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  • Birthday 01/15/1977

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    shooting long range steel & vermin. reloading. My black lab called RED. road riding- sportive / charity rides . Guns in general. Blank firing replica pistol collector . Biker & shooter for life, Internet jockeys annoy me :) ...

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  1. gunner

    Digital calipers

    I got frankford Arsenal digital and Yes they drain batteries . So i normally buy 4 batteries at a time _ should just buy the mits tho
  2. gunner

    .22 Dasher varminter

    Well it’s nice to be different- 22dasher ,immediately sruck me as barrel burner / overbore cartridge. If that doesn’t bother you then why not . Although I don’t like forming cases too much in the form of an old 223ackley now a 20 practical. I do shoot a 6 br and it’s really quite unfussy. I’d personally go 6 something maybe even 6/47. Obviously the better bc 6mm bullets are better out further but up to you I’m sure on that action it’ll be 1 sweet rifle😎
  3. gunner

    Torch

    Iv got a few Ledwave tactical torches , there quality but the price is not cheap but they got many types to suit different budgets ..My favorite is probably my MTL DEFENSER-1 its multi function 3 different power setting , strobe , and battery power indicator level . Small and light .
  4. All NF with a tapered top turret has zero stop , the older models that have a flat top turret dont have zero stop - i think lol
  5. Good matey ill have it - How do you want payment ? I can do bank transfer etc - please PM me cheers
  6. Hi have you got one for a SBE2 if yes I’ll have one please, should be in touch later tonight- cheers Tim..
  7. gunner

    GRS berserk pillar bedding

    I personaly would never buy a beserk , because of the risk of movement . My choice would be a proper composit or laminate and have bedded , iv just got a boyds laminate for a cz527 it will be bedded when its re- barrled and as for movement ? Well the barrel wont touch thats for sure - youll understand when i upload a pic - the boyds are reletivly cheap . But should give peace of mind once bedded .
  8. Thank the lord , just watched ian summeral on Utube ...
  9. gunner

    Pierced primer! Trip to the gunsmith?

    Its good of the shop to offer replacement pin after soo long a purchase . Kudos
  10. Sounds good , do you recieve a certificate once completed ?
  11. gunner

    Open certificate rules

    Definitely check as my licensing said i must not shoot this new land until its checked AND i have it in writing from the firearm licensing !! That was over a decade ago and soon got open license . atb
  12. gunner

    Anyone use a drone ? (flying type )

    I wouldn't charge anything even if i did take pictures for them as im doing my real job there that pays good anyway . So it wouldn't even be classed as commercial work . Now knowing there's all these 'rules' etc it could only be for 2 or 3 people a year anyway without charge - id be doing them a little favor , for nothing in return but a flight round there land / dwelling simply for photographs to then email them to the customer . I enjoy flying this thing its challenging and fun . But god forbid they give me 10 or 20 quid so it covered my fuel there and back lol .
  13. gunner

    Get your Crow License here....

    Many thanks A ... The last thing i want to do is shoot a magpie and not have a license in place . Will apply now.. atb well iv been trying to apply but my luck with tecknology is rubbish . iv downloaded adobe reader so the forms will show but no joy . I will go direct to NE's website and try again . that's an hour gone , very frustrating lol - still no joy - im effin useless on computer , even printing now is a task . New laptop but ffs you have to jump thru hoops for anything to work . I haven't got time for this bs ..
  14. gunner

    Get your Crow License here....

    Thanks matey , so theres not one for magpie ??? As these are the 2 main culprets carrion crows and magpies - altho id normally shoot all crows as they all predate in some way shape or form . In all fairness jays don't seem to affect the livestock on the shoots , but they would predate ground nesting birds and songbird nests / chicks - they had ann’s wren nest last year ( neighbor ) now that really pizzed me off as the wrens here are pretty scarce now .
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