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  1. ozalid

    Scarpa Ranger II Activ GTX Walking Boots 7/41

    I dont seem able to edit this post, but I have reduced these to £45 including postage!
  2. Now SOLD thanks BB Decided to have a purge on my gear, a lot of which was bought and never used, so hopefully a few bargains to be had! I bought this backpack as despite them being hideously expensive, I have always loved the military quality of Maxpedition gear, but sadly I have never used this pack and it has sat in my office ever since, so its got a bit of dust on it, but basically its like new. I have found this online at between £150 to £180, so how about £80 ovno including postage and packing? Note: The pictures are showing a redish tinge/discolouration on the bag, this is reflection, it is plain black https://www.maxpedition.com/collecti...nt=28005487697Description (US):The Vulture-II is built for larger individuals and is designed for hauling lots of gear. Endowed with 2100 cubic inches (34 liters) of carry capacity, 3 generous compartments, and a wide bottom design; this is the backpack to pack it all into. However, like all Maxpedition bags, size does not infringe on comfort. The Vulture-II holds true to the Maxpedition ergonomic standard and comes equipped with comfortable back padding, curvaceous backpack straps, concealable chest & waist straps. The Vulture-II also accommodates up to 100oz/3L hydration reservoir with bi-directional tube port (not included), and has plenty of exterior PALS webbing for attaching Maxpedition pouches and accessories. Great for longer hikes, deployment, or buggin' out. 3D breathable mesh padded back and shoulder straps CCW pocket, with lockable zippers, fits large pistols Hydration bladder not included Dimensions: Approx. 15"(L) x 9.5"(W) x 20"(H) View Product Dimensions Diagram Main compartment: 14"(L) x 7"(W) x 19.5"(H) Volume: 2100 cu.in / 34L Weight: 3.7 lbs. Exterior front Y-compression strap made from 1" webbing 2 rows, 8 channels of PALS webbing 1 row, 5 channels of 2" webbing One (1) 5.5"(L) x 1"(H) loop field for patches or name tape One (1) 11.5"(L) x 15"(H) diagonal zippered pocket 2 attachment loops made from 1" webbing One (1) 12"(L) x 15"(H) x 2"(W) zippered pouch One 4"(L) x 4.75"(H) internal slip pocket Three (3) 1.25"(L) x 4.75"(H) internal slip pockets One 7.75"(L) x 6"(H) internal slip pocket Keyper™ Exterior rear Breathable padding for comfort Exterior left 5 rows of 2-channel PALS webbing 2 side retention straps made from 1" webbing Exterior right 5 rows of 2-channel PALS webbing 2 side retention straps made from 1" webbing Exterior top Grab handle made from 1" webbing Tube port 2 attachment loops made from 1" webbing Exterior bottom 4 channels of PALS webbing Non-slip abrasion resistant material Main interior rear 10"(L) x 7"(H) zippered mesh pocket Straps 2" adjustable padded, breathable backpack straps with 12 rows of PALS webbing and 2 D-Rings Removable sternum strap made from 1" webbing with 1" quick release buckle Fixed waist belt made from 2" webbing with 2" UTX Warrior buckle; belt can be tucked into side pockets when not in use Additional storage 13"(L) x 18.5"(H) zippered hydration compartment accommodates up to 100oz/3L hydration reservoir with bi-directional tube port (not included), with 2x 2" x 7" loop fields for CCW or other accessories Other features Padded hip support and 8 channels of PALS webbing, 4 channels 2" webbing loops Use 3" TacTie® Attachment Straps and 5" TacTie® Attachment Straps (sold separately) to attach Maxpedition pouches and accessories to the PALS webbing of your Maxpedition bag
  3. Continuing my purge.These are my wifes boots, they have been worn several times, so are nicely worn in, plenty of years left in them, we paid £160, so how about £60 including signed-for P&P?Scarpa Ranger II Activ GTX Walking Boots | GO Outdoors I have given them a session with Renapur leather balsam, so they are ready to go.Here is the blurb, they really are nice quality, we don't buy ****. An updated classic, giving you fully waterproof comfort on the hills, paths and trails.The Scarpa Ranger has been a classic appealing to walkers and ramblers over many years, a firm favourite for those walking in warmer conditions.This version, the Scarpa Ranger II Active GTX, features Scarpa’s new Activ Fit technology and a waterproof and breathable GORE-TEX lining, for luxurious comfort all day long.The Ranger 2 now features Scarpa's BD last, offering increased fit and performance, while the Hi-Flex midsole offers the optimum balance of support and walking comfort.The new Activ Fit design combines four elements; last, sole, ergonomic design and footbed, giving you instant, out-of-the-box comfort and performance. Ideally suited to hillwalking and rambling on paths, trails, fells and moorland. BD last – A new level of instant comfort Auto-fit foam inserts in heel area provide perfect foot hold and increased comfort Hi-Flex midsole for optimum balance of support and walking comfort Vibram Kalden sole with integral rand protection Calf leather upper The Vibram Kalden sole uses PU for great shock absorption, concealed and protected by the rubber outsole and integral rand, which eliminates the complexity of adding a separate rand which can so often be the cause of quality issues down the line. The cleating pattern features unique "propeller" cleats for outstanding underfoot grip on all terrain. Scarpa use high quality full grain calf leather on these boots, approximately 2.5mm thick, ideal for fell or lighter weight hillwalking boots, which require less bedding in. Sole: Vibram KaldenLast: LBEUpper: 1.8 mm Calf LeatherLining: GORE-TEX®Mid Sole: Hi-FlexWeight: 1170g Ladies UK7/EU41Insole: Viscoflex Activ fit
  4. ozalid

    Cheap 12g Pumper wanted [FOUND]

    Now sorted thanks all.
  5. ozalid

    Cheap 12g Pumper wanted [FOUND]

    Thanks Mate, I'm not keen on Hatsans but thanks for the offer.
  6. ozalid

    Cheap 12g Pumper wanted [FOUND]

    Now sorted, thanks all.
  7. ozalid

    Swarovski habitch 8x50

    Poor old scope, balls cut off in the prime of life...
  8. ozalid

    Nissan X-Trail Aventura 2006

    NOW SOLD Now with pictures! Any questions PLEASE PM ME I will reply ASAP. The car had its last MOT on 10th February with no advisories. All work has been done by my local Nissan main agent, although recently due to the high labour costs, I have had my servicing done at a garage that is authorised for warranty work etc and who I know personally, so trust them completely to give me a quality service. The body work and interior is really good with hardly a mark on it, but as its been mainly local road driving, not surprising. Any marks in the pictures are reflections. The work I have had done that should be mentioned is a new timing chain I think about 12 months ago, and after the alternator belt came off, I had a new alternator fitted, although the garage said they would leave it and see how it got on, however, my Wife drives this car, so it has to be perfect. I noticed a rattle at the rear end recently and found that the mid section of exhaust had rusted through at a flange joint and rather than having it welded up, had a new section fitted. Nissan once damaged a front wheel bearing when fitting new disks, so that was replaced. I have all the bills etc. It drives beautifully, smoothly and the gearbox and 4WD is the same, I would have no hesitation in letting my Wife take this car any distance and thats as good as I can say. The only thing I can mention is that the thin lower trim on the bottom of the drivers door needs a couple of clips to hold it on, I have made do with some black duck tape, its hardly noticeable but mention it for accuracy. Road TAX is not left on vehicles any more. We have always had fitted seat covers on the front seats so the leather is in very good condition. Its a genuine honest vehicle, its been a damn good car for my wife and I have driven it on many occasions, we 'granny' it, so I doubt it has been over 70 on more than a handful of occasions in the last five years, much to the annoyance of lorry drivers. We bought it 03/06/2013 and paid £8,526.50.
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    Nissan X-Trail Aventura 2006

    Owned by us for the last 5 years, very well cared for with no expense spared on maintenance which has been provided by Nissan main dealer. 120k miles and in very good condition. Silver metallic, Full Leather, Sat Nav etc. £1950.00 any genuine enquiries please PM me for further details. (Near Wakefield)
  10. ozalid

    (SOLD) Quinetics Bullet Puller

    Sold to hodge911 Cheers.
  11. ozalid

    (SOLD) Powder Trickler

    Nice powder trickler, very heavy and stable. £15.00 including postage & Packing
  12. Good quality, made in USA bullet puller, with a clever design which means you just slide the cartridge into the puller and tighten to lock it in the collet, then tap away! £15.00 including postage & packing
  13. ozalid

    Volvo v70 diesel

    LOL, I hadn't noticed any of these things...
  14. ozalid

    springer spaniel clock

    Nice one, no probs bud, it was only for a gift, saved me a tenner!
  15. ozalid

    springer spaniel clock

    I'd go a tenner all-in if that would do? Ive got a mate with a ESS a bit like this, he would like it.
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