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Dangerous Brian

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  • Birthday 10/07/1974

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  1. I would argue we all hope for 100%. Planning for 100% isn't practical, as you have pointed out in your previous sentence. From what I have read on this thread I believe Stu had planned to be acceptably (his criteria) close to 100% with the level of preparation he made and hoped for 100%- much like the vast majority of us shooting live quarry within our self imposed limits for their skill/ equipment.
  2. I had the same a couple of months back from West Mercia. They are just trying to smooth the peaks and troughs of demand out. Nice to see them spot an issue and sort it out before it becomes a problem. I would take them up on the offer and help them to help you in the future.
  3. Either way it's got to come out to fix the problem seals or not. Time for some heat.....
  4. I am doubtful as well but thought I would start there just in case there are any plastic bits inside. It may well end up being the heat gun treatment though.
  5. Cheers strimmer_13. Looks like the hair drier might be an option to melt the glue.
  6. All sold. Thanks for your interest all.
  7. Hi all I am trying to get an old BSA Hornet to behave itself and want to swap the hammer for a lighter one. Does anyone know how the hammer tube comes apart without breaking anything? Cheers Brian
  8. I am in Droitwich. Sorry- that might have helped if I put that in the advert!!!
  9. Hi both I want to sell the lot as a single item but thanks for your interest and yes I am open to sensible offers. ATB Brian
  10. Hello I have my collection of reloading gear in .410 gauge. It has had pretty light use and I am selling as I don't use the gun much now. The collection includes: Mec Supersizer Lee powder measure scoops Lee powder scales Bell type resizer Lanes type handloading equipment (never got it to work properly) Roll turn over tool (fits in a drill and makes a lovely job) Climbing the North Face of the .410 book (2nd edition) Some 65mm primed unfired cases Some 73mm primed unfired cases A few 76mm primed unfired cases Some fired cases H17 and H40 wads cork/ fibre wads (don't need an overpowder card with these) plus cork spacers and over shot cards A small amount of shot (2.5kg of Italian 8 nickel plated, 2kg Italian 7.5 Nickel plated and 1/2kg Italian 9) A couple of boxes of CX50 primers About half a tub of Vectan SP3 I am looking for £150, buyer collects as I can't go posting primers and powder and will need to see a certificate for the primer and powder. Thanks for looking.
  11. I have a copy I will be selling as part of a package with my reloading equipment if any help to you.
  12. I sent mine back to West Mercia this morning. I have to applaud the fact the firearms department is trying to sort out future problems ahead of time rather than just carrying on knowing a big mess is heading their way.
  13. I have the multi choke version. The label on the side of the plastic choke tube gives a nominal choke size for lead and steel. As already said, stick to plastic shot cups and if you have reasonably open chokes it should be fine. One other thing I would add is stick with standard steel and not HP. Have a search for this subject as the same question came up last year iirc. There was quite a bit of good info on there.
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