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Artiglio

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  1. all sold pending the usual
  2. 2 x 500ct boxes sealed £125 each posted 1 x open box of 450 £110 posted 230 moly coated and pointed £40 posted Take them all £360 posted.
  3. Artiglio

    Worth a read...........

    Yes and I support leave and would like a form of “real brexit” , however you’ve not quoted the whole of what i’d like to see happen, which is an attempt of a sort of 2015 reset, allowing farage and co to succeed or fail at the ballot box at the same time as putting labour and conservative on notice as to the portion of the electorate looking for an alternative. Any Brexit ( if there is one) is not going to be anything I or many others envisaged or hoped for , parliament is going to ensure its as close to staying in as possible. They also will not go for a second referendum on the same stay or leave question because they are not sure they’d win or that a win would be by so slim a margin as to solve nothing. So my suggestion was to start again, allow the Farage UKIP a fair chance and give all sides the chance to persuade the electorate of the best way forward , then have a second referendum on a basis of a real Brexit if the result was to leave. It won’t happen so my opinion means little. But the whole process has been a disaster in respect of the electorates trust in our democratic process and those that we elect. Sadly there is no real prospect of any real change in politics, the conservatives are pushing ahead with their plans on the basis that Corbyn had his best chance in 2017 and though he came close, he’s unlikely to win the next election. There is no longer any alternative party of any real worth to hold either side to account or become the “kingmaker” in a hung parliament.
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    Worth a read...........

    People voted mainly on how they saw membership of the eu affecting their lives. If you lived in an area that had had huge amounts of inward migration which meant your kids were in the minority who spoke english at school, you struggled to get a doctors appointment, there was downward pressure on wages for the work you do and you were continuously moved futher down the list for social housing because others were in greater need, then its likely they voted to leave. If however you want a cheap cleaner or babysitter, your coffee subsidised by the state paying tax credits to workers, same with having your car washed, were relatively unaffected by stretched services, in no need of social housing, had a good safe job or run a business where an unlimited supply of cheap labour made your business viable you’d vote to stay in. Both sides are correct in their opinion and views, which is why the country is so divided. That our governments of the last 20 years have been unable to predict population growth and plan for it, build an economy that produces enough wealth and tax revenue, for people both to be able to afford to live well and for the state to look after those that don’t/can’t earn enough whilst at the same time providing the public services we need, has only made the divison ever more entrenched. The beauty of the referendum was that it was a vote where everybody had an equal chance of affecting the result, as a result people were more willing to voice an opinion, the way in which that political engagement is being ignored and distorted has undermined our democracy. Then you consider that Cameron only offered the referendum as a way of undermining the popularity of UKIP, rather than risk them gaining ever more votes ( but few mp’s ( which would have called for a review of our electoral system)). He expected another coalition under which he could have had the referendum quashed. His referendum promise effectively stopped uk politics evolving and has maintained the two party grip on the country and removed much of the pressure for labour or the tories to listen to a good portion of the electorate. As it all stands now, I’d cancel the whole farce. Bung Farage 100 million to start a new party and let him succeed of fail at the ballot box. arrange a general election for next june , along with another eu referendum to be held in 2022 legally mandated and not to be cancelled. Then let the parties fight it out properly and treat the electorate as adults letting them decide on the back of real information It would also give the EU time to decide wether it wants to make any meaningful reform or not.
  5. Or why not , cut the chamber off, rendering the rest of the barrel back to being a blank and out with control, hand cambered section to rfd for destruction. Remaining blank/ burnt out barrel can be treated as you wish. Or would that be a contravention of legislation regarding length? Not trying to be argumentative , just seeking a solution
  6. Artiglio

    Mausingfield 6.5x47

    Or try a bit of googlefu yourself , plenty on net to choose from, for example http://printtargets.net/
  7. Artiglio

    Petition against dangerous weapons

    I would expect there are a good number on here who’ve taken the time to read the information available and then put pen to paper. Just because some choose not to post in such threads does not mean they have done nothing.
  8. I have the half screen problem on many links here, i’d assumed its because i’m using an ipad.
  9. Artiglio

    Reloading 7SAUM, with RS70

    Things are getting a bit confused here, the accurate shooter article referred to relates to a rifle chambered in 284 win.
  10. Artiglio

    FCSA Update

    As I read it ,it covers any firearm from which a projectile CAN be discharged in excess of 13,600 joules. So running lighter loads won’t bypass the proposal.
  11. Artiglio

    Arbor press

    I’ve a sinclair press. £80 posted. If you’re interested, send an email address and i’ll send a pic. regards phil
  12. Forster 6 x 47 full length sizer 005265 £35 6.5 x 47 ultra die set U04256 Sold 6.5 x 47 Bushing bump neck die BBK2261 £65 Whidden 284 Win full length bushing sizer and seater set, includes comparator £135 Wilson 6mm br rem neck die £35 6/6.5 x 47 neck die Sold Neck Die base £10 (with one or both of above) £15 on its own Prices include first class signed for postage. Advertised elsewhere
  13. Artiglio

    Plot-o-matic scoring strategy

    Unfortunately skilled markers are few and far between, on occasions your score can be little more than a lucky dip and/or you can be forever calling message 4.Its hard enough for clubs to get enough good markers over the winter let alone through the spring / summer months. Paying ever more does’nt seem to cure the problem. So you’re left with 3 options, competitor marking ( which is more popular in some disciplines than others) , accept the markers you get, or start using electronics. this weekends fclass league shoot is going to be using electronics at diggle , should be a good test of the equipment and feedback from competitors will be important.
  14. Here you go, along with the bag of bits replaced.
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