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dysfunction

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Make sure no person can get near it. Or put signs up. else people might be annoyed if they get shocked haha
Yes the fence I looked at comes with those signs!
Might be going over the top though getting an electric fence.

A dog might be better!
 

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I considered shooting the foxes with an air gun just to shock them out the garden
Why do you care?

Lovely animals. (Although I won't feel like that if they go for my lambs or chickens (when I have them)).
 

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Why do you care?

Lovely animals. (Although I won't feel like that if they go for my lambs or chickens (when I have them)).
Because they are destroying the garden. Ripping up the lawn and flower beds. Leavings clothes and stuffed toys in the garden after they wee on them. Otherwise I usually don't care about foxes.
There is a window missing in the garage and they got in there and chewed up a load of stuff.
 

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IGNORE THE CABLE MANAGEMENT. I'll sort out that this weekend. I need to redo the whole setup. Monitor on the right is my new dell. On the left is my old 4k.

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I considered shooting the foxes with an air gun just to shock them out the garden but these things can do some serious damage if they hit the wrong place.

I now think putting some electric fencing up will have the desired impact
You can't shoot foxes with a non-FAC (firearms certificate) air rifle, you're better off with FAC air rifle or even rimfire*

*But you cannot shoot them in your garden :)
 

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You can't shoot foxes with a non-FAC (firearms certificate) air rifle, you're better off with FAC air rifle or even rimfire*

*But you cannot shoot them in your garden :)
Yes I know and I wouldn't want to harm them. It was just something rattling around in my head.
 

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So before I go all pokemon on camera lenses I wanted to start to improve some basics so I brought a 100% manual lense for just over 1k Sek (c. 100 gbp). To be honest I am pretty impressed with the quality considering the low lost...
It is a Meilke 50mm 1.7
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I went out testing it after sunrise was over and it is pretty ok_DSC8118-Edit.png
 

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So before I go all pokemon on camera lenses I wanted to start to improve some basics so I brought a 100% manual lense for just over 1k Sek (c. 100 gbp). To be honest I am pretty impressed with the quality considering the low lost...
It is a Meilke 50mm 1.7
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I went out testing it after sunrise was over and it is pretty okView attachment 42599
I love my 50mm prime lens Its really sharp and can teach you how to frame cause you dont have the ability to zoom etc.
 

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Because they are destroying the garden. Ripping up the lawn and flower beds. Leavings clothes and stuffed toys in the garden after they wee on them. Otherwise I usually don't care about foxes.
There is a window missing in the garage and they got in there and chewed up a load of stuff.
Why don't you try a bit of reverse Fox psychology and wee on them yourself.
 

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I just bought a few of those ultrasonic sensor things. Not sure it is working yet but the neighbour's cat is not shitting in our garden anymore.

@dysfunction would never be able to shoot a fox anyway. Have you guys seen him play CSGO or Valorant???
 

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