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arjimlad

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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. The smell of success never did me any harm. I love the smell of gunsmoke in the morning... or any other time of day.
  2. Pigeon Tagine for three to four people.. who asked me to do it again soon so I wasn't the only one who enjoyed it! 4 pigeon 3 onions 4 cloves garlic 3 carrots, chopped A few Mushrooms 15 Dried apricots Can of cider Some Streaky bacon Two teaspoons ground cumin One teaspoon ground cinnamon Two teaspoons ground coriander Two teaspoons hot paprika Sweat quartered onions, sliced garlic, carrots and mushrooms in a dash of olive oil in large stockpot. Halve about 15 dried apricots and add to the pot. Take breasts of four pigeon and slice into 1cm thick slices before adding to the pot with the streaky bits from ten rashers of back bacon, or three rashers of streaky bacon. Stir fry for a few minutes and add the spices. Slowly add cider to nearly cover the mix and bring to the boil. Once the pot is boiling, reduce heat and cover. Raise the pot off the gas flame by using a trivet and simmer very gently on lowest heat for 1.5 hours or longer. Stir periodically. About 15 minutes before serving remove the lid and raise the heat to reduce the liquid. Serve on bed of rice, we had mashed sweet potato on the side. Flatbread would go well too. Bon appetit!
  3. Nice shooting and very good to get the youngsters in on the food prep !
  4. Dang, too slow... let me know please if this falls through for any reason 👍
  5. Now sorted, thanks @maxtich
  6. Just thought I'd ask before buying new, in case anyone wants to shift some on.
  7. Nice wader socks - ideal for warm welly boot wearing
  8. I have been learning to use OpenShot video editor which is a free download. We used to like Windows Movie Maker but that has stopped for Windows 10. My son uses it for his carp fishing channel, and I have been using it for dodgy driving dashcam stuff.
  9. https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00YWLJCT8/ref=oh_aui_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1 I have been quite happy with these, the clarity is very good and the adjustable eyecups work well with my glasses too.
  10. £1250 buys this very good condition quality shotgun.
  11. I was driving to a game shoot once when I found a van parked in the road, hazard lights on, and two chaps trying somewhat ineptly to euthanize a roe doe which had been broadsided quite hard. They were using a lump hammer. I asked them to move the deer into the hedge and then dispatched it with one shot to the cerebral cortex from my 12 bore. I called the police and explained what I had done and why. They were very happy that I had done the right thing and saved them a callout. I had a reasonable excuse for using my shotgun in a public place (a quiet country lane). If it had been a busier area I would probably have called them first for "permission" but this animal was suffering. The police later rang again to double check because a lady driver passing by had also called it in.
  12. I use those 6s happily on pigeons, normal pheasant and partridge.
  13. Thanks - yes - it is very light & responsive ... perhaps that has been one of my problems with it. I will keep practising !
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