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Hendrix's rifle

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  • Birthday 26/07/1995

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    Shooting, enduro and supermoto

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  1. A bit late to the party but here goes, 2003 Jimny on mud terrains, goes anywhere and everywhere (can be a curse though, other vehicles cant get to you) gets 2 red hinds, rifle and dog in it. Does 70-75 tops, not great for motorway work lol. I used it as my daily and I was getting around 40mpg. Great little trucks. Put a front locker in them and they are literally, unstoppable. They will climb anything you point them to. I am honestly yet to get stuck! Much much better than my navara with mud tyres on it. It's not even a contest
  2. Up for reluctant sale is my jimny, only being let go as it's now too small for my needs (dogs, deer, future kids) I would have kept it if I didn't have as many dogs as I do lol. Good points, 90400 miles Strong little engine, 1300 twin cam petrol All oils/filters have been done within the last 6k miles, all axle oils, gearbox and so on. Tyres are in good nick, probably 16mm of tread all around (kobra malatesta trac 2's, new mid last year) It was lifted however the lift blocks have gone, springs and dampers still there to try and make it ride a bit nicer, it drives much better with a deer in the
  3. Stay away from the navs, they ain't great and have many engine problems! I used to repair a lot of them lol (2007 or so onwards to around 2016)
  4. What is the range finder? Thanks
  5. Not sure where I got them from but i have some ammo for a garden gun that you might want to look in to, using no3's...
  6. Got some gen 3 trigger sticks, the tripod ones?
  7. Bit late on this but just a heads up, if you get in to green laning (bit different to p2p) then technically it's still a road, it's a BOAT. so you will still be insured irrespective if they dont say you are as it's a legal byway. Figured it might be of some help lol
  8. I use a t67, eye shine well over 400 yards and a clear picture at over 350. 3 mode, adjustable lens (flood to spot) and cost maybe 35 quid. Uses 2 18650 batteries
  9. Get a hydraulic bottle Jack, a heavy car and the wheel, put the wheel under the car and the jack on the bead (as close as you can) jack the car up then bounce on the tow bar. If it doesnt come off that way, it wont come off lol
  10. Where abouts in Cheshire mate? Dont suppose your buddy is John?
  11. 22wmr for me, had both and still got the hmr, what a bad choice that was. Used it succesfully for a few years but had ammo problems. The 22wmr using 25g ntx ammo from hornady is similar to the hmr ballistics wise, cheaper and without the inconsistencies. As for the hmr being **** in wind, if your pushing distances past 100 then it will be, up to that point and shoot unless it's real windy
  12. Think I follow you on Instagram mate, il forget to put pics on here lol
  13. 2 pages before abuse started ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚ seems a bit over the top considering it's an open forum...
  14. She's coming on well, not out with her as much as I'd like as it's stalking season, have a dog for that! She will retrieve, she's well underway with hand signals, she will pick rooks and jackdaws, pheasants and rabbit. She will flush them from cover aswell. She's mad as a box of frogs but she's a lovely little dog. She got a ####ing last weekend though trying to go for a winged crow, it wasn't happy and she wanted it. The ears turned off until i grabbed her collar, moved her and put another shot at it to finish it. She also doesn't like sitting still for too long lol
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