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  1. Someone trying to get your back up clangerman,he's following you around like a lost puppy.
  2. would swap one of the calls for leaking pair of realtree neoprene chest waders(the boots can be cut off),the neoprene must be in good nick,
  3. as above,only need the neoprene bits so boots not required,please pm me,thanks
  4. .22 blank firing pistol for gundog training,painted orange by myself,some chips to paint but does the job,£27.50 posted sold
  5. copied from internet Petrol Prices Since March 1983, I have kept a detailed record of fuel prices and fuel consumption, spanning seventeen different cars, both privately-owned and company. This table records the movement in fuel prices over that period, taking in each year the first fuel purchase in March. Prices are for leaded 4-star up to 1988, and unleaded thereafter. This roughly corresponds to the point when unleaded took over from 4-star as the standard fuel. During the period covered by the table, "real" fuel prices fell between 1983 and 1992, encouraging a boom in road traffic, but then rose sharply due to the "fuel duty escalator", resulting in the fuel protest of 2000. At this time, fuel prices had risen by over 50% in five years, which undoubtedly caused much hardship. The table also does not show peak prices in my local area, which were 224.6p/gallon (49.4p/litre) in October 1990, following the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait, and 390.5p/gallon (85.9p/litre) in June 2000, just before the fuel protest. Around this time I even paid 404.1p/gallon (88.9p/litre) in the Scottish Highlands. It seems that peak prices tend to occur in the autumn, and March, just as winter demand is tailing off, is often a low point in the year. Even though fuel duty was cut by 1p/litre in March 2011 and has been frozen since, the continued high level of the international oil price led to the March 2013 price being the highest ever in absolute terms, and equalling the record in "real" terms. In the second half of 2014 the oil price effectively halved, although obviously the effect on pump prices was limited by the high fixed element of duty. It fell further during 2015, resulting in the lowest pump prices for some years in the early part of 2016, although it subsequently rallied a little. The March 2016 figure was 10% below that of 1983 in real terms, and showed a 20% fall over the past five years. The cheapest I paid personally was 458.7p/gallon (100.9p per litre), and some prices were reported of 454.1p/gallon (99.9p/litre), with diesel often a little lower still. The rise in the oil price and fall in sterling following the Brexit referendum result reversed that trend somewhat. Since then, the price has fluctuated, but in real terms remains below its historic highs. Fuel duty has remained frozen since 2011. Of the March 2019 price of 119.9p/litre, 77.9p or 65% went to the government (57.95p fuel duty and 19.98p VAT). For information about current fuel prices in your local area, take a look at PetrolPrices.com. Petrol Prices 1983-2019 Year Price per Litre (p) Price per Gallon (£) Retail Prices Index Petrol Price in constant terms (1983=100) 5-year % increase ¶ 1983 36.7 1.670 83.1 100.0 - 1984 38.7 1.759 87.5 100.0 - 1985 42.8 1.946 92.8 104.3 - 1986 38.2 1.737 96.7 89.4 - 1987 37.8 1.719 100.6 85.0 - 1988 34.7 1.578 104.1 75.4 -5.5 1989 38.4 1.746 112.3 77.4 -0.7 1990 40.2 1.828 121.4 74.9 -6.1 1991 39.5 1.796 131.4 68.0 3.4 1992 40.3 1.832 136.7 66.7 6.6 1993 45.9 2.087 139.3 74.6 32.3 1994 48.9 2.223 133.1 77.6 27.3 1995 50.9 2.314 147.5 78.1 26.6 1996 52.9 2.405 151.5 79.0 33.9 1997 57.9 2.632 155.4 84.3 43.7 1998 60.9 2.769 160.8 85.7 32.7 1999 61.9 2.814 164.1 85.3 26.6 2000 76.9 3.496 168.4 103.3 51.1 2001 77.9 3.541 173.1 101.8 47.2 2002 69.9 3.178 174.5 90.6 20.7 2003 77.9 3.541 179.9 98.0 27.9 2004 77.9 3.541 184.6 95.5 25.8 2005 79.9 3.632 190.5 95.0 3.9 2006 88.9 4.041 195.0 103.2 14.1 2007 87.9 3.996 204.4 97.4 25.6 2008 103.9 4.723 212.1 110.9 33.4 2009 89.9 4.087 211.3 96.2 15.4 2010 111.9 5.087 220.7 114.8 40.1 2011 129.9 5.905 232.5 126.5 46.1 2012 134.1 6.096 240.8 126.1 52.6 2013 138.9 6.314 248.7 126.5 33.7 2014 130.9 5.951 254.8 116.3 45.6 2015 109.9 4.996 257.1 96.8 -1.8 2016 103.9 4.723 261.1 90.0 -20.0 2017 117.9 5.360 269.3 99.1 -12.1 2018 115.9 5.269 278.3 94.3 -16.6 2019 119.9 5.451 285.1 95.1 -8.4
  6. Opticron Countryman 10x42 binoculars,made in Japan,twist up eyecups,in excellent condition,£140 posted
  7. Bill Harper burl walnut duck call unused,£24 posted Bill Harper burl maple duck call,unused,£24 posted Bill Harper crow call, used,£20 Bill Harper was the founder of Lohman calls USA Winchester Knife,never been out the house but been sitting in draw for about 10-12yrs,sold
  8. of course i did, post counts are going through the roof recently
  9. Kent IMPACT-MALLARD Tungsten Matrix,3" 42 gram cartridges,one box of ten #3,one box of 10 #1,£20 a box
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