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  1. I don’t think so as the top goes peg is quite close to the cross piece. But I guess if you were inclined you could alter it to house a pair
  2. Wooden gun case. Home made, although not by me. Looks to be hardwood and then veneered ( as some has chipped off). This came with an old Damascus s/s from my late uncle which I have handed in. Internals are green baze, looks like old snooker table cloth. All solid, but come probably do with a rub down and re varnish /stain and as stated the veneers are chipped on a couple of corners Dimension : 820 L, 335 W, 110 D £25 Will take 30” barrels
  3. I have recently brought a wildcat evo to use on my .243, as it moderator is modular it can be taken apart. looking at the mod and with the reviews on YouTube it suggests that if you have another rifle with a different thread or caliber you simply buy another bridge unit and insert to use in the existing unit. I have a .17 hmr which is 1/2” unf which I currently have a small moderator for but I’m keen to use the evo. The question I have is what’s is the implications of buying a bridge and .17 insert, does this require a variation ?. Also as I already have a .17 moderator would I have to dispose / sell the one I have before I purchase the bits for the evo. Thanks in advance
  4. If the above doesn’t happen then I’d be interested. Regards Matthew
  5. Have you got anyone with access to or can buy Panacur sheep wormer?. It's nearly the same active wormer ingredient as the medicated food. I use 1ml per bird in a day drinking water then re dose around 10 -12 days later to catch any worm eggs that have developed within that period. I personally think you can see the difference after you've dosed them, they just seem brighter. Medicated pellets are good though if you have a case of gaps, they ensure most /all birds get a dose of the wormer.
  6. Are these still Avaliable 

    1. woods&wurz

      woods&wurz

      Hello

      Are you referring to the cartridges ?. 

      If so then they are still available, I can forward you my friends number in the morning if you're still interested subject to you sending me your number.

      Regards

      Matthew.

    2. woods&wurz

      woods&wurz

      Hello

      Are you referring to the cartridges ?. 

      If so then they are still available, I can forward you my friends number in the morning if you're still interested subject to you sending me your number.

      Regards

      Matthew.

  7. RC2 Competition 6’s 32g total 75 RC Sipe 6’s 32g total 263 Game bore Clear pigeon 6’s 32g total 902 RC sipe cario mentó 4’s 32g total 22 Crown Squire 6’s 32g total 75 Country high performance 6.5’s 32g total 50 Hawk Best 6.5’s 32g Total 75 Overall Total 1462 cartridges These are for a friend who's switching to fibre wads. Please PM me if you're interested and I can pass on his details. Collection only in the Saxmundham area to SGC holders. Just to re-affirm this is a job lot and will not be split. £350 ovno. Cartridges.docx
  8. In a nut shell I would say yes. I took mine last September through the NGO with no stalking experience and found it very informative, species, cycles, patterns and what to look for in the gralloch. The course training material was clear and ran in parallel with the classroom stuff. In addition I signed up to a 1 month DSC 1 training package with the BDS, which was about £10. This helped me personally cement the knowledge and gave one an outlook on what to expect in the examinations. Although useful for me I wouldn't say this is essential for more experience individuals. I couldn't comment if it helped with my subsequent variation for a .243 but it came through.
  9. Gamebore wet & steel, 32 grm 4's or 5's have worked well for me.
  10. .243, when my variation goes through. It seems to be caught up in the COVID chaos.
  11. Might be worth giving Anglo Spanish Imports (A.S.I) a ring, they're based in Snape , Suffolk and are the importers for AYA's. I'm sure they'd point you in the right direction.
  12. Hello Is this still available?. If so would you take £55 posted? Regards Matthew.
  13. I'd agree with Old un, the level wants to be down roughly where the handles start. It looks fine, it'll start off like this and then change colour as it goes. If it's bubbling then it's working, if you source a hydrometer then when the SG is around 1000 then she'll be ready to bottle. It will clear out as it goes, I use pectolase to help it clear out more ( again true scrumpy brewers will dispute this). Once it's clearer you'll notice a healthy amount of sediment on the bottom. the next step is to sypon the fluid of this (called racking) and into a clean demijohn (or 5 litre plastic water bottle) you can then top it up back to the previous level with more pressed apple juice or cooled boiled water. Once its all done and you get to bottling i'd use the swing top (grolsh style) bottles, if it needs sweetning then pop about half a teaspoon of canderel sweetner into the bottle before you fill it. DO NOT use sugar as this will kick of fermentation again which could cause your bottles to blow due to the CO2 being produced, as already suggested above by Zapp
  14. Trial and error is the best way to learn. I don't know if you have one already but it is worth investing in a hydrometer, (cheap as chips on the bay). Cider really needs to have a specific Gravity (SG) of 1070 for it to keep longer after the fermentation is completed (SG1000). You simply add caster sugar into the pressed apple juice until it's disolved to increase the gravity, it's not rocket science. Some purists will faint at the thought of doing such a thing but I've found it allows you to make a cider to a known alcohol content when using a variety of apples which aren't that ripe / sweet.
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