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  1. Top is 1/4 Bottom is 1/2 I generally shoot bottom barrel first, so would also have the chokes the other way around. The further a bird is away, the more choke you need to keep the pattern together on the way to it. That's my theory.
  2. Flippermaj is your man on here! I see Mark has replied above... He will have Inverness North covered. Great guy too!
  3. Don't over think it and shoot when you feel comfortable! I was always of the belief that figure of 8 was only applicable with trap guns, but I'm not sure how true this is. Personally, i have shot guns with no bead (snapped off) and guns with a middle bead (yesterday) and if you put the barrel in the right direction the bird or clay is coming down. Genuinely, i can say i have no inclination of where the bead is when Im shooting.
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    Its mental what $500k can buy you!
  5. Really not sure, but from memory they were about £600 - I got the ones for clay shooting and game shooting. If there packed in, i would happily buy another set.
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    Aye, someone didn't want him around much longer! It fascinates me how long this guy would have been getting tailed by drones not knowing he was just like schrodinger's cat.
  7. I have a set of Cens i bought about 6 years ago. I should really get new moulds as my ears are bound to have changed a little. I just don't see the need at the moment as they are comfortable. They are worth every penny i paid for them. Buy once and cry once. Its your ears and you cant buy a new set.
  8. Scotland, but only by 50ish miles! Shame you weren't planning it a little further north!
  9. I wouldn't bother! There is a reason they ceased trading ... they are rubbish.
  10. If i still had my M2 i would have snapped your hand off! Nothing worse than the thumb bite.
  11. The MK38 and DT11 are in a different league and different types of guns in my opinion. DT11 is a competition grade gun, this specific Miroku isn't as common on the competition circuit. Personally, i would save the money and go DT10.
  12. What length is it? Remember they are long compared to a O/U.
  13. Lovely Binos. I had some years ago and the glass is great. ATB selling them.
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