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Old melv

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  • Birthday 08/08/1963

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  1. Saftey is a big factor if you get a shock its likely to only be 55 volts so alot better than 240 volts and as you already have a transformer I would go with the 110v option. I use all 110v in my shed most industrial type equipment is more readily available.
  2. No I don't think you can use lead shot but you can use lead rifle bullets.
  3. All Canada geese shot by myself out of traditional wildfowling season are done so at the request of the landowners where they are creating a problem for the landowners. If I refused to to this I’m sure they would soon get someone in who would and I would likely loose the permission I don’t see this as much different from the corvid control I also carry out at this time of year again at the landowners request. i have tried to eat Canada goose with little success and don’t loose any sleep over not putting them in the food chain likewise I don’t eat crows magpies or foxes. vermin control is just a part of normal countywide practice.
  4. Yes thank all well wrapped a pleasure doing businesses with you thanks
  5. Hope so I’ve just bought a 455 10 round magazine in .22lr for my 452 and not tried it yet but after checking I’m pretty sure there the same.
  6. I will be on them soon .223 does the job fox bait for mine
  7. Pm sent regarding cz magazine cheers
  8. The kit is not unsafe in any way. I just like to have my trigger tuned and adjusted then safety tested by a professional gun smiths Gives me piece of mind I have heard on forums of triggers adjusted to light and or incorrectly and the gun being able to fire upon being dropped or knocked. I have not however had personal experience of this.
  9. Take it to Brock and norris get the trigger sorted and set then you will know it's right. He's not to far from you. he shortened the barrel 're screw cut ,tuned the trigger and serviced the bolt on my cz 452 all while I waited. Have it done right the trigger will be a lot better than you just changing springs and you know it will be safe.
  10. Had my renewal for both firearms and shotgun certificates in mid January this year. i sent the renewal off in good time to the Staffordshire firearms licensing department and they straight away sent back temporary certificates to cover me until March. the new certificates were with me however just a few days before the old one expired so we’ll done staffs.
  11. Yes purchased in boxes of 50s by my son his howa loved them. Foxes hated them however.
  12. If you look on gun trader you will see some no 2s have hand detachable locks and some don't.
  13. I made my ammunition safe from an old hydraulic tank cut the top off welded a door on fitted a staple through the door. I use a padlock to lock it with a cover over to stop anybody being able to hammer the lock. Bolted to the top of the cabinet and back to the wall. Firearms officer has always been more than happy with it and it's big enough to store all my ammo. .22 .223 .308 bolts and other stuff.
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