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    Shooter since a boy, Solicitor interested in appeals against revocation/refusal to grant & other. <br /><br />Chipping Sodbury Gun Club member.<br /><br />Born in Hampshire, living in Bristol since 1990.

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  1. arjimlad

    diana 52

    Superb quality rifle, very smooth to use and very stable on aim due to the weight. My Dad had one, it was lovely if you didn't mind the weight.
  2. You might look at this site for personal injury specialists local to you. My firm has some but we are in Bristol. Try to choose a local specialist rather than a claims factory firm. Most will do NWNF if the injury is significant enough. https://www.apil.org.uk/ Standard NWNF agreements require you to co-operate with the solicitors & give truthful, unexaggerated instructions. People have come unstuck when they've made fraudulent claims which is why there's some protection in there for solicitors. The commoditisation of personal injury claims being bought & sold by insurance companies & law firms is regrettable & has lead to a lot of intermediaries making something out of nothing to try to earn a commission. Going direct has got to be better ! Hope this helps.
  3. Springs for when men were men, and when locking knives were less common ! Lovely quality steel on those. My son is using a similar Rogers folder which my Dad and I both used as boys.
  4. That's handy, I have a torque wrench for my bike & hadn't thought of using it on the scope rings. Thanks
  5. Not a scam, this is lawful.
  6. I have 2 stocks for this gun, one cut-down for a smaller person to use. I probably still have the picture of my son with his first pigeon taken with this gun.
  7. Thanks - I haven't had the Greener experience yet although I have fired a SMLE in .410. I wonder about getting myself a double barrelled 3" .410 one day, but the Webley is such good fun. Having just the one shot makes for precision shooting and 12.5g of no7 seems to do the business within sensible ranges.
  8. Popped out for a look at some freshly cut rape fields, hid in the hedge under a sitty tree with my .410. Five shell decoys, no hide and managed five plus a bonus bunny who ambled past. The little .410 was great fun and I dropped a crosser going away at a fair distance 😁
  9. Great videos, good to see the rats and squirrels getting a bashing. Keep it up !
  10. Yes, I'm sure I have heard of the right to keep and arm bears, but didn't realise that this might also apply to man's best friend.
  11. If you email AYA the serial number, they will tell you what model it is, and what year your gun was made. http://www.aya-fineguns.com/contact/ This gun is a Model 400F made in 1964, for example. It's a non-ejector.
  12. My SX3 3.5" cycles anything put through it from 28g, as long as it is in a 70mm case.
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