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    Nr Peterborough, Cambs.
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    Shooting, learning about loading, dogs and shooting

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  1. Bought, but then I decided to re-stock the rifle. This is the mid-height monopod to fit the picatinny rail (inc.), which is mounted using the pair of fastening stud screws (also inc.). All are genuine US-made parts. I'd rather not split. Price £100 + P & P. The RRP is £132--a bargain or what?! For details, see link below:https://www.accu-shot.com/catalog_new/accu-shot-monopods-official-manufacturer/63-bt13-qk-prm-precision-rail-monopod-mid-range-with-qk02-quick-knob.html SOLD, Thanks.
  2. Point taken. Thanks for wisdom.
  3. Does anyone have any knowledge of fitting a rear monopod onto a GRS Berserk stock? My stock has the adjustable Limbsaver butt, which I am worried about removing in order to fit stud screws to fit the short picatinny rail. (There isn't a sling-stud on the GRS). Anyone's experience/advice would be welcome.
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    Bighorn in Creedmoor

    That is a lovely rifle. When I buy my next one, I'm coming to you. Please will you PM me a ball-park figure for something with this spec--only in left-hand. Best wishes. Jon
  5. excellent, then if you can confirm price posted, I'd like to buy it please. jon
  6. Rory, You might know, will your stock fit a Tikka T3X action? Regards, Jon
  7. Is this still for sale Rory? Jon
  8. Just reread this. Bad grammar-Live rounds, not just steel cases! For sale, 450 rounds Hornady .223 55gr FMJ Steel cases. £15 per 50 boxed. F2F only, Peterborough area.
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    Foxes. What do you do with them?

    Best Recipe, Skin, gut and de-brush (nail brush to chicken run gate). Chop 4 onions, 2 cloves garlic, a carrot and a large bunch of parsley. chop 1/2 lb pork belly into slices. Fry pork in olive oil, when browned, add other ingredients. Soften but don't colour. Add 2 glasses Guiness, de-glaze pan. Joint fox, fry to colour in oil. When browned, cover with veg mix, season well. Place in roasting pan. Cover carefully with packed layer of mixed barley straw and sphagnum moss. Roast gently at 180 degrees, gas mark 3 for 4 hours. Remove from oven. Extract fox meat and discard. Repeat with other ingredients but carefully extract moss--dry for 1 hour in a warm oven and then use as firelighter. NEVER WASTE A GOOD FOX!
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    OCD rant!

    Just to add fuel to the fire, how about reticle (a cross-hair within a gun sight) and reticule (a small handbag carried by those of the Jane Austen fan cub). However, the OED gives the second spelling as an alternate to the first. Pedantic, moi? Still, the vision of a roughie, toughie rifle shootist equipped with a drawstring purse does bother me a little.
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    OCD rant!

    Let's be clear, I don't want to cause any member to brake into a swet abowt this.
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    OCD rant!

    OED definition of the word 'break': Separate into pieces as a result of a blow, shock, or strain. Ditto for the word 'brake': A thing that slows or hinders a process. Sad I know, but it makes me wince every time the writer of an otherwise interesting, well-written post describes the sometimes anti-social screwy- onny end-of-barrel thing as a muzzle break. As far as I know, they don't.
  13. Cannot understand why this hasn't sold yet. BUMP!
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    New Tactical Tikka

    One is on order. When it arrives from faraway Finland, I'll post details and reaction.

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