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Breastman

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    Clays, game, w/pigeon, practical shotgun. Deer stalking, target rifle, gallery rifle, mini-rifle.

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  1. Unless i'm in the bed, the shower or the pub I have a sub 3" non-locking knife on me and generally use it every day.
  2. This forum never disappoints doing the anti's job for them, the amount of people who think themselves part of the shooting community but are willing to chuck anyone and everyone under the bus as long as the rabid anti-gunner wolves are at their door YET is amazing. No wonder we're in the state we are now. SMH.
  3. Can you not just borrow an appropriate S2 gun from a shooting mate? You can have it off him for 72hrs without any paperwork, faffing with mag tubes or buying a gun you don't really want (Assuming you have an SGC as well as an FAC of course).
  4. Jezza loves a terrorist, always has, always will! Between him and Abbacus the Labour Party has been made unelectable for a generation!
  5. Last time I asked about it, it was going to be £150 for a double barrelled hammer gun, including PRoof House charges and returning the piece to me.
  6. No sense of adventure?? She's got a face only David Cameron could love! I love the series but can't help but laugh when she says she's been 'grafting' all day and is exhausted when she's been clagging dried flowers to a wall in a nice warm room and he's been out in the middle of winter digging out a moat!!
  7. This /\/\/\/\/\/\/\ The whole point of bringing this in was so they (the police/FLD) wouldn't have to waste time issuing S7 certificates so you're not going to get one of those unless they REALLY mess up and go over the 8 extra weeks they are now granted to renew your FAC.
  8. Breastman

    Knives in cars

    There are tons of 'UK friendly' knives out there these days that comply with the <3" and non-locking mechanism rules. Have a look on the Hennie Haynes website; https://www.heinnie.com/knives-and-tools/uk-friendly-carry-knives If you really need a fixed/locking blade, as suggested, don't keep it in the front of the car, put it in the boot etc.
  9. The guards likely prefer them getting it that way than the 'traditional' way which means the guards don't have to have a game of 'brown trout fishing'
  10. No, far worse would and as the attackers were male and victim female, SHE would likely be punished for not getting out of the way their flour! Properly administer corporal punishment, preferably done in public, is the only way i can see the declining behaviour of youths (and adults who still haven't grown out of such behaviours)being brought under control. Crying your eyes out while being birched in front of your vicitms and their families/the rest of the town is likely to bring a 'gangsta' attitude to heal pretty rapidly.
  11. I always carry a knife, apart from if i'm out on the town/for a meal etc. Always go for UK 'legal' ones. Have a Boker Plus Worldwide most of the time when shooting, or a Lansky World Legal, both heavy duty blades and the super strong mechanism gives reassurance that it wouldn't close accidentally. For work i have a Klecker Cordovan as its much lighter and more 'pen knife' like (make sure you get the non-locking version).
  12. Well the discussions have begun and already they're talking about things that weren't even mentioned up until now, namely making ALL ammunition components licesable i.e. You will need to have components - primers, cases and bullets on your certificate, have to show your certificate to buy powder AND store them all, even if separate in a safe. Still think this isn't going to affect you?
  13. Whatever this bill does or doesn't cover NOW is irrelevant. If this legislation passes it will be catestrophic for the entire shooting community, including the 'i'm-alright-jacks' who will be anything but. The vast majority of firearms legislation in this c9ountry has been a response to one-off events which gave credence that the type of firearm concerns was a 'problem'. THIS legislation is solely based on 'what if' a criminal/terrorist uses a particular type of gun and will set a precedent that cannot be undone. If it goes through the police/government can then just pick and chose gun types at will using the excuse that "they have intelligence" that terrorists want to obtain 'xyz' gun so we're going to ban it just in case....
  14. After the coconut rings the spogs are the bests ones in there!! Only the 'chocloate' flavoured sandwich squares urge my distain, but being a brave little soldier, i plough through them regardless!
  15. Someone asked her if she was going for a number 1 or number 2 and what followed was the confusion of her brain trying to process those numbers
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