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AULD YIN

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About AULD YIN

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  • Birthday 04/10/1948

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    Shooting, WW1 western front history ,motorbikes

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  1. Sad loss

    Been in the same dark place,still have tears in my eyes thinking of the day my ESS molly had to be put down, honestly feel for you. johnnie
  2. Missfires not so common these days

    In scotland we have a right to roam,regardless whether its legal or not if its not your land you should not leave your **** on or in the ground, . My opinion
  3. As said its free,christ knows where i got it but its for the lanber victoria 1 and 2 ,light,lux its mostly in spanish i think but english descripstion at the back ,16 pages ,hopefully someone will find a use for it. johnnie
  4. Are the E collars not banned in wales and they are about to be banned in scotland so that would leave england on its tod and next in line for the ban . johnnie
  5. Gunwatch

    same here,google message ===net-err-cert date invalid
  6. Timber mill

    intro music sounds like lester flatt and earl scruggs (did the music for bonnie and clyde film)
  7. Beretta 303/2/1 barrel

    There is a 303 barrel on freeads but he is wanting £200 for it. johnnie
  8. Teague choke key

    Nephew used to make them and i would sell them on here but he stopped making them ,,,pity I only have two 20 bore ones left
  9. Teague choke key

    Why would you put a choke in without using a key to nip it up ? seems a good way to knack the barrel or at least the choke.
  10. Teague choke key

    Think you will find you need the key to nip them up, flush or extended
  11. Shed and Buried

    its his born again hippie ,,,yeh man that makes me cringe. johnnie
  12. SACS festive message

    Guns, Cheap Booze and Fast Cars Got your attention! It is nearing the festive season (yay) and it is time for socialising and enlivening the long winter nights. Without spoiling your fun, please remember that as a certificate holder you are expected to not just stay within the law, but to be seen to behave responsibly and with courtesy. Good ideas as seen through ‘beer goggles’ often look rather foolish in the light of the following day when your guns are being lifted pending a suitability assessment. Drink driving is a no no - period. In Scotland the drink driving blood level is much lower than England and Wales, but wherever you are in the UK, if you are charged with drink driving then you most likely face revocation as well and potentially for quite a long time. Nominated drivers are a good idea and there are ‘mocktail’ options tastier than just Irn-Bru or Coke. Heavy drinking at shoot lunches is a risk in so many other ways. If you see someone going too far, do please have a word with your shoot captain or organiser. Whilst accidents do happen, they are usually entirely avoidable and alcohol can be a contributory factor. So a word of caution from the SACS firearms team: This is your life – there are no rehearsals so enjoy it to the maximum. If shooting is a big part of your life, please don’t do something silly you may live long to regret. Stay safe and stay sensible, which should get you more shooting invites and permissions anyway. johnnie
  13. Worthwhile Petition

    good post
  14. Guy Martin WW1 Tank

    I do hope that was directed at the police force and not at me? johnnie
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