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About nicknsd1978

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  • Birthday 23/11/1978

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  1. Yes maybe I am thinking too much, probably why I miss so much...need to learn to switch brain off. Game shooting is still all new to me
  2. What do you mean by “measurement or performance”
  3. the lyalvale 25g in 6 or 7 shot sound to be the ones then...so next would be what choke for your average walked up birds. I currently have 1/4 top and and 1/2 bottom
  4. I will buy a box of each and try them. The gun is as light as a Deaves compared to my beretta so imagine it’ll kick like a mule although I was going to get a slab of 28g No 8’s for some rounds of Skeet just to get use to the swing of the gun
  5. Is that the lyalvale 25g in 7 shot?...guessing 25g is fine for game unless they wouldn’t do them
  6. The regal was going to be my first choice although was reading that they are a very “punchy” cartridge
  7. Bought myself a nice little 20 bore yildiz for my second season of rough shooting. No long range birds but what cartridge do I go for....28g No 6 or 25g No 6 plus also what choke combination baring in mind I cant imagine the choke sizing will be as accurate as my Beretta
  8. Correct it has a wooden butt pad, No snagging on your jacket when it’s mounted
  9. It’s a beautiful gun. No cast on it must be the photo I took. Just a shame it doesn’t fit me right. Think I may look for a 20 bore 0/u instead but will make sure I handle it properly before buying it this time
  10. If it was just a laser cut plate you were after in the shape of the profile you could soon insert the image into autocad and then draw around the bits you wanted. Save the image as a DXF file...off to the laser cutters and job done....simples. You could then add as much detail as you wanted (within reason) ensuring you had continuity in the plate you were cutting. You don’t want to cut big bits out that made it fall to bits (if that makes sense)
  11. Random question...converted tractor unit with a diesel generator fixed to the chassis. Previously classed as “Engineering plant” to negate having to have it MOT tested and was previously able to drive on a car licence. Since the law has changed recently, from what I know this is now classed as a HGV and needs an annual Mot along with now having to be driven with a class 2 licence. It does not carry goods just purely a diesel generator which powers a welding rectifier. Can it still be declared as “Engineering plant” or does this no longer exist?
  12. With being a member of BASC already I think for the cost it will be well worth while. I don’t have a lot of time for shooting so if I can shortcut things by attending then I think why not plus it’s a good excuse to get out for the day
  13. Didn’t know if this was worth attending for a newbie or whether it was a waste of time
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