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  1. At the end of the day what it was is irrelevant now, you weren't sure at the time so no option other than what you did. No point being brave and shooting it then finding yourself answering some difficult questions at the police station.
  2. Yes, been around quite a few years now. The 4 stroke strimmers are supposed to be good. https://global.honda/innovation/technology/power/4-stroke-engine-GX-picturebook.html
  3. It is do-able, our Knackerman at work has a single shot Webley .32, as isused to mounted regiments apparently. He got it without any trouble, but as pointed out it his part of his job and some owners prefer horses being shot over injected.
  4. How dare you speak about Doug like that! He will Keel you!
  5. There is Fliteline autos, off five ways roundabout on the Brandon Road and American Auto Village at Eriswell, for all your American automobile needs!
  6. Synthetic stocks can be a weak point, if you shoot off a bipod they can flex and affect the harmonics of the barrel. I'd be surprised if it's a barrel cleaning issue, my hmr gets cleaned very rarely and always shoots worse after a clean, even my 223 doesn't get cleaned that often!
  7. Get a bank note and see if you can slide it between the barrel and stock, are you shooting from a bipod?
  8. I use one at work I got from the local farm machinery shop. Spot on, use it for chasing burglars, hare coursers and quick lamping trips when I cant be bothered to put the big one on the battery.
  9. We use Stihl, handy to throw in the back of the truck to jump out and strim the odd post or sign. Get an afternoon of tidying up bits and bobs.
  10. We use a separate battery powered strimmer and pole saw at work and they are amazingly good. Strimmer life depends on what you size greenery you are attacking but its decent.
  11. Brand new 20 chick electric hen/brooder, somehow managed to order two from Amazon! Happy to post at buyers cost. £38
  12. What's to say he isn't out tonight clearing the cubs up? I'll be well chuffed when I manage to get the milky vixen I'm after.
  13. I would be careful using it for anything other than light gardening. I had a qualcast strimmer years ago that had the same system for slotting in the attachments. Once it had been smashed into brambles etc for a while the collar got bent out of shape and wouldn't bite properly onto the shaft.
  14. I've just ordered one of the little plastic electric hens, heat lamp was ok but if you looked at it wrong the bulb would go 🙈
  15. kennett

    Mares tail

    Definitely Yarrow. Mares tail is a straight stemmed plant with tubular type "leaves" all around the stem. https://www.rhs.org.uk/advice/profile?pid=690
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