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  • Birthday 13/01/1947

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  1. As much as the above. I have found that a GOOD osteopath with supporting excersize is the way forward. It's very much an ongoing situation. Past trauma and accidents take their toll. Stick with it. If not treated it will only get worse!
  2. Standard practice to deliver certificates by hand. You then have to sign it in thir presence.
  3. point and shoot

    Combro

    Yes please. You have PM
  4. point and shoot

    Combro

    Hi, ,is this the CB 625
  5. I've had a 'glass' back for years and like the previous poster needed a back rest. Although expensive I decided on the 'idleback' chair. It's brilliant in the hide and an excellent platform to shoot off for the rabbits. Worth a look! Les
  6. Write to the Police and crime commissioner for your area voicing your concerns and disappointment. Should get a result! Les
  7. Excellent chairs. Wouldn't be without mine! Good luck with you sale.
  8. As per title. Complete with all five foam adjusting pieces. Never used. £18 posted.
  9. I always thought that the law stated "The chief constable WILL issue a shotgun/firearms licence unless he can show good reason not to!. HE must make the checks he deems necessary and accordingly pay for whatever information he requests. The applicant is just that. The responsibility to check suitability is down to the Police.
  10. I read a recent review of the sx4 and as already said its an sx3 with a different trim. The reviewer went on to say - "if you've got an sx3. you don't want to change it for an sx4!" worth looking into. Cheers Les
  11. A good osteopath would be the answer. Mine has been brilliant. Kept me going!
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