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Name : Mark Smith, Worcester

What brought you to my site? : Link on Rabbit Hunters

Comment : A well thought out site. I am new to rabbit and pigeon hunting and have just bought a new BSA. The problem as always where to find a shoot? any suggestions? Keep up the good work
Regards
Mark

Site rating : 9/10 Very good

25 April 2007 17:53:44

Answer : Thankyou for your entry
Take a look at the My Permission page for tips on gaining permission
www.ukrabbiter.co.uk

Name : Kieran, Dumbarton

What brought you to my site? : Surfing the web

Comment : hi nice site some good info. I was just wondering if you could give me some helpful tips on snaring rabbits thanks.

Site rating : 9/10 Very good

21 April 2007 22:21:54

Answer : Thankyou for your entry
Take a look HERE
Woodga has been snaring rabbits for years, and is an active member on Total Vermin Control
www.ukrabbiter.co.uk

Name : Dave, Hertford , Hertfordshire

What brought you to my site? : Link on another site

Comment : Hi
Thankyou so much for your informed web site I have learnt a lot just from using your pages and your links. I found you on youtube.com. It's really hard to learn about this kind of pest control "the does and don'ts". I'm only starting out. It's not a subject most people want to talk about.
Question? When I kill a rabbit, rat, pigeon and don't want to eat it (rabbit) what should I do with the bodies, gut them and leave them?
Many thanks Dave

Site rating : 9/10 Very good

16 April 2007 17:02:25

Answer : Thankyou for your entry
I have on the odd occasion left shot pests near a fox den, but the majority is taken home and disposed of properly
many cut the turf and bury them under it in the field, but they shouldn't be left for someone (or their dog) to find
there's nothing nice about a dog finding a dead animal and rolling about on it, or eating it then going home and bringing it back up on the carpet
www.ukrabbiter.co.uk

Name : Mitch, Dumbarton

What brought you to my site? : Surfing the web

Comment : good site here some good shots as well

Site rating : 9/10 Very good

13 April 2007 22:07:07

Answer : Thankyou for your entry
www.ukrabbiter.co.uk

Name : VERMINHUNTER, North Yorks, England

What brought you to my site? : Link on another site

Your website name : VERMINHUNTER

Comment : cracking site mate.. well done as I know the amount of work that goes into it... great read keep up the good work

Site rating : 10/10 Excellent

29 March 2007 21:16:01

Answer : Thankyou for your entry
www.ukrabbiter.co.uk

Name : Jamie Horsfall, Halifax

What brought you to my site? :Search engine

Comment : hiya mate,
I've just been looking on your site and tink its v.good...I'm in Halifax myself with permission in Southowram and Leeds...
am just wondering if you ever need a shooting buddy or if you'd be kind enough to let me help you.. I'm currently shooting a Daystate Airwolf...( nice ) and as summer draws closer am getting the itchy finger again.
I hope to hear from you soon..
contact details:
Tel: 07859013450 or email jamie.horsfall@btinternet.com

Site rating : 9/10 Very good

26 March 2007 18:30:25

Answer : Thankyou for your entry
I'll be in contact soon
www.ukrabbiter.co.uk

Name : John Donald, Aberdeenshire

What brought you to my site? : Surfing the web

Comment : Is the Falcon running at 12ft/lb? If so, very disappointed to read that you use it to shoot at foxes.
Only read the one hunting story, which put me off reading the rest.

Site rating : 1/10 Very poor

06 March 2007 11:20:41

Answer : Thankyou for your entry
Yes it is 12ft/lb
the foxes were shot, not shot at
One humane shot, producing a clean kill, as I'm required by UK law to do
This is part of pest control, and as the warning said on the front page, if you don't like, don't look!
www.ukrabbiter.co.uk

Name : Bruce Moore, Newfoundland, Canada

What brought you to my site? : Link on another site

Comment : The portion of your e-mail address that follows the @ symbol is part of a "reserved domain" such as live.com, hotmail.com, msn.com or passport.com. Please type a different e-mail address.
Viewed some of your site after seeing rabbit dressing on youtube and tried several times to register using my hotmail address but got message above. Tried without extensions without any luck. Seems to be an interesting site but navigation to some areas difficult. Cannot rate site very high without viewing much???

Site rating : 3/10 Poor

22 February 2007 07:06:03

Answer : Thankyou for your entry
Yes, ukrabbiter.co.uk is my domain, it has been for years, and not available for registration
www.ukrabbiter.co.uk

Name : Vikram, Coventry

What brought you to my site? : Link on another site

Comment : An excellent website, very informative and just one man trying to help a multitude to hunt. I am new to England. Quite familiar with firearms but not much with air rifles. I am planning to buy a Weihrauch HW77/97 K. Which calibre do you suggest for rabbit hunting,.22 or .177? Also, is there a way I could find out places I could hunt rabbits on near Coventry? I greatly appreciate your help. Thanks.

Site rating : 10/10 Excellent

09 February 2007 21:38:53

Answer : Thankyou for your entry
Personally, I'd suggest a .22 for rabbits
.177 are excellent for penetration (such as corvids & pigeons) when you have to get through the feathers before causing the fatal blow
I've experimented with .22 and .177 on a dead squirrel laid on a tree stump @ 20 yards
the .177 went straight through the head and the squirrel barely moved
the .22 went straight through the head, but the squirrel was also knocked off the stump, and landed almost a metre away
A method I use is www.multimap.co.uk and view it in Overlay mode
this allows you to find likely places, and then you can go knocking on doors (asking in person is the only way to gain to permission)
Hope this helps
www.ukrabbiter.co.uk

Name : Ollie Kennard, Devon

What brought you to my site? : Search engine

Comment : amazing site and video keep it up m8

Site rating : 10/10 Excellent

03 February 2007 16:13:29

Answer : Thankyou for your entry
www.ukrabbiter.co.uk

Name : Thomas Scattergood, South Coast Bournemouth

What brought you to my site? : Search engine

Comment : Hi Andy
Just been getting some good advice from your website, I am looking into purchasing a multi-shot air riffle with silencer and scopes in order to deal with a rabbit problem on my local golf course, I noticed the problem last year and no one believes that this has been dealt with for this golf season so here is hoping I can get some sort of agreement with them as I also know a market butcher who is willing to take those darn Bugs Bunnies off of my hands, (at a price of course.
Any ideas on how I could approach the club more successfully and "have some fun" at the same time, I have used air rifles in the past but many years ago, I thought a Gunpower Stealth Euro Hunter kit, OR a BSA Superten Carbine Realtree Combo, (what do you think Andy)
Any advice or guidance would be appreciated, I also live just minutes away from Christchurch gun Club, great setting and suggest that if anyone is in the area they visit the place, all are made welcome, guests just simply turn up and make their selves known to the members, "have fun"
(6 out of ten on the site rating, my reason, WELL we can all seek to improve things in our lives)

Site rating : 6/10 Above average

04 January 2007 10:29:03

Answer : Thankyou for your entry
The problem I find with Golf Clubs is their safety concerns regarding air rifles, last thing they want is members thinking they are being shot at, or worse, getting shot.
My local Golf Club only allows ferreting around the greens, fairways and club house (fear of damage to members' cars).
But depending on the layout, they may allow shooting off the course.
The man you need to see is the Head Greenkeeper, go see him and explain how you are a valuable asset to the club, what methods you intend to use, and don't forget to mention that you are willing to work with him in controlling the pests.
Good luck.
With regards to your choice of rifles, it's personal choice.
Handle your shortlist, and see what feels right.
A rifle should hopefully be a once in a lifetime purchase, and buying something you're not comfortable with will only spoil your enjoyment, and your accuracy.
Hope this helps.
www.ukrabbiter.co.uk

Name : Jon, Leeds

What brought you to my site? : Surfing the web

Comment : please can u advise of any where me and my brother can go shooting with permission of course, also
is a .22 Webley Exocet scoped rifle up to shooting rabbits? we can travel ,so any names and numbers would be appreciated cos were having no luck at all
Jon

Site rating : 9/10 Very good

29 December 2006 19:40:01

Answer : Thankyou for your entry
Gaining permission is something only you can do
It can take a lot of knocking on farmer's doors to get that 1st piece of land.
Good luck!
The Webley Exocet is capable of killing rabbits, but I recommend getting it tuned as it only produces around 10.5ft/lb, but can be tuned to almost 12ft/lb
Hope this helps
www.ukrabbiter.co.uk

Name : Stanley, Hertfordshire/North London

What brought you to my site? : Surfing the web

Comment : great site ,I am more of a terrier person than a gun person, but hoping to get into guns your site has been very helpful and informative.

Site rating : 10/10 Excellent

29 December 2006 18:14:25

Answer : Thankyou for your entry
www.ukrabbiter.co.uk

Name : Derek Scott, Middlesbrough

What brought you to my site? : Surfing the web

Comment : great site enjoyed totally

Site rating : 8/10 Well above average

07 December 2006 15:16:08

Answer : Thankyou for your entry

www.ukrabbiter.co.uk

Name : Allan, Woodside

What brought you to my site? : Link on another site

Comment : ye mate will look at when I'm about let me know if you ever need help shifting them rabbits

Site rating : 10/10 Excellent

30 November 2006 23:18:17

Answer : Thankyou for your entry

www.ukrabbiter.co.uk

Name : Lee Normington, Great Harwood, Lancashire

What brought you to my site? : Surfing the web

Comment : Just searching the internet and came across your site, I've been bitten by the rabbiting bug too and can't get enough of it. I have two ferrets Bonnie and Clyde, which I use regularly, someone kindly donated some purse nets, collars and locater they were no longer using, Lucky for me!!! I used to have an air rifle but got rid of it a few months back wish I never now though cause the rabbits near me are on the increase and the pot is calling for them!! Yummy

Site rating : 10/10 Excellent

29 November 2006 00:51:54

Answer : Thankyou for your entry

Happy hunting

www.ukrabbiter.co.uk

Name : Allan, Woodside

What brought you to my site? : Surfing the web

Comment : orite mate just found your site on the hunting life website and a lot of places were you hunt I do a bit my sen round maybe bump into you 1 day lol email back

Site rating : 10/10 Excellent

28 November 2006 21:38:08

Answer : Thankyou for your entry

Maybe we'll bump into each other someday

You'll know it's me, my 4x4 has UKRABBITER in the windscreen

www.ukrabbiter.co.uk

Name : Alun Williams, Builth Wells

What brought you to my site? : Link on Rabbit Hunters

Your website name : http://www.penmaenauevents.co.uk

Comment : Excellent website really informative and professional casts the correct reflection of country folk well done keep up the good work
PS would you like to come to our game fair August 18th 19th 2007
Alun

Site rating : 10/10 Excellent

12 November 2006 13:48:09

Answer : Thankyou for your entry

www.ukrabbiter.co.uk

Name : Mike, East Sussex

What brought you to my site? : Search engine

Your website name : south east vermin control

Comment : Hi ya mate I hope its not too much like yours in anyway however you were an inspiration in the site and I will recommend you on there as well it might be too much to ask but I was wondering if you could please put a link on here somewhere for my site if not then that is fine I hope to buy my site out right soon as its still free, not good but it should be ok soon I guess, cheers for that Andy speak soon
mike

Site rating : 9/10 Very good

03 November 2006 20:48:08

Answer : Thankyou for your entry

I have put your site on my links page

All the best with your site

www.ukrabbiter.co.uk

Name : Mike, East Sussex

What brought you to my site? : Surfing the web

Comment : Hi ya Andy well said by the way its not hard to shoot squirrels lol but I am currently developing a fast growing web site and was wondering if you would allow me to use a couple of the recipes that you have, to sort of make the site look good and spread the word to people about organic food etc.. would this be ok mate ?

if so I will be able to post a link on here to my site and you could let me know how it is if you would like, it would be greatly appreciated thanks

mike

Site rating : 9/10 Very good

03 November 2006 15:21:17

Answer : Thankyou for your entry
The Rabbit Pie recipe is my own recipe, the rest are gathered from other sites
feel free to use them.
I'll happily exchange links
www.ukrabbiter.co.uk

Name : -, -

What brought you to my site? : Search engine

Comment : Hi ya I was wondering when you were going to post some more of your hunting trips, there great to read, your site maybe a but over the top and not true it seems at times like shooting a squirrel at 35 yards in a tree I find it hard enough to see them but maybe this is done in the winter I dunno

Site rating : 1/10 Very poor

18 October 2006 10:29:08

Answer : Thankyou for your entry
Shame you felt the need to hide your name and use a bogus email address.
My tales are true accounts of my hunting trips, I tell it as it is, and I have nothing to hide.
Shame you only rated my site as 1/10, when you thought they were great to read.
Squirrels are very easy to see in October, it's the movement that attracts your attention, then when you spot the squirrel, the shot is taken when it pauses in the open.
www.ukrabbiter.co.uk

Name : N Gray, West Lancashire

What brought you to my site? : Surfing the web

Comment : Great rabbit dressing video. very helpful. I'm looking to get back into shooting (used to shoot paper targets at a rifle range), so looking for guidance with regard to rabbiting!

Site rating : 10/10 Excellent

04 October 2006 23:36:50

Answer : Thankyou for your entry
www.ukrabbiter.co.uk

Name : Alan, Nelson Lancashire

What brought you to my site? : Link on another site

Comment : really impressed with your website. I also enjoy the sport of air gun hunting and culling but I'm finding it difficult to find somewhere in my area where I can partake in this sport as I am new to the area. you have managed to cover all aspects very well and hope to be able to build an album/photo diary of my own along with my lurcher bitch Saskia who is also looking forward to a bit of the sport herself. I would be very grateful if u could point me in the right direction. PS I off road and fly for brown too.

Site rating : 09 Very good

18 September 2006 22:00:08

Answer : Thankyou for your entry
The only way to gain permission is to go knocking on doors
Phoning or writing will draw a blank 99% of the time, because landowners want to see who they are allowing on their land
Hope this helps
www.ukrabbiter.co.uk

Name : Paul, Kent

What brought you to my site? : Search engine

Comment : very nice site.
you sound like a fair shot with an air gun.
I wish I could get out some nights with my Lurcher.

Site rating : 08 Well above average

17 September 2006 09:03:07

Answer : Thankyou for your entry
www.ukrabbiter.co.uk

Name : Pinky, Essex

What brought you to my site? : Link on POCUK

Comment : Excellent website. Great recipe page! Now I can find a recipe for all the venison I have .Thanks

Site rating : 10 Excellent

12 August 2006 16:40:54

Answer : Thankyou for your entry
Glad you found it of some use
www.ukrabbiter.co.uk

Name : Richard Tapley, Edenbridge, Kent

What brought you to my site? : Link on POCUK

Comment : Top site ukrabbiter, I like the look of the pictures of your 4x4 days / meets, wish I lived further up that end of the country as there does seem to be as many 4x4 routes or I just need to learn them.

Site rating : 10 Excellent

30 July 2006 09:01:21

Answer : Thankyou for your entry
There's many routes all over the country,
as you say it's just getting to know them
www.ukrabbiter.co.uk

Name : Michael Butcher, East Sussex

What brought you to my site? : Surfing the web

Comment : Hello Andy mate I love your site its sh** hot really, its funny right because I was wondering what gun you were using because, I have just brought a new gun and its the same as yours, which is great because I'm now confident that its up to the right standards for vermin shooting I have just got my self 100 acres to go out on with me dad and it should be really good I'm now in the process of getting the usual camo gear etc.....
wicked site a great help to me indeed
mike

Site rating : 10 Excellent

28 July 2006 13:05:39

Answer : Thankyou for your entry
www.ukrabbiter.co.uk

Name : Kelvin Quayle, Isle of Man

What brought you to my site? : Surfing the web

Comment : I got some good tips cheers.

Site rating : 09 Very good

22 July 2006 19:45:22

Answer : Thankyou for your entry
Glad it was of some help
www.ukrabbiter.co.uk

Name : Lurcherboy, North East

What brought you to my site? : Search engine

Your website name : www.ukhunters.com

Comment : great site Andy some good pics and stories as well mate.

Site rating : 10 Excellent

19 June 2006 01:05:52

Answer : Thankyou for your entry
www.ukrabbiter.co.uk

Name : Sam O'Leary, Kent

What brought you to my site? : Search engine

Comment : very good website. What gun did u use to shoot the fox's

Site rating : 10 Excellent

17 June 2006 21:41:13

Answer : Thankyou for your entry
www.ukrabbiter.co.uk

Name : Jim Chapman, USA

What brought you to my site? : Surfing the web

Your website name : American Airgun Hunter

Comment : Just came across your site, well done. I enjoyed reading through it.
Jim

Site rating :  09 Very good

05 June 2006 05:03:19

Answer : Thankyou for your entry
www.ukrabbiter.co.uk

Name : Tealc-SG1, Leeds

What brought you to my site? : Referral by friend

Your website name : Global Underworld

Comment : You get too many guestbook entries.
Good luck with the new Paj.

Site rating : 09 Very good

28 May 2006 23:58:16

Answer :  Thankyou for your entry
Can never have too many entries
Thanks Tony
www.ukrabbiter.co.uk

Name : Steve, Crewe

What brought you to my site? : Surfing the web

Comment : absolute spanker of a site. keep up the good work mate.

Site rating : 10 Excellent

24 May 2006 18:14:16

Answer : Thankyou for your entry
www.ukrabbiter.co.uk

Name : shug, Scotland

What brought you to my site? : Link on Rabbit Hunters

Comment : Great site m8.
Been away from shooting for the last 10 years (no it wasn't jail) trying to get back into it. God how things have changed, farms I used to shoot are now part of a local nature walk, so its back to the maps to have a look around for some more places to shoot.
Great site m8 keep up the good work.

Site rating : 10 Excellent

22 May 2006 00:16:22

Answer : Thankyou for your entry
Good luck on your quest
www.ukrabbiter.co.uk

Name : Tucson City, Boston

What brought you to my site? : Link in an e-mail

Your website name : Tucson City

Comment :The site is splendid

Site rating : 9 Very good

18 May 2006 12:50:20

Answer : Thankyou for your entry
www.ukrabbiter.co.uk

Name : markbass, Essex

What brought you to my site? : Surfing the web

Your website name : Pajero and land rover crazy

Comment : good site here mate you bought a new Paj yet

Site rating : 10 Excellent

08 May 2006 07:13:37

Answer : Thankyou for your entry
Not yet, but have my eye on a nice 2.5TDi Exceed fresh import
www.ukrabbiter.co.uk

Name : Donald, Lanarkshire

What brought you to my site? : Link on another site

Your website name : Gone Shooting

Comment : Really nice site Well Done

Site rating : 08 Well above average

21 April 2006 18:04:11

Answer : Thankyou for your entry
www.ukrabbiter.co.uk

Name : Bob Shaw, Ohio USA

What brought you to my site? : Link in an e-mail

Your website name : Engineered Special Products

Comment : When's dinner ready?

Site rating : 10 Excellent

18 April 2006 23:44:52

Answer : Thankyou for your entry
Hi Bob,
Keep that mk1 Paj extra muddy
Dinner will be an hour + 1/2 after the rabbit pie goes in the oven
www.ukrabbiter.co.uk

Name : Alena, Russia

What brought you to my site? : Link in an e-mail

Your website name :  Alena Aztec-tattoos

Comment : you have very nice guestbook and website

Site rating : 9 Very good

17 April 2006 21:59:45

Answer : Thankyou for your entry
www.ukrabbiter.co.uk

Name : stevo, Gloucestershire

What brought you to my site? : Link on another site

Comment : where did you get that business card, I'm looking to do 1 similar for myself, yours looks good quality,
thanks stevo

Site rating : 09 Very good

08 April 2006 13:44:36

Answer : Thankyou for your entry
I did the card myself
I print them on 210GSM card, and they look professional
I used to print them on thick photo paper, but they worked out expensive compared to the card, and they weren't as tough
www.ukrabbiter.co.uk

Name : Tim, Salisbury Wiltshire

What brought you to my site? : Link on Rabbit Hunters

Comment : I have now been hunting for nearly 8 years and I have recently move to Wiltshire and I cant get permission off any1 for lamping rights with my 2 lurchers ,has any1 got any idea on how I could get to grips with a plot of land?? thanks Tim

Site rating : 08 Well above average

05 April 2006 23:06:35

Answer : Thankyou for your entry
Take a look at my forum www.rabbithunters.co.uk which gives ideas on gaining permission, and you may find someone in your area with land to share, or just some answers to your questions
www.ukrabbiter.co.uk

Name : DANNY, EAST YORKSHIRE

What brought you to my site? : Search engine

Comment : QUALITY WEBSITE KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK

Site rating : 07 Good

30 March 2006 19:27:52

Answer : Thankyou for your entry
www.ukrabbiter.co.uk

Name : Malc, Scotland

What brought you to my site? : Referral by friend

Comment : You appear to be a responsible shooter........can you tell me why you shoot foxes when you link to this (BASC website) quote - We recommend that you refrain from using them on live quarry other than the following: crows, rooks, jackdaws, magpies, jays, woodpigeon, collared doves, feral pigeons, brown rats, grey squirrels and rabbits.
Could you tell me why this is if I don't hear from you by 08:00 Monday 20/03/2006 I will inform the BASC of this link and it's obvious inconsistency
Regards M

Site rating : 04 Below average

18 March 2006 20:26:17

Answer : Thankyou for your entry
As you rightly quoted from the BASC's website they RECOMMEND those listed as suitable quarry
It also says;
Always ensure that your air rifle is suitably powered for the quarry you intend to shoot and do not attempt a shot of more than 35 metres.
and
Always despatch wounded quarry quickly and with the minimum of suffering.
With a headshot at less than 10 yards, there was no suffering, and no second shot needed, although it is frowned upon by many, no law was broken
www.ukrabbiter.co.uk

Name : concerned shooter, UK

What brought you to my site? : Link in an e-mail

Comment : don't you know its a illegal to shoot a fox with an air rifle.

dickhead

Site rating : 01 Very poor

18 March 2006 19:24:28

Answer : Thankyou for your misinformed entry
it may be frowned upon, but it's not illegal
P.S. don't sign your comment with that name or people may think you are one
www.ukrabbiter.co.uk

Name : Andrew Ward, Eldwick

What brought you to my site? : Link on another site

Your website name : www.jaward.co.uk

Comment : Top site , you ever need a 4x4 partner or share shooting perm give me a shout

Site rating : 10 Excellent

18 March 2006 10:29:54

Answer : Thankyou for your entry
www.ukrabbiter.co.uk

Name : Peter Wilyeo, Hitchin

What brought you to my site? : Link on another site

Your website name : www.pocuk.com

Comment : Like your style, as shooter myself I know how difficult things can be, good luck. Pete

Site rating : 10 Excellent

12 March 2006 16:04:58

Answer : Thankyou for your entry
www.ukrabbiter.co.uk

Name : ANDY B, DONCASTER

What brought you to my site? : Search engine

Comment : I AM A KEEN AIRGUNNER AND I ENJOY DOING A BIT OF PEST CONTROL I WAS JUST WONDERING IF YOU GET MUCH PERMISSION FROM YOUR WEBSITE AND HOW MUCH WORK DO YOU GET FROM THE JOE PUBLIC AND FARMERS

P.S. I AM A DECORATORS MERCHANT SO NEXT TIME YOUR IN DONCASTER CALL IN AND I'LL HELP THE BEST I CAN

Site rating : 09 Very good

10 March 2006 16:38:08

Answer : Thankyou for your entry
I have gained a couple of farms from my website, and I've been called to deal with squirrels in lofts, and the odd rogue rat
I have done some work for a farmer that I have permission from,
and I have a few customers that found me via my decorating website,
but no work from other permissions, yet
Thanks, I'll call in sometime
www.ukrabbiter.co.uk

Name : Jonny, Wentworth, South Yorkshire

What brought you to my site? : Search engine

Comment : the web site is excellent and I enjoyed reading about your hunting trips but I couldn't help but notice that there is a picture of a fox that you shot in the head with your flacon air rifle next to if I'm just writing to ask whether or not you shot it with the air rifle or a proper rifle

Site rating : 10 Excellent

02 March 2006 16:00:43

Answer : Thankyou for your entry
www.ukrabbiter.co.uk

Name : Valerie Kirk, Chesterfield

What brought you to my site? : Referral by friend

Comment : hello do you go rabbiting with lurchers ? me and my husband do. I think you are mates with my brother Alan and Karen stone. did you see them on msn recovering my Land Rover Discovery

Site rating : 09 Very good

06 February 2006 20:52:38

Answer : Thankyou for your entry
Yes I work my lurcher (though not as often as I'd like at the mo)
Yes I know Alan & Karen, quite well. Keep having dirty weekends with them (offroading) ROFL
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