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    HMS Belfast

    I'll give it a watch if it is on catch up.
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    BREXIT - merged threads

    It was reported that the government spent £50,000 for the recent social media adverts.
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    VAT on imported goods

    It's all Here and Here
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    BREXIT - merged threads

    seems project fear isn't a new thing!
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    357 magnum loads

    Hi, I've not loaded any .357 mag, so not sure how helpful this will be. I have loaded many .38 special with bullseye, I load my .38spl just under the starting load stated in the Lee Modern reloading book which states 3.1 gr, I load to 2.9 gr but know people at the club also using bullseye reload to 2.6 gr for .38 spl. If you haven't had an actual .357 answer by Wednesday, I'll ask at my club what they reload .357 to with bulleye, our rifle secretary loads both .357 and .38 spl, he normally does quite light loads but we only shoot at 25 Metres. Should add that is also with a 158 gr lead bullet
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    BREXIT - merged threads

    But your suggestion of staying in and fighting them from within, would require a EUsceptic government, which the UK doesn't have.
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    UN Immigration Policy

    Yes it is definitely fishy!
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    UN Immigration Policy

    So it's another erosion of free speech as well. No doubt May cannot wait to sign us up, make anyone who speaks out about migration a criminal, just another nail in Democracy's coffin.
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    Beretta A391 3.5 Xtrema 12 gauge

    You might want to edit out your phone number(this is an open forum) and try contacting them through a PM. Edit - there is a number for them on gun watch.
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    Hello from Wales

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    moped scum, gloves off?

    If anybody is interested, there's a petition running to pass a law to protect Police using tactical contact. https://www.change.org/p/home-office-speed-up-the-police-tactical-contact-bill-emergency-response-drivers?recruiter=44822850&utm_source=share_petition&utm_medium=facebook&utm_campaign=psf_combo_share_initial.pacific_abi_select_all_contacts.select_all.pacific_email_copy_en_gb_4.v1.pacific_email_copy_en_us_3.control.pacific_post_sap_share_gmail_abi.control.pacific_email_copy_en_us_5.v1.lightning_2primary_share_options_more.fake_control&utm_term=share_petition&utm_content=fhtcon-13953016-en-gb%3Av2
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    BREXIT - merged threads

    I don’t get your point, my post stated that being a member of an archery club would be a valid reason, but not sure hunting would be. So I was entirely correct. I have absolutely no interest in archery so had no idea if it is legal to hunt with or not, hence the not sure bit. But I was mainly saying that I doubt that it would be a valid reason to own one, so was leaning to the not legal side!
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    BREXIT - merged threads

    It wasn't mentioned in a context that should worry you.
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    BREXIT - merged threads

    There is an archery club near me that has a crossbow section. So being a member of a club would be good reason. Not sure hunting would be though.
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    BREXIT - merged threads

    But that still doesn't explain why they decided to only let the EU be able to end the backstop. It's ludicrousy in its highest level, allowing the opposition to be the only ones to end the backstop.
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