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    Shooting, archery, woodwork, beekeeping, spoon carving

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  1. moondoggy

    Mrs. webber R I P

    Very sad news. Been through it myself twice in the last two years. My sympathies to you and your family.
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    GREY SQUIRREL KILLS list your 2018 kills HERE

    1438 Another one bit my nuts this morning, then it bit the dust.
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    GREY SQUIRREL KILLS list your 2018 kills HERE

    1437 Got a big fat one at 14:00 hours today, who was swinging on my nuts
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    The Wild Life

    So pleased you are enjoying it. It is one of my favourite books. I think it is the fact that he has had the guts to do what so many of us would love to do, but don’t have the time, means or balls to have a go. Also, he has the skill to put his experiences into words in a wonderfully descriptive way, and injects humour and a little sadness (there was one part where I had a tear or two). I have toyed with buying some of his other country based books, just need to get rid of some of my old books first.
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    Woodwork/tool question

    Watch this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s-dEJdyXj34 Ben Orford is an excellent tool maker and really knows his stuff
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    The Great Rod Race

    DVD boxed set of The Great Rod Race Featuring Matt Hayes and Mick Brown 10 DVD’s : - Trout, Salmon and Arctic Char Carp, Eel and Tench Catfish, Roach and Sea Trout Pike, Perch and Bream Chub, Barbel and Grayling Mirror Carp, Barbel and Pike Common Carp, Chub and Rainbow Trout Roach, Perch and Zander Barbel, Sea Trout and Crucian Carp Pike, Rudd, Grayling and Tench Matt Hayes and Mick Brown take up the ambitious challenge to catch every species of freshwater fish found in Britain in one month - 35 fish in 30 days Over 10 hours of big fish and big catches As new, only watched once £10 plus £4.50 p&p
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    The Wild Life

    Great. He’s probably not that far from you. Let me know if you try any of the recipes.
  8. moondoggy

    The Wild Life

    So glad you are enjoying it. I am usually not keen on recommending things as everyone’s tastes are so different, but I did feel fairly confident that some of you guys would enjoy this read. Thank you for your feedback.
  9. moondoggy

    Walnut Log

    Thank you for that. If I am down your way in the near future, I’ll let you know.
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    leather priest

    For that reason, I think you should call it a ‘leather clad priest.’ It would get far more views.
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    Walnut Log

    Hi, thanks for your reply. I am often down near Spalding, how far from there are you?
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    Various Shooting accessories Job lot

    What diameter is the bottle bipod adaptor?
  13. moondoggy

    Modern life.

  14. moondoggy

    Hi New to the Forum

    Hi, and welcome. I’m not far from you, just east of Louth.
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    Thank you for posting photos. I wanted the TDR myself. I remember trying one many years ago at the Midland Game Fair, but I bought the normal AA410 as it was a bit cheaper. I like the varmint. Was the bipod already fitted or did you fit it? I’ve read that they are a bit scary to fit beacause there isn’t a great deal of material in that area. I shoot rats and squirrels in my garden, got a couple of acres of woodland type garden, so a fair bit of sport to be had. Could do with more rats to shoot though. I think my next investment might be a Yukon Photon to get the little blighters at night.