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  1. Real emergency services car or not

    Not in an emergency and dealing 999 /112 in these circs will be ok. phoning auntie Mable for advice would not be ok though
  2. Optimum zero distance

  3. Many thanks for the consideration... g
  4. Hi, im based around Bishops waltham... no NV... but good to go with sgc/ fac. Like most in South Hampshire finding permissions tough. Am a shift worker so flexible for time. i am sure you have have had hundreds of responses by now all the best G
  5. Knife blanks

    http://www.dorsetwoodlandblades.co.uk/ Duncan can sort you out. His Fb page shows some of his work. he has different dimensions of blade
  6. This can’t be real, woman can try out for the SAS

    What is wrong with providing smaller grips for issued police handguns? a handgun is a tool. Why not get the very best from your staff by providing the correct equipment. it is after all 2017. One of the best handgun shots I have come across was a female officer. Any discrimination claims, badly reported would have been a shot in the arm to a force to ensure theyprovide the best equipment to get the best from your staff. I am sure the smaller grips will be available now to all who would benefit from them regardless of gender. As a lefty I had a handgun adapted for my use with the magazine release permanently set to the other side. Its a reasonable adjustment I would say. i could use the right handed handgun . But the adapted was better. As for the thread... as long as the standards are met then it’s fine.
  7. Knife blanks

    Try Dorset woodland blades on the web... duncan has a good range...
  8. Lefty’s needed

    Being a lefty has never been an issue... Unless you are shooting targets with a sling where your right arm is locked up operating a right handed bolt can actually seen more natural. From a bipod it keeps your left hand stable on the trigger... with the benefit of not really breaking your position... I currently have a lefty hmr and it always seems weird and more difficult to see into the breech A long time ago I shot .22 target and the club had a rifle converted for leftys with a welded steel cocking handle extension which looped over the top of the rifle.... inelegant but functional As for SA80.... just had to learn to shoot off the wrong shoulder.... I would in future go with a right handed... easier resale and once the bolt is closed theyre all basically the same
  9. Leupold Scopes (Mk4)

    Put the mpi on the top of the dot?
  10. Mr and mrs box set

    The West wing
  11. Fessing up !

    Dent the tin and boil until bulging Put on gloves and pierce with little tin opener , spraying boiling fat around harbour area... open both ends then push out... Lovely
  12. Armed police office shoots himself!

    Arv courses now nine weeks... Not all shooting is static. I for one engaged in drills moving up and down the range including stoppage drills where a second officer would be stood over your head whilst you were kneeling. As for driving courses.... 5 week standard and four week advanced... A week for Tpac..... As for nds.... and loosing things. Shouldnt happen but it does... officers are human. The same could be said of any industry.... the doctor or nurse with a needle stick injury. The engineer or farmer trapped in machinery. The pilot with a missed item on a checklist. The postman mis delivering the wrong mail. The shop assistant giving the wrong change. All different in terms of scale but each a momentary lapse in concentration/ distraction... Police officers are not robots
  13. Snap Caps

    Snap Caps are a device by which the manufacturer separates the unenlightened from their cash. Not required with modern guns...
  14. Traser watches ?.

    I've got one.... Expensive but bomb proof.... I would rather a nicer automatic than a quartz watch though as per some of the recent threads..... Silicone straps are good if you can get one of the soft ones....