If your dog is anything like my young German Shorthaired Pointer you will see the value in some added protection when working in undergrowth with brambles and thorns. This is the concept the Tracker Vest is born from. The Vest is made from 6mm thick neoprene in an unmissable florescent orange so it will also give some protection and insulation from the weather as well as making the dog easy to spot in cover or low light.
It comes in 5 sizes (the vest photographed is size Large). Getting the the dog into the vest would be an easy job if it sat still!
The heavy duty YKK zip looks and feels robust and passes the wriggling dog test as it engages with ease. The wide strip of velcro then seals the dog in the vest and I can’t see it coming apart in a hurry.
The course on Saturday 22nd October is one day in duration and will cover the following topics,
Types, uses and suitable selection of,
Calibers and ammunition
Safe Handling on the Range and in the Field.
Safe Shooting and Applied Sporting Marksmanship
Setting up and zeroing
Cleaning and servicing
A firearms licensing officer from Dorset Police will cover,
The Certification Process
The aim of the course is to equip you with the knowledge to make informed choices, to be safe and legal in the use of sporting firearms and give you the confidence to undertake all aspects of set up and basic maintenance.
The course content is covered by short talks, powerpoint slides, practical demonstration, discussion and Q&A.
Time and weather permitting you will have the opportunity for practical application, shooting both a small caliber and a centerfire caliber on the rifle range.
The course is for newcomers and for those who want to refresh or update their skills. You will receive a certificate of attendance on completion.
Some firearms licensing departments may accept the course as contributing towards your suitability for ownership of a firearm.Â
For a chance to win a Crooked Horn Bino-System (with a hunting video) absolutely free please â€˜likeâ€™ and â€˜shareâ€™ the original post by finding it on the Deer Central Facebook page. Whilst you are there please also â€˜likeâ€™ the page itself and explore the website for what Deer Central has to offer.
Competition subject to T&Cs below. – now edited to reduce criteria down to 500 likes before closing the competition!
T&Cs 1. Over 18â€™s only 2. UK residents only 3. To be posted to a UK address only 4. The competition will run until the 1st August 2016 and when the post reaches 500 likes. 5. At the close of the competition we will ask someone unconnected to the site to pick a name at random. 6. No cash equivalent available. 7. If the winner does not respond within 1 week we will have a new name picked. 8. The Crooked Horn Bino harness is embossed with â€˜Sporting Services Ltdâ€™. Deer Central is happy to recommend but is in no way connected to Sporting Services Ltd. Neither are they connected to the competition in any way.
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