I hear your pain - serving Aunty Betty for 24 years and having to stag on, go on exercise / ops and get shitfaced in most of the corners of this earth has still left me needing employment.
Still, out here in canadaland, we get to shoot big things when in season and talk about shooting big things when not. Being fairly new to it all, I have yet to get my FAC out here, but a couple of mates have promised to take me out in the near future.
Well apart from the silly game regs and silly ooh it looks nasty rules on certain rifles etc Canada is by and large almost sensible in its attitude to shooting. The further you live away from a city the more likely your neighbours are to support your addiction to shooting!
does no-one train these fox how to cross a railway line?
His mate , fox B had just made it across the line when he seen the train coming. he turned around and spotted fox A inbetween the rails and thought that if he was closer to the ground the train would pass harmlessly over his head , so he shouted to him " DUCK!"
Fox A immediatly braced up and looked to see where daffy was, his last thought was "where's this ******* duck?"