bunnies up on the property.

Cheers

Ragz

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hi all, pig hunter from nz

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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Hi all,

I'm looking for info on hunting pigs. I've done a bit of shooting on properties around the wheatbelt but would like to learn some locations for pig hunting closer to Perth or the southwest.

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