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Artiglio

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  1. 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.
  2. I have the half screen problem on many links here, i’d assumed its because i’m using an ipad.
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    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.
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    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.
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    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
  6. 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
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    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.
  8. Here you go, along with the bag of bits replaced.
  9. Watch has been repaired and returned, worn it for a month and no appreciable time has been gained or lost , power reserve is in excess of 28 hours. Work done by Robin Martin and Partner Portsmouth. Efficient, stuck to timescales, communicated well. Cost was £684, judging from the bag of bits returned, movement is half way to becoming triggers broom. 2 year warranty. Would have been more but I opted not to have the bracelet and case cosmetically improved. they are omega approved/accredited and costs are in line with those on the omega site.
  10. From my understanding of the link posted, there is as yet no detail, just that a bill will be presented to parliament covering the points laid out in the statement. In respect of the parts of the proposed bill relating to firearms , it would almost certainly require the results of the consultation to be at least referred to in order to show that all concerns have been considered. Until the details have been published , ie. the bill itself, all else is just conjecture. There are many of us waiting to see what appears in the bill, as the next stage for shooters to express their views will be to contact their mp's and point out why we believe the bills proposed legislation to be excessive/unwarranted. It is at the parliamentary stage that our MP's have to get off the fence, hopefully some will raise points when the bill is put to parliament. but whatever happens they will all have the chance to vote on it. They are now at the point of being directly involved with their constituents. As such a letter ( written submissions to your MP by parliamentary convention require a written reply, emailed submissions do not by themselves have to receive a response) setting out opposition , assuming there is any, to the bill and a request for a face to face meeting (again assuming that the response to the letter is insufficient to answer concerns) will hopefully be the actions of all FAC and SGC holders.
  11. Moved over to wilson dies so having a clearout. 6 x 47 Lapua competition seater 55489. £80 223 rem body die and competition neck sizing die 56111. SOLD 308win competition die set 58155. SOLD 270wsm body die / 270wsm bushing competition neck sizer / 7mm wsm competition seater £145 300wsm body die / 300 bushing neck die / 300 wsm competition seater £145 all prices include 1st class signed for postage, no bushings included with dies, pm email address if pic required.
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    Importing reloading equipment from the states?

    Not at all, not saying they don’t do it. Better to avoid naming companies, as my experiences may not be typical and there are those that have had no problems, i do however have a list of preferred suppliers with whom i find transactions are so much easier.
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    Importing reloading equipment from the states?

    Whilst i understand your point, there are/is those that show stock , take the order and payment with no mention of not holding physical stock. One in particular I get the impression does purposefully to avoid holding stock or paying up front for goods. I’ve no objection to this so long as i know what i’m getting into. Other companies plainly state items will be back ordered. I’ve no doubt that keeping an ecommerce site upto date is time cosuming and costly, but perhaps some information really shouldn’t be hidden in small print.
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