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  1. Yes we used to make them as well.... After the war there were plenty of 303 rounds brought back home by servicemen we took the heads off the bullets and used the cordite rods broken into small pieces together with a match head taking great care not to over tighten the bolts before throwing them. Happy Days.
  2. Same Same part of the fun was finding the wood and then making them. We also made catapults using bicycle forks mounted on spike fences.
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    Yes my Sister in Law has been having trouble with them recently. In the kitchen and attic.
  4. Spot on. The blinkered idiots.
  5. Quite right I have to agree.
  6. Yes the two main parties still in denial blaming everything bar themselves. Will someone please shut that Liberal idiot Vince Cable up. Same ... Same. You are quite right.
  7. The Bells ... The Bells they make you deaf you know. The Flying Buttresses will support the outer walls. ... Very Sad.
  8. Having owned both rifles I can honestly say that both guns are brilliant however the finish on the Air Arms is better than the 97 but depending how old you are and dexterity of your fingers the 97 is better of the two because the loading port is larger and makes pellet insertion a lot easier.
  9. Whats the old adage ..... Cast not a Clout till May is out.
  10. We used to have plenty of skilled workers until Thatcher stopped Apprenticeships and introduced six month schemes.
  11. Absolutely disgraceful ..... The shots were all over the place .... Should have been tight group on the nose.
  12. Never mind jailing him .... Give him a seat in the house parliament he can join the rest of the brain dead.
  13. Democracy .... Died ...... Today.
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