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  1. I would suggest that a Pita loft safe would either put you off going out shooting or discourage you from replacing gun quickly, so the cupboard would be best.( not understairs one)
  2. I can comment on the non fac. Its a wonderful piece of British engineering. Thumbhole type beautifully balanced and lighter than German alternatives.
  3. Thanks for the pellpax tip might be useful in the future.
  4. I feel this is a sad reflection on how present police forces feel they have to police. they have “to be told” I would thought common sense would prevail, if you are protecting food stocks. In reality, most are townies and to them guns are only used by robbers! Courtesy would suggest you could notify them of loud bangs esp. at night as more people are at home than normal. However always beware of setting a precedent. Also more people are about in the field exercising than I’ve ever seen before. Safe crop protection and wash your hands! H
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    Game sausage

    Just got a Kenwood off eBay with a mincer, bought the sausage nozzles and some casings. Had a go this afternoon, blew the motor on the Kenwood😏, should be on speed 4, not 1 apparently🙄.( too much torque I guess) Anyway borrowed another, had a hell of a time putting mince mix through a second time to fill the casings. Any tips people, do I just buy a dedicated sausage machine, or one of those syringe stuffers? I wanted to make low salt, low fat, coarse meat sausages, ended up with puréed ones. The flavour mixes weren’t bad though, so it’s a start.
  6. I think some head shot ones go to zoos and safari parks as fur meat and bone ratio is correct for a healthy diet.
  7. Well done farm round here in the midlands, Warwickshire went for £18000 an acre grade 2 land! HS2 paying £8000 compensation for similar quality.
  8. Aren’t they heavy though with the toe cap?Also I bought a pair of Chameau and they are like slippers in comparison to other generic wellies. Wear them all day and in a different league. However after 10 years of relatively light use the rubber has perished so as noted in the above posts they have a shelf life.
  9. I would also agree but how long will it take to sort out? I’m not sure how many shoot pigeons etc but if everyone applies for individual licences, I can see a major backlog coming....
  10. Thanks for quick replies and the suggestions folks. I’m going to have to go and raid my brother in laws tool box for a pin, borrow his vice and take my angle grinder with me aren’t I? I was hoping for a “so and so sells em posted for a quid” type reply but sadly not to be. H
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