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  1. CB Aerials and CB's, also PMR's and walkies Thunderpole https://www.thunderpole.co.uk/ I was looking a the T3000 the other day when browsing.
  2. The legislation as it was passed permitted the following: - Restrictions on movement 6.—(1) During the emergency period, no person may leave the place where they are living without reasonable excuse. (2) For the purposes of paragraph (1), a reasonable excuse includes the need— (b)to take exercise either alone or with other members of their household; (f)to travel for the purposes of work or to provide voluntary or charitable services, where it is not reasonably possible for that person to work, or to provide those services, from the place where they are living; The above does not limit outing to one per day, nor does it stop work which is required, both of which vermin control may be considered in order to protect livestock or crops where required. Below is an example of what I would have a farmer sign on their letterhead preferably if I was intending to go out to undertake necessary vermin control and to produce to police where required. Dear Joe, Evidence of Critical/Key Worker Status Name: Joe Bloggs Role Title: Vermin Controller - Food and other Necessary Goods As part of the UK Government’s Coronavirus lockdown measures, you might be stopped and asked whether travel to and from your normal place of work or other work sites is essential or asked to provide evidence that you are a critical worker who is required to carry out essential duties albeit on an unpaid and volunteer basis. The purpose of this letter is to confirm that we consider that, given the nature of your role and the fact it can only be done on site where the damage is taking place your travel to work is essential in order to perform the work that you carry out for Big Farm, Down the Lane, Some shire, your role has been identified as a critical or key worker role in terms of Farmer Jones’s business continuity arrangements. Please ensure that you carry with you at all times: 1. A copy of this letter. 2. A copy of your Shotgun/Firearm Certificate Based on current Government guidance we understand that these documents will provide sufficient evidence that your travel to and from work has been deemed essential based on the nature of your role. Please also take this letter as confirmation that we consider you to be a ‘critical’ or ‘key’ worker role in terms of Farmer Jones’s business continuity arrangements. Please over the coming weeks, take into account the appropriate government guidelines on self-isolation and social distancing, and ensuring that you work and travel safely and responsibly at all times. If you or anyone to whom this is relevant have any questions on any of the information set out in this letter, please contact Farmer.Jones@Bigfarm.co.uk or 07*********. Yours faithfully, Farmer Jones
  3. The bargain may be being able to buy it, before they become unobtainable or really expensive.
  4. If you are using an overpowder card as the seal, what the wad does after exit from teh barrel (stays in one pieve or turns to confetti) does not matter to the shot pattern. I use the Evo II wads in 410 and they tend to stay on one piece.
  5. I use either the Eley 18g No7 or 21g No 7 home loads, both appear to be just shy of the subersonic threshold when put through the mossberg. Like others have said, No 5 and No6 just don't have the pattern to be reliably effective beyond 25 yards.
  6. Stonepark

    Air rifle wanted

    Try Sunderland airguns.
  7. Stonepark

    Light bulb ID.

    G9 Halogen What did it come out of?
  8. Yes, why pay £288 per thou for impax or more when you can get Blue Diamond for £243 per thou.
  9. Problem is, he made his money, travelled the globe, got his, Newforest house and then is pontificating on what everyone should not do. If you want to make it equal, everyone gets 1 return flight per year non-transferable for personal use and 1 non transferable return flight for business use, it won't be the working man who squeals first as he can still go to greece for summer holidays but the execs, directors, milliinaires and billionaireswho are jetting back and fowards on a weekly or monthly basis.
  10. I have had my wallet for 10 years or so. Got it when first came out.
  11. Yep - if your guns were produced after laws changed in USA to use steel, they should be fine with anything up to bb(4mm) at hp pressure as guns were made for World Market
  12. I When puchasing cartridges, i buy eley 3 inch fibre no7 and run these through the hushpower.
  13. BB or 1 for geese, 3 or 4 for duck if using steel. If you are decoying in to less than 40yards, can use 3 for geese but that is max range.
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