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Spower

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  • Birthday 23/07/1989

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    Sheffield
  • Interests
    Clay shooting
    Pigeon shooting
    Reloading 12 gauge and .410
    Mountain biking all over the country
    Old war planes, particularly V Bombers
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  1. Napier gun cleaning spray has always brought my Maxus piston up nice and clean after a few 100 have been put through it 👍
  2. Hi everyone, I'm after as many once fired 70mm 28 gauge cases I can lay my hands on if possible. If around South Yorkshire area that would be perfect but would be happy to pay postage costs for larger quantities further away. Many thanks, Spower
  3. Hi Alan, Apologise I had not updated my details on gunwatch. I have PM'd you. Gun is provisionally sold but if it doesn't go through then I will certainly give you first refusal. Thanks, Chris
  4. Hi Alan, Sorry I had not seen your message on gunwatch. I have replied to it now. Thanks, Chris
  5. Hello Christopher,  in case you haven't spotted it I've already messaged you via gunwatch with a query about rfd.
    Thanks,  Alan.

    1. Spower

      Case Skiver

      Just wondered if anyone has got a Case Skiver to fit a pillar drill they are no longer using or know of a tool which would do a similar job? Cheers, Spower
    2. Glad to hear you're happy with it Old Boggy. Here's to plenty of back ache free hours in the hide 👍
    3. As title says, I'm after a teague 3/8 light modified choke in invector plus if anyone has one they want to part with. Flush or extended. Thanks, Spower
    4. No problem. I stick the base and legs in my rucksack and then put the back rest through one of the straps on the outside. Takes up a bit of room but I've strapped a few things to the outside of my bag now to make the room. The extra comfort in the hide is well worth it. 👍
    5. Recently sold my swivel bucket seat for that same reason, after a couple of hours my back would be aching like mad. Decided to buy the commander seat at the shooting show this Feb. Used it a few times now and for comfort and supporting my back its a thousand times better than the bucket seat. Also being that touch taller it's easier to stand to take a shot. Not sure the exact weight but I wouldn't describe it as light, not very heavy but the legs do carry some weight. I pack it down into a 120 litre rucksack with all my other kit. Setting it up isn't too much hassle, just a wingnut to attach the legs to the base and then attach the back rest and it's good to go. Overall I'm really happy that I went for it and it's certainly comfy enough for 5+ hours in the hide. 👍
    6. I feel saddened that I wasted 7 minutes of my life watching it. What utter, utter tosh!
    7. Yeah it does look like it could be a fun little gun. Found a couple of videos on YouTube reviewing it in America, they call it the Tristar Viper G2 over there. Seems to be well reviewed and appears to cycle 2 1/2 and 3" shells no problem.
    8. Apologies for not replying on this. I forget to set it to notify me when someone replies. Net is sold. Bucket seat and Decoys provisionally sold . Thanks.
    9. I took the plunge and got fitted for some Emtec passive plugs at the shooting show yesterday after hearing good reports about them. Should be here in a couple of weeks. The price tag and potential for having to have battery changes/servicing was what put me off going electronic. I think cens recommends sending the electronic ones off annually to be serviced, at what cost I don't know?
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