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    Always been an outdoors person, grew up in the sticks of Northamptonshire but aged 18 moved to Birmingham and went city soft for 14 years but now back out in the Worcester countryside. Always had air rifles and shot on mates farms etc as well as lots of fishing but married life and working for myself meant saying bye to fishing but hello to more short session shooting. Have SGC and Browning 525, also member of shooting club and FAC. Recently joined a DIY syndicate so looking forward to first game season. Am yet to ask fellow members to take me shooting but only a matter of time...

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  1. Classic gun control network stats in that piece - claiming nearly 3000 lost including 730 shotguns, 86 rifles and 14 revolvers - a total of 830, so what were the other 2170 then? Also the piece is 8 years old so we're probably up to a million losses now!
  2. Also don’t forget they won’t feed on dead items either, they need a stimulus to close the trap (two touches on the inner hairs) and then once it’s closed it needs a further stimulus of movement inside to provoke the digestive response - otherwise it opens up again assuming it’s just debris fallen in water mine with water but rainwater and it is loving life
  3. Tried CBD oil for anxiety and insomnia, did nothing for me and stopped it
  4. What is cupped? The only cupping I’m familiar with was the one the doctors gives you before a little cough
  5. It won’t play on my iPad - what was said? Is it game over for 2 gun comps?
  6. How strange, I’ve easily done 500 through mine - must just be slightly looser machining on mine perhaps. There’s a few others on here with the same rifle so interesting to see what the consensus is
  7. I regularly use PPU on the range with mine and have never had problems ejecting cases? Was it all the same box of ammo?
  8. Also page last updated 1st April!
  9. I’ve got a Yamaha (I think YDP125 - it’s downstairs so going from memory) 88 weighted keys, multiple sounds (piano, organ etc) and headphone sockets. Really good and I try to play an hour or so each day
  10. I’ve got one on my .223 and love it, it does seem to lock on tight after a session though so I’ve had to get the wrench on it a few times for cleaning
  11. And all practical effects, lots of wires and pulleys etc to puppeteer the various elements. The only bad thing in that film is the final wolf in the alley that looks like a charity shop fur coat on a saw horse
  12. I think it was Mission Impossible rather than Witcher but I wholeheartedly agree - it was like those mouth replacement talking baby adverts of a few years back You must be the Mayor of Crazytown? The plot is definitely derivative - Dances with wolves in space but the CGI is absolute top class photo real, the water effects alone are still world class. The rendering is incredible, look at the sequence with the weird space jellyfish dandelion things, each one casts its own light source with corresponding shading. On top of that still the very best that 3D ever offered and probably the onl
  13. Here’s some movie trivia you definitely don’t need to know, Megashark vs Giant Octopus stars Debbie Gibson the former 80’s pop star, and they went for broke with the sequel of Mega Shark vs Crocosaurus by casting Tiffany of “I think we’re alone now” fame! You can smell the low budget in both films by the fact so many scenes are shot in the same location and despite being days/weeks apart in the story there are the same people hanging around in the background! Things you notice when production is your job. An absolute classic, I could watch that again and again as a teenager!
  14. Roughly the same as the sequel but with 33% less shark heads
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