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    I'm in a small DIY pheasant shoot, enjoy plinking with my AA S400 & ProSport and I'm a member of 2 wildfowling clubs on the Wash.

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    Smart meter?

    It's simple Lloyd, Smets1 smart meters only work for the supplier who fitted them. Smets2 have been out since the middle of last year, the biggest advantage over Smets1 is the changing of supplier and the meter staying smart, however not all suppliers are Smets2 ready therefore it may not work as a smart meter.
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    Old Powders

    Thanks again for the replies, I'll look to get new powders and go from there.
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    Christmas Break Success

    Well done to the both of you, Conor by the sounds of it is on his way to becoming a consistent shot, It helps that he has a good mentor to teach him what is and what isn't in range of his capabilities.
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    Old Powders

    Would you care to elaborate? Does it cause pressure spikes or something? These are all opened tins, if they're not safe to use they'll help get the bonfire going.
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    Old Powders

    Spot on pal my dad used it for reloading his 10 bore in the 80s in the lead days. Ah yes I've seen his name pop up on a lot of the older reloading threads, thanks for the remidner.
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    Old Powders

    Thanks Figgy I'd presumed it was an early vectan type. Yep, found a few details on here from a topic 2 years ago. Cheers Boyd, I've googled the chequered tin, all that came up was a 'b' type. Much obliged, I'll search for the name suggested. Thanks OF, looking forward to getting a few loads dine.
  7. Evening, my Dad gave me a few old Powders from his reloading days, I have found recipes for the GM3 from PW but wondered if anybody has heard of the other 2? Cheers
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    Thread of the year

    Most enjoyable? Big Al's Wildfowling videos
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    New to shotshell reloading. (12g)

    Just want to say that looks strangely beautiful in an OCD type way
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    Ted's First Hunting Trip

    You said the key word there, consistency as they say is most important, looks like you're on the right track, will be nice to follow his progress as I'll be looking to pick up tips later next year. I'll be hoping to get a Labrador but even I can make that training look difficult.
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    Lab not lifting freshly shot game

    Hopefully it won't take long for him to 'click', I remember my Labrador being really hesitant to pick up a pinkfoot, even had my dad's lab there showing him how it's done yet he still lacked the confidence, first goose he retrieved on a flight? A Canada
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    Ted's First Hunting Trip

    I must admit I'm impressed with what you've achieved with him so far considering he's not even 8 months yet.
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    Lab not lifting freshly shot game

    Have you tried a smaller bird? A partridge or teal might give the dog a bit more confidence.
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    Taxidermist in Lincolnshire

    Will have a look👍
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    Taxidermist in Lincolnshire

    Thanks for the replies, will look into those suggested.
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