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  1. Just read the Telegraph way to make them, seems straightforward. Does anyone know whether the same nemotodes are the same ones that work on chafer grubs and leatherjackets? Thanks
  2. A few of my friends have a mixture of SX3 and SX4 some 3 shot and others FAC. They have all been very reliable and having shot them all many times, I am a fan of them.
  3. Hope he gets the guns back. and he might have an interesting conversation with the fire arms officer!
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    Tyres

    Have a look here https://www.autoexpress.co.uk/accessories-tyres/92863/all-season-tyre-test-20182019-top-all-weather-tyres-tested Personally I chose Michelin C C as I dont see much snow and the tyres have been great all year round
  5. Mossberg 410 pump lovely little light gun and also fun on the clay gound as well https://www.guntrader.uk/guns/shotguns-silenced/mossberg/pump-action/410-gauge
  6. nearly 10 years ago my watch broke so I went in to a shop and asked to see a mechanical automatic chronometer with a black face and it must be very hard wearing and virtually indestructible. The man walked over to the display cabinet and brought out a Tag Heuer AuqaRacer with a stainless steel bracelet. I wear it all day every day whatever I am doing and that includes mechanics, decorating, gardening etc etc. It still looks great keeps virtually perfect time and never failed me.
  7. I have had mobile phones since the late 80's and they have all had the time on them. I use my very mobile a lot every day but it is a tool and not a time piece, and I am not joined at the hip by my phone so often without it. My watch is an automatic and stays on me 24/7/365 and only swapped for another if I am doing really filthy or potentially damaging work.
  8. that has reminded me to fit my camera..
  9. Don't agree. Not had a single cycling issue on either of my inertia guns in all weathers and after many many 1000s of cartridges. Seen plenty on gas guns though, either other people's or ones I used to own. It's the main reason I changed to inertia gun. Much better reliability.
  10. I have an Affinity and a Benelli and shot the SX4 a lot. Through choice I prefer inertia guns, much less cleaning and ultra reliable. Gas guns are a bore to clean, which they will need reqularly. neither the Affinity or the Benelli have let me down. I shoot the black plastic Affinity in wet weather for the last 3 years and the pretty walnut Benelli in dry weather. may be sad but that's me and I love shooting them both. Also - i think the SX4 is less easy to adjust drop at comb, might be wrong there, I prefer a low comb and both my guns are set at 60 mm so I see a flat rib when shooting. Can't fault the Affinity in any way. A few friends have a mixture of SX3 and SX4 and all swear by them as well. Try them all out and buy the one the fits you best and you feel most comfortable with. Cheers and good luck
  11. Could be piston damage as well
  12. Have alook here and compare with your existing chokes to check what you have http://estore.beretta.com/en-eu/documents/beretta-choke-tubes-guide/
  13. Need to know what it is, the rattly might only be tappets needing adjustment?? Having had 'old' cars I have always favoured Millers but need more info before before a proper suggestion Ford Capri? Triumph Land Rover Jensen Interceptor
  14. The lastest Navarra is very good and has better and softer rear suspention. Son has a 67plate Teckna auto with 50k now on the clock. I would recomend a test drive
  15. I actually agree with you and it is also probably a head thing, a nano second is a long time and I do do as you suggest, mine is an auto and I let it creep an inch or so to make sure the engine is running. My 16 plate auto diesel takes longer to get moving after a stop than my 18 plate petrol auto. I choose to err on the side of caution and switch the system off thus removing any doubt.......or risk however slight
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