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  • Birthday 26/07/1995

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  1. Where abouts in Cheshire mate? Dont suppose your buddy is John?
  2. 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
  3. Think I follow you on Instagram mate, il forget to put pics on here lol
  4. 2 pages before abuse started 😂😂 seems a bit over the top considering it's an open forum...
  5. 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
  6. Replace the pair, 1050 quid for a clean jimny is a steal. Lambda sensors are easy to change, might aswell do it yourself and bump the price up
  7. I bought a cz 452 American off here a couple of years ago, been a great rifle. Only gripe with the hmr is I can reload the 223 cheaper! Take a look at the 22wmr, as effective as the hmr with ballistics and range, cheaper to run. Wish I never sold my wmr, again, a 452 American
  8. Sounds familiar, that will be on record so the fact that she had a bleed, wasn't very well after with light gums should have been all they needed mate. You know when you heart/lung shoot a deer, they stand and wobble over, that's what mine did that's what gave it away for me. I hope you take this further and make sure you get a copy of the report before it goes missing or the computer wipes it... good luck and I hope your self and your family is ok
  9. You can request from the vets the report of the surgery, might be worth going through that to see what's been said. That's how we found out our girl had an internal bleed and it 'held up the rest of the surgery' that was a proper botch job what he did... I do know where your coming from in regards to sueing, I didn't because of one person's bad job however the rest of the vets sorted it ASAP as in she was having emergency surgery within an hour and a half or so (had to drive half hour to a specialist) and they paid out for everything including going in every day for blood tests and counts. It's definite negligence what they have done to you and unfortunately your girl. They shouldn't have operated in the first place, after that they should have checked your concern about gums and sorted it there and then. Personally, again, not my way but I'd be ******* them over for it and if the same situation arose with myself I wouldn't be playing nicely about it! And my Mrs says the same thing, they might think twice next time. Sorry again
  10. Late on this, sorry for your loss. I had something similar last September, spayed at 2, groggy after but the day after not good. She lost a couple of litres of blood before collapsing as the vet made a comment on the notes, internal bleeding but left her be. Sue them for all there worth
  11. I've done crows to 60 using steel and had clean kills. Anything up to that is the same
  12. Depending on what nankang they were you could be surprised. I used to use nankangs and they do a couple of patterns and compounds that would out perform any top end tyre, just got to know your tyres to the OP, landsails for me, best budget tyre going. Handle extremely well in all conditions, wear evenly and are cheap. In the colder months the mud and a snow tyres are great aswell. I've had the usual, toyo, Bridgestone, pirelli and the landsails seem to stand up the best
  13. Try a product called plusgas, it's a penetrating fluid that works amazing. That will get everything freed off and with the help of a brush should be relatively clean
  14. If me and my Mrs packed our jobs in and claimed dole we would have more between us along with the extra time... start spawning kids and we would be rolling in it! Not for me though
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