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BuckhurstBen

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    Plymouth
  • Interests
    Pheasants, partridge
    Shooting stuff
    reloading, landrovers
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  1. BuckhurstBen

    Spuhr sp 30-01

    Hi All, By any chance has anyone got a second hand Spuhr sp 30-01 (30mm 0/0) before I buy new. Many thanks Ben
  2. BuckhurstBen

    Long Neoprene scope cover

    Don’t skimp and get a couple of Scopecoats. Ben
  3. BuckhurstBen

    Recommendations for Cerakote in home counties?

    Can recommend Chris at Spartan re-finishing. Good bloke and did a nice job on one of my rifles. Ben
  4. BuckhurstBen

    204

    Please enlighten me on how you get Charlie to to co-operate and stand broadside for you every time?!
  5. BuckhurstBen

    204

    Dear Op Think Iv butted in on conversations regarding 204R before but I’ll mention my findings again. I had a lovely Sako 85 in 204R with a 20 inch barrel and shot hundreds of foxes over a couple of years but could never get the velocity I wanted and after failing to get it rebarreled to a sensible 26 inch sold it. ( I only say sensible as I can’t see the point in running a high velocity round out of a short barrel if your chasing “laser tragectories” ). I got a bit pissed off with the 204R because I missed the odd one due to the small bullets 32-39 gn not bucking the wind all that well at 2-350m. Also the only foxes I had run shot with it were ones shoulder shot, which happened a few times. I came to the conclusion it didn’t penetrate all that well on say a big dog fox. If you want to cleanly kill foxes every time I’d recommend a .223 caliber pushing a 50-55gn bullet as fast as you can get it. Or better still a 6mm. If your only going to shoot the occasional fox and not go out in all weather get the 204R. But if your serious about it maybe get something other than what a lot of other people recommend as good for “rabbits and crows”. Ill say it again you can never over gun a fox! Ben
  6. BuckhurstBen

    Varget East Sussex

    Says you can’t recieve pm mate, please drop me one with your number. Cheers
  7. BuckhurstBen

    Varget East Sussex

    Legend thanks mate pm’d you. Ben
  8. BuckhurstBen

    Varget East Sussex

    Dear All Has anyone in the Tunbridge Wells/East Grinstead area got a part tub or any Varget that I could purchase? Thanks Ben
  9. Also interested if details could be posted? Ben
  10. She’s a beauty mate, my personal defender is an early td5 90 they are fantastic trucks, mines on nearly 200k and still purring. Good luck with the sale, it’s a good price with all the mods, a few dings and scratches only add character to a landy!
  11. BuckhurstBen

    Summer Boots

    https://www.brandecosse.com/product/fagiano/ I now wear these all day all year, can’t fault them got a high pair also for the winter. Went off Meindl as the insoles wear through rapidly and the rubber rind peels off. They’re not cheap but my first pair are 4 years old now and still going strong after a lot of hard wear. Splash out treat your feet. Ben
  12. Hello mate replied and on hold for you.
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