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    Quote Originally Posted by J_P View Post
    I never take a life in vein bud. Plus i like meat lol, squirrel is one of the nicest. Squirrel, hare, and muntjac are my faves....
    same morals here mate! my fav has to be pigeon. i just gopt back from a roost shoot with my s400 today, was a lovely way to sepnd an evening and got a brace of woodies in the bag.
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    woody breast wrapped in maple syrup cured bacon pan fried in butter salt n pepper is a show stopper buddy..
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    Wanderer beechnut mick's Avatar
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    is that outta scrivvys recipe book lol
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    No its not curried lol
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    wouldnt mind a review on the rifle and its mod,s
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    Quote Originally Posted by swkieran View Post
    nice pics jp wat does our old friend there taste like,
    bit like red squirell!lol
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    The only trouble with squirrels is.......you can't put a round peg in one! (ba-doom-tsshhh!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by JonnyP View Post
    Hello mate.. I thought that was some sort of squirrel vision you had on the gun there lol..
    lol! - Didn't know what you meant until I went back and looked! Squirrel-scope mod, nice.

    Thanks for sharing JP & Welcome to the forum. Love the sound of what you recommended with the Pigeon breast, I'll give that a go sometime. We bagged a woody on the weekend and had it simply on a skewer in the campfire, bloomin hansome it was Can't wait to get my shotgun licence soon so I can bring some more home for the pot.
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    My fave way of serving squirrel is to either pan fry of flash roast it and serve it like crispy duck - with chinese pancakes and hoisin, Also works well as peking duck.
    There are a few restaurants up this way that have it on the menu - Whole thing Braised an served on a bed of wild mushrooms. Yum!!!
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    ash i dont know if you know this m8 but you dont need a shotgun licence ,only if you want to hold one on youre premises youll need one,but you can use a shotgun on the licence holders land and with his or her permission,because ive done phesant shooting in the past,just thought id mention it buddy to save you all the hassles getting youre licence,not many people are aware of the above
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