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MrCetirizine

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About MrCetirizine

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    Alford, Lincolnshire
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    Target shooting, photography, gadgets.

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  1. FCSA leading the way!

    It's known as a great logical fallacy because it is never true. Never has been, never will be. Show one case where a ban on one thing automatically lead to another then another. You can't because it hasn't happened. All the bans on firearms in this country have been unconnected. To think otherwise is both wrong and a little paranoid. "They" doesn't exist. "The government" is not a singular creature with a will or agenda. Government is a collection of individuals with beliefs and ideas that can be influenced, changed and challenged with facts. If there was a "they" in the way you suggest and they did want our firearms, they'd be gone already.
  2. FCSA leading the way!

    The "slippery slope fallacy" is one of the most ridiculous arguments with no logical foundation.
  3. Lack of obturation

    Well after waiting for a bout of bronchitis to abate I've finally managed to test a few things. Essentially I've switched primers to CCI 200 and increased my load to 45.6gn. I was using federal primers which were cratering above 43gn but switching to CCI has enabled me to find an accuracy node at 45.6gn with no signs of pressure issues. Thanks all.
  4. Log in

    Have you tried clearing your browser's cookies and cache?
  5. fonts colour

    I just switched the theme to the default one. Much less hideous.
  6. Stupid Question: Primers

    If stored dry and away from chemicals, they shouldn't go off.
  7. 2 stage trigger - Rem 700 ??

    Ah. Nice to know I have a functioning memory though.
  8. 2 stage trigger - Rem 700 ??

    Didn't Bradders post about a new Remmy trigger a little while ago.
  9. .338 Lapua brass life

    It would depend on the chamber dimensions rather than the calibre. A good tight chamber that your AW is likely to have will keep the brass in good condition as there'd be little movement with each firing. I have .308 from a well made rifle that's 30 firings old and still going strong compared to .303 out of a sloppy old military Enfield chamber that barely gets to 5 firings before it shows head separation signs.
  10. Stainless tumbling

    Not quite £150 but £243.50 and in stock... http://www.cdsgltd.co.uk/lyman-cyclonerotarycasetumbler-230v.html Got mine from there a couple of weeks ago.
  11. Modified Cases

    5/16th X 36
  12. Stainless tumbling

    How much is too much? I bought a Lyman cyclone. It wasn't what I'd call expensive given the quality and results.
  13. 5/8x24 Moderator

    They make a Wildcat with a short rear section. Also, if you leave the lock nut from the brake on, the standard one clears the handguard. At least it does on the 20" .308 enhanced.
  14. New laws on expanding ammo

    Yes, expanding bullets were moved from section 5 to section 1 on the 2nd of May. Bullets are now all the same regardless of their expanding ability or marketing description.
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