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  • Birthday 05/11/1969

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    Rough, driven, duck, geese, clays, pretty much anything really!

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  1. Mine's in upside down, i took the dividers off and stuck them back on with double sided tape AB
  2. Yes, I've had my Admiral refund. We have their "everything" insurance (3 cars, contents, buildings, named items etc) and it is always cheaper than taking out individual policies. AB
  3. Sporting Targets is opening on Wednesday i think EDIT: Apparently they are not opening now until the CPSA has clarified the position further
  4. Ive just bought one of these in the sale for walking/training ion the cold weather, seems pretty robust https://www.alanpaine.co.uk/kexby-mens-waterproof-smock AB
  5. I had a 3 for about 80,000 miles and only had to fix 2 x EGR valves and the air suspension pump. I've had a D4 for 4 years that i've done another 80,000 in and the only issue with that has been front lower suspension arms needing replacing. AB
  6. They do have forked tails, but they can look flat when broadly spread
  7. I did my renewal through Beds, Herts, and Cambs at the beginning of the year. Sent off everything three months in advance, didn't hear anything until the week before expiry, then a call with the FEO and my new ticket was on the doormat 3 days before the old one expired. Neighbour who has just put his first application in has been told up to 6 months wait.
  8. We have outside alarmed with a Pyronix Enforcer wireless system using a combination of PIR's and impact sensors for the entry points most likely to be sledgehammered. You can add cameras etc later and monitor the whole lot and set/unset from your phone or fobs. AB
  9. We've got a Siemens Bean-to-cup as well as a Dolce Gusto pod machine which never gets used anymore as it's just no comparison. The Siemens can make pretty much anything you want and takes ground coffee as well as beans, but also self cleans and decalc's itself. For the beans, we order from The Bean Shop in Perth who have a good selection in 250g bags with the roasting date on the label so you know it's freshly done. AB
  10. http://www.kentonline.co.uk/ashford/news/drunken-clay-pigeon-shooters-home-raided-by-armed-police-187438/
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    I've got PlantSnap, and so far it's been pretty accurate. Mind you, I've only tested it in the garden so it shouldn't be too troubled by that!
  12. Very sad to hear, but the right decision I suspect. AB
  13. For any hedgerow booze, i always start with the same recipe: 1 bottle of gin/vodka/brandy etc, 600g fruit, 300g sugar then i can add more sugar if needed later, but generally it never needs it. Once you're done and have all the sodden sloes left over, put them back in the jar and poor on a bottle of cheap dry sherry, shake and leave for a month, bottle and leave for another few months. It'll taste like paint stripper if you try it when you first bottle it, but once it's mellowed, it's very smooth. AB
  14. i got mine from www.ultradogkennels.co.uk. It was delivered and put up in no time at all, very easy people to deal with. AB
  15. I'm shooting near llangefni on the 18th, so if I can extend my hotel booking, dog sitters and get swmbo to agree I might be able to take a gun on the 17th!
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