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Dellboy

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About Dellboy

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  • Birthday 02/04/1961

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    dgcottiss@live.co.uk

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    Rochford Essex
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  1. Dellboy

    Ultrasonic cleaners - recommendations

    cheers im using mine for gun parts with parafin seems to work well (especially on seized up moderators ) with no damage to plastic ally etc but thinking of getting a clean one for cases or as a clean parts cleaner (if you get my drift)
  2. Dellboy

    Decent spotting scope

    dont know if thats what your looking for ...
  3. Dellboy

    Decent spotting scope

    dave on here has one for sale and having bought a scope off him last year and seeing how he treats his kit it will be nice and well looked after .
  4. Dellboy

    Ultrasonic cleaners - recommendations

    whats the capacity or how much water do you use ?
  5. Dellboy

    Ultrasonic cleaners - recommendations

    what sort of mix do you use ?
  6. Dellboy

    A couple of Painted AR's

    will doo i feel a straight pull AR coming on ...😊
  7. Dellboy

    A couple of Painted AR's

    ok to pop in ?
  8. Dellboy

    A couple of Painted AR's

    Dave im up your way around the 17th will they be at yours ?
  9. Dellboy

    Ultrasonic cleaners - recommendations

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B07N1DZ6L1/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o02_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 run with parafin but not for cases just for parts although i have done cases and they clean up well
  10. Dellboy

    Off the shelf relaoding bench..

    If you either use a flat ply top and srew and glue a 4x2 on to it (through the cetre of the short sides) you can clamp it securely into a black and decker workmate .. Similar thing with these wooden press holders .
  11. use a left handed drill to drill the hole they sometimes uncrew the thing while drilling
  12. it screws on the muzzle brake not directly on the barrel ..
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