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  1. I soaked , heated tried brute force on mine still wouldn't budge so ended up putting a slit down the choke with a hacksaw blade and bent it out
  2. hi all ive been doing a bit of goose shooting lately so bought myself some remington 3 1/2 inch carts and as some of you might know they aint cheap (just over £1 a shot). when i was on the marsh sat morning i started to use these in my semi in total i had 4 shots and out of these 4 i had 2 misfires/duds so only ended up getting a pink and a crow. if the carts would of been ok i would of had the chance of a few more . could anybody tell me should i take just the dud carts back to the shop or the whole box thanks
  3. I will take them if you still have them thanks
  4. Same here been 3 times in the last week they're just not interested. Set all up get 20 -30 birds come in a few minutes couple of shots and they are all gone not to return. I will give the peas a go at the weekend see if they're any better
  5. Im using trust sporting at the moment 40 quid a slab cant fault them.
  6. Thanks guys I will contact my feo during the week to find out for sure thanks
  7. Yeah I thought it would be ok as its still going to be a lot safer than a gun clamp could ever be
  8. Hi all I have a brake down cabnet and would like a garden gun but they are to long do you think it would be acceptable to drill a hole in the top so the end of the barrel pokes out as it will still be secure. Sorry if this seems a daft question but I just cant afford a new cabnet at the moment thanks again
  9. debo

    AA decoys

    i also got a few bits off him yesterday 5 meter stealth net 2 boxes of fuds and a good set of hide poles £85 all in
  10. I went yesterday left yarmouth at 4:45 got there at 7:45 used toilet got coffee in the show by 8:15 there was a big queue at main entrance so bypassed that and went through the food hall straight in . got a few bargins off aa decoys stall and the pigeon shooter then had a wonder round nice and calm for the first couple of hours then mayhem so went and got robbed by the food stall (the crappest pork roll ever £5.50). we then went outside for a shoot 5 out of 9 of us shot i didnt i have never paid £30 for a 50 bird shot and i dont intend to any time soon and im glad i didnt when one of my mates
  11. hi i would like to try my hand at pigeon shooting this year. im going to the shooting show in febuary to get some gear what will i need to get me started and what sort of money will it cost. I think most of the crop that will be shot over will be peas if that helps thanks
  12. debo


    no snow here in great yarmouth but we only had 1 proper day of snow here anyway
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