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Dunkield

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    Shooting, Fishing, and making stuff - not in that order, and not normally at the same time...

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  1. It was almost worth the wait πŸ˜‚
  2. Back from the dead indeed, and thank you Houseplant for that injection of common sense. My original point, which seemed to get lost on many, was.. I am right handed, I fly fish with the rod in my right hand, when I spin the rod is my right hand, when I coarse fish the rod in my right hand etc etc But when I go sea fishing with a multiplier it is 'normal' for the rod to be in my left hand, ignoring the fact the multiplier is one of best mechanical advantages out there, and the mahusive fish I have caught [never] is being played on a short rod in my weaker arm. Anyway after 13 long years I don't care, I have drawer full of ABU nnnn1 left handed reels which are actually of course right handed reels, so I just take my own πŸ˜‹
  3. As above e collar for sale, it is in almost new condition, as we only needed to use it once. They seem to be about Β£200 now I will take Β£80 posted More information here: https://www.pacdog.co.uk/pac-mini-small-dog-training-p/pacminikit.htm
  4. You might need to get out a bit more
  5. You could always go here for updates https://shootingshow.co.uk/
  6. Looks very clean, I wouldn't have thought it needs masses doing to it. Belts while it is apart of course, Ducati people always obsess about belts....
  7. One of the best looking bikes ever produced, appreciating classic too - what's not to love. I still fancy a 748, if I dicker about much longer I won't be able to afford one
  8. I would struggle to believe you could pull up anything convincing just using maths, I think swept volume is what you are looking at measuring, not sure how you could do that without dismantling it?
  9. We have a Nespresso commercial, as already pointed out they take nowhere near 5 minutes to brew, it’s under a minute easily and your staff will thank you for it. We had Starbucks in our old office and they were way slower at serving and the coffee was no where near as good as this.
  10. Not bait related but to answer your question about getting them into your camera, sunlight seems to be very attractive for them. Saw three muntjac on the morning dog walk today, all three were seeking sunshine in relatively dark surroundings. Just a thought.
  11. That would depend on what they have been eating, like us if they get everything they need from their normal diet they don't probably don't need to supplement it. I have put licks out and had trail cams watching them for days and all I got were sd cards full of pictures of squirrels with deer walking past in the background I've put apples and apple mulch (from cider making) out for muntjac and watched them step over it to get to sweet grass or a pheasant feeder. Muntjac grow very well on my ground, I have had 3 serious gold medals (including the best in the uk last year) just on what nature + a commercial shoot provides.
  12. Salt licks only tend to work if there is little else to feed on, the muntjac on my ground ignore apples as well - but commercial shoots are like a year round harvest festival to deer πŸ˜„
  13. Dunkield

    Sheds

    I built my motorbike (separate thread on here somewhere)mostly in our conservatory but also in our tiny shed, I thought it was pretty small until I saw this
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